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The deadly diagnosis

The deadly diagnosis

by Kendra Syphers The phone rang three times, ring ring ring, I remember each tone in perfect rhythm. If I had only known that those three rings meant something that would forever change in my life maybe I wouldn’t have answered, I wasn’t ready… It was a normal fall day, my grandfather and I took […]

Personal Column: Tea or Coffee

Personal Column: Tea or Coffee

Coffee or Tea? A friend of mine who drinks coffee every day multiple times a day believes coffee is needed all the time or he will not be able to get on with his day. He always drinks it with caffeine as well. When he doesn’t have time to make or get coffee if he’s […]

Mosquito-borne Chikungunya Virus can cause death

Mosquito-borne Chikungunya Virus can cause death

by Elora Philbrick edited by Alex Lorenzo A mosquito-borne virus has been linked to brain inflammation and death, according to livescience.com This virus has been documented in the United States dating back to a year ago, but previously was only found in people who traveled out of the country. Chikungunya virus is transmitted to people […]

How my injury helped my career

How my injury helped my career

by Nicole Krawczyk edited by Alex Lorenzo Upon throwing the flyer in the air, I knew something was wrong. The sudden pop and excruciating pain that followed were unbearable. The thud of the flyer hitting the mats, the hushed whispers from my fellow teammates, were drowned out by an agonizing scream that came from me. […]

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