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Quitters’ Club

Paige Connor, Staff Writer

June 7, 2016


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Everybody quits something. It’s a part of growing up and going through life. You learn how to walk, figure out how to ride a bike, quit something you no longer care about, get your first job, go to college; it’s a normal thing to do. Quitting is fun. Quitting is exciting. Breaking from routine is always...

The Quitter’s club

Paige Connor, Staff writer

May 31, 2016


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Everybody quits something. It’s a part of growing up and going through life. You learn how to walk, figure out how to ride a bike, quit something you no longer care about, get your first job, go to college; it’s a normal thing to do. Quitting is fun. Quitting is exciting. Breaking from routine is always...

Shah on Sports: Winners and Losers of NFL Free Agency

Sahil Shah, Sports Editor

March 15, 2016


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Winner: Houston Texans People are blowing up over the fact that the Texans paid so much money for Brock Osweiler. But consider the crop of quarterbacks available this offseason: Robert Griffin III, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Colin Kaepernick and Johnny Manziel. The Texans started four different quarterbacks (Ho...

Shah on Sports: Chicago Bears Season Preview

Sahil Shah, Sports Editor

February 22, 2016


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Jay Cutler finally proved to his critics that, with a consistent offensive coordinator, he could be the quarterback that Bears fans always thought he could be. And then Adam Gase, the man that Cutler himself credits much of his success to, left to take a head coaching job elsewhere. Cutler had a car...

Shah on Sports: Chicago Bulls Season Preview

Shah on Sports: Chicago Bulls Season Preview

Sahil Shah, Sports Editor

February 22, 2016


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Frustration. If you were to condense the entire 2016 Chicago Bulls season into one word, it would most definitely be frustration. Frustration that Jimmy Butler and Derrick Rose look like toddlers fighting over who gets to play with the basketball first at lunchtime recess. Frustration that first-year hea...

Shah on Sports: Chicago Blackhawks Season Preview

Shah on Sports: Chicago Blackhawks Season Preview

Sahil Shah, Sports Editor

February 22, 2016


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After their third championship in six years, and major contributors such as Patrick Sharp and Johnny Oduya lost during free agency, fans were worried that the team was done with the Stanley Cup- at least for a little while. After concerning sexual assault allegations- a frenzy of wild accusations and...

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