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Monthly Archives: November, 2017

‘Tell Me You Love Me’ shares Lovato’s emotional story

Demi Lovato’s new album “Tell Me You Love Me” is a stunning, beautiful and moving journey, where we get to understand Lovato’s path through love and acceptance.

Students should appreciate holiday season

As life goes on, it gets harder and harder to find excuses to relax and unwind. So whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza or something else entirely, take the time to appreciate the festivities, as well as the people around you that make it festive to begin with.

York College outduels Lions in upper weights

The College’s wrestling team fell 23-10 on Nov. 18 on the road against York College of Pennsylvania. The Lions came out strong, accumulating a 10-0 lead to start off the match, but York College proved to be too much for the Lions through the upper weights.

Violets and Blue Jays wash away swimmers

The men were swiftly defeated by New York University, 208-90 and by Johns Hopkins University, 186-76. The women also fought adversity after dropping 251-44 to New York University and 218-41 to Johns Hopkins.

Cooper achieves All-American honors at nationals

The men’s and women’s cross country teams ran one last time in this year’s NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships held at Principia College in Elsah, Illinois

Around The Dorm 11/29: College Football, NHL and International League Games

In this week’s edition of Around the Dorm, “Ref” Michael Battista asked our panel of three experts — Jennifer Lowenberg, Albert Gregorio and Tyler Law — three questions: 1. During the Oklahoma-Kansas game, who showed less class and sportsmanship? 2. What has been the biggest surprise so far in the NHL season? 3. Should American sports leagues play regular season games in other countries?

Men’s basketball starts season with 2-1 record

The men’s basketball team began its season on the road this weekend at the Chuck Resler Tournament, which was hosted by the University of Rochester. The Lions then won their first conference game on the road, defeating Rutgers University-Camden, 72-67 on Nov. 21.

New coaching era ushers in trio of wins

After starting the season with a loss in the first round of the York College Tip-Off Tournament, the women’s basketball team bounced back with a three-game winning-streak.

Moore denies alleged inappropriate sexual encounters

Roy Moore, a 70-year-old Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate seat in Alabama, allegedly initiated sexual encounters with a 14-year-old girl when he was in his 30s.

Lions fall in NCAA semifinals

For the second time this year, the field hockey team could not overcome a one-point deficit against Messiah College, which ended the Lions’ NCAA Tournament run in the semifinals.

U.S. naval plane crashes in Philippine Sea, three airmen lost

A U.S. military aircraft crashed in the Philippine Sea near Japan on Nov. 22. This is the fifth accident the Seventh Fleet of the U.S. Navy have experienced this year, according to NPR.

Iran-Iraq earthquake kills more than 500

An earthquake with a magnitude of 7.3 struck the border of Iran and Iraq at 9:48 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 12, killing more than 500 and injuring more than 7,000 people. The epicenter was located around the town Ezgeleh, Iran, according to The New York Times.

Student highlights racial stereotyping in media

Last year, there were two incidents where a child was attacked by a wild animal. Although the tragedies were similar, the media unrightfully placed the blame on the parents in only one incident due to false stereotyping.

Four-legged friends provide emotional support

Duck, a five-pound chihuahua, happily wags her tail as students line up in Alumni Grove to pet her. She sits patiently, smiling at her owner.
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