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BRIEF: Student Hit By Car, DUC Drops Inspection Points

Student Hit By Car An Emory University student was hit by a car at the intersection of Clifton and Gatewood roads May 2, according to a statement from the University. The collision took place as the student was crossing the [...]

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Florida women’s golf begins play at NCAA Regionals

The Gators find themselves in Baton Rouge today to participate in today’s NCAA Regional Championship hosted by LSU.

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Men’s lacrosse defeats Villanova to advance to BIG EAST Championship

Marquette defeated Villanova, 14-9, in the BIG EAST Tournament semifinals Thursday for the first postseason victory in program history. The win likely locked up an at-large bid for the Golden Eagles in the NCAA Tournament barring multiple top seeds losing their [...]

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GANS: Fish Down Under swims back home

This time last week, my plane was somewhere in the air between Sydney and Los Angeles. In the weeks approaching that flight, I really thought I’d be ready. One semester was enough time away. But despite missing my family, American [...]

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Students Protest Honorary Degree for Woman Involved with Hate Groups

On Thursday, students and community members gathered outside of the U’s commencement ceremony to protest the presentation of an honorary degree to Lynette Nielsen Gay. The U recognized Gay for her philanthropy in Africa and her work to establish an [...]

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Student receives Goldwater scholarship for disease-fighting research

After three years of developing his research, Adam Schieferecke, junior in microbiology, was rewarded for his work and dedication to a project that works toward a cure for cancer. Schieferecke received the Barry M. Goldwater scholarship, an award given to [...]

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Big dreams are nothing new for Mostafa Hassan

Four centimeters. For those measuring at home, that is roughly half the length of your pinky finger. That is all that separates Colorado State shot putter Mostafa Hassan from the 2016 Olympic games. It’s an excruciatingly short distance, but Hassan [...]

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Recent study provides college graduates with best U.S. cities to launch a career

University graduates are ready to take on the challenges of the world with college finally over and a degree under their belts. The first challenge lies with deciding where to start their careers. There are many factors that play into that [...]

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Country a capella group ‘Home Free’ to Perform at Pabst

Although the song playlist for Home Free’s performance at the Pabst Theater is a secret, Chris Rupp, founder, musical director, and baritone singer for the country a capella group made up of five men, said that he hopes a large [...]

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