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Sigma Nu gives new meaning to no shave November

Sigma Nu is giving a new meaning to the term “no shave November.” In hopes to raise awareness for the fraternity’s philanthropy, all members of Sigma Nu are not shaving their mustaches during the month of November. Sigma Nu supports the Movember Foundation through their annual event “Kickball for Cancer,” and has been doing so [...]

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Plantation Woods shootout leaves deputy, gunman dead

One Leon County Deputy was shot and killed during a shooting in the Plantation Woods neighborhood in Tallahassee this morning.

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The Big Game live blog: Cal football vs. Stanford

Michael Tao/File The Big Game is today! Starting at 1 p.m. at California Memorial Stadium, the Cal football team takes on Stanford. As always the Daily Cal is here to bring you a live blog of the game. Also check out the Gameday page, which is filled with interesting stories to check out. Read here [...]

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The Gaming Hub: “An interdisciplinary initiative for social change”

.fb-like span { overflow:visible !important; width:450px !important; margin-right:-200px; } Gaming in the classroom is coming this spring semester with the Old Dominion University’s newest interdisciplinary program, the Gaming Hub.  Students will learn how to construct, design, and market contracted games with the aim of discovering how games can improve … Read More The post The [...]

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Wake Forest leads country in test-optional policy

As the end of the year approaches, high school students across the country are busy applying to as many colleges as they can before deadlines come and go. For many students, this means taking one last shot at the SAT and hoping their scores improve before they finish up applications. Kurt Strazdins/MCT Wake Forest, though, [...]

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Isaiah Taylor injury update

NEW YORK CITY — Amid swirls of speculation about the status of his injury, sophomore point guard Isaiah Taylor spoke to a few members of the media Friday night reaffirming the uncertainty of the situation. “We went to the hospital yesterday to check it out, X-rays and all,” he said outside the locker room.  “I haven’t been [...]

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49ers offense struggles against Elon – The Charlotte 49ers women’s basketball team fell to 1-2 after their second-straight home loss

Charlotte women’s basketball took on their in-state foe Elon Friday night in Halton Arena. Before the game even started, you could tell this was going to be an aggressive affair by the intensity of warm ups by both teams. The 49ers came out at the beginning of the game with tremendous energy, being quick on [...]

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Shipley sets career-high in victory over Delaware

Nick Larson Follow @njlarson8 !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);;js.src=”//”;fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}}(document,”script”,”twitter-wjs”); Heading into Friday’s matchup against Delaware (0-2), a victory seemed a lofty goal for the Cal Poly men’s basketball team. The Blue Hens were a No. 13 seed in last year’s NCAA Tournament, and put up a decent fight against No. 4 seed Michigan State. The matchup is the [...]

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Classifieds – November 21, 2014

The Daily Trojan features Classified advertising in each day’s edition. Here you can read, search, and even print out each day’s edition of the Classifieds.

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Video: ASUO, SLAP and others confront Coltrane over GTFF contracts at Lillis

Interim University of Oregon President Scott Coltrane’s office hours were interrupted on Friday by a group of students sounding off on the proposed contract for graduate teaching fellows. Members of the ASUO, the Student Labor Action Project and the Multi-Cultural Center assembled in the lobby of Lillis Business Complex at approximately 11:20 a.m., chanting in support of the Graduate Teaching [...]

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