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Between the Sheets: Oldies But Goodies

October 9th, 2013
3 years ago

By Lauren Cannon I find myself wondering if other girls or guys are thinking the same thing as I am, like  is it normal to “get with” a man 10 years my senior?  Do guys like it when girls talk dirty to them? These are all questions that no one can seem to answer, yet many […]

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Editor’s Column: West Side Story: Remembering Old Passions

November 26th, 2012
4 years ago

By Kassondra Granata From the age of ten until my senior year of high school, musical theatre was my absolute passion. The moment I stepped on stage for my first production, I was hooked. The lights and the delighted faces in the crowd bewitched me. I took pleasure in performing, whether it was making them […]

Column: Don’t Hate Tim Thomas

January 23rd, 2012
5 years ago

By Brittany Burke It’s no surprise that the Boston Bruins travelled to the White House this past week to celebrate their Stanley Cup win President Obama, in fact it’s pretty fair to say it’s tradition. Winning a professional championship and visiting the President nearly go hand in hand. What did come as a surprise to […]

Don’t Forget Dennis Ritchie

December 4th, 2011
5 years ago

By Kenny Barto On Oct. 5, the entire world was shocked to hear about the death of Apple co- founder and former CEO Steve Jobs. A true visionary was lost that day, but in the wake of his death, the technology community suffered another loss just seven days later. On Oct. 12, Dennis Ritchie was […]

Column: An NHL Fan’s Perspective On The NBA Lockout

November 28th, 2011
5 years ago

By Brittany Burke No sport is perfect. Players, fans and coaches realized this fact this past summer when labor disputes for the NFL were still brewing and again most recently with the latest NBA lockout. The notion of imperfection and turmoil in the sports world was also present when the 2004-2005 NHL season was cancelled […]

Column: The Focus Should Be On Sandusky

November 14th, 2011
5 years ago

A lot of light has been shed on the Penn State molestation case since the news first broke last week. Joe Paterno was fired for not doing more, for not taking matters into his own hands and ensuring that the boys who were violated by then-assistant coach Jerry Sandusky were given justice and helped.

Column: November Gets Hairy For A Cause

November 7th, 2011
5 years ago

Now that October has come and gone, it is time for the women to step aside and to let the men take center stage. The month of November isn’t about posting statuses, it’s about putting down the razors and letting the facial hair grow.

Column: How You Handle A Loss

October 24th, 2011
5 years ago

Saturday afternoon I watched from the press box as the football team fell to the University of Albany 63-35, extending its losing streak to five games. That night I sat in the Newington Arena surrounded by Boston College parents looking on as the Eagles steadily buried the Blue Devils club hockey team, 10-3.

Column: A Taste Of The Big Time

October 17th, 2011
5 years ago

Up until this weekend, the biggest game I had ever covered was the Connecticut Whale’s outdoor hockey game at Rentschler Field, but the work that night was for The Recorder.

Column: Fan Support Makes A Difference

October 17th, 2011
5 years ago

With as much hockey as I sat and watched this weekend, I also couldn’t help but let my eyes wander to the other fans sitting in the bleachers. I have never seen as many fans at a CCSU hockey game as I did on Friday night, and it was not only amazing but loud.

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