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Entry-level research positions a catch-22

By: Anant Naik The University of Minnesota is moving forward in leaps and bounds when it comes to research. In science programs and beyond, it seems like everyone is doing research and developing novel ways to solve problems around the world. However, finding research projects can be incredibly difficult. In my own experience, the convoluted [...]

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Colorado State receiver Rashard Higgins more than just “Hollywood”

Hollywood, the city of stars and bright futures. Colorado State sophomore wide receiver Rashard “Hollywood” Higgins has got the star power, and anyone who has watched the 6-foot-2, 188-pound sophomore run routes and catch touchdowns knows his future is bright. “I’m beyond impressed,” quarterback Garrett Grayson said of Higgins. “It’s a huge confidence boost — [...]

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Women’s soccer kicks off conference play with victory over Navy

Junior forward Jenna Fisher scored the only goal of the match in the 60th minute of play. PHOTO BY ANN SINGER/DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF The Boston University women’s soccer team, looking to move past a three-game winless streak, had an impressive showing against the United States Naval Academy Saturday afternoon at Nickerson Field, besting the [...]

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Great food options in Winston-Salem

Wake’s small campus causes students to turn to Winston-Salem to find a change in cuisine.  Luckily the city does not disappoint. With plenty of delicious and affordable restaurants, Winston has many options. Whether breakfast, lunch, or dinner there are several great places within five to ten minutes from campus.  Winston’s numerous restaurants offer a wide variety [...]

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Oliver Franke remembered for his eagerness to teach

Students mourn the loss of an inspirational and engaging teacher.

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Cougar tennis sets big school and personal records

Freshman Angela Lorenzo had a strong first outing with the Cougars as she earned her first collegiate victory on Friday.  |  Quinton Huebner/The Cougar The Cougars hosted the Solinco Houston Open this weekend, when the weather permitted, and brought the necessary strong start that makes UH stand out. A day that may have been dreary [...]

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Fraternities vote to abolish pledge term

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Cal football falls to Arizona, 49-45, after Wildcats connect on last-second Hail Mary

Irwin/File Locked into a 45-43 shootout with just 52 seconds left on the clock, Arizona had fought its way back into a game it had no business being in. With the football on the Wildcats’ 30-yard line, freshman quarterback Anu Solomon heaved a ball deep downfield for Cayleb Johnson — complete. Field-goal range. But a [...]

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Putting the game in Mariota’s hands, Oregon feeds off the do-everything quarterback

Whatever it was, Oregon simply could not find the rhythm it is so used to playing at. 10 penalties combined on both the offense and defense – that played a huge factor in drives either stalling or prolonging – paired with seven sacks given up by its depleted offensive line gave every indication that things were [...]

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New ordinance promotes gender-neutral bathrooms

By: Barry Lytton Some Minneapolis restaurants and bars can now choose to provide only gender-neutral, single-user bathrooms instead of the traditional gendered variety, City Council members unanimously decided Friday. The council also passed a resolution that encourages gender-neutral restrooms throughout the city. The measure serves to better accommodate the transgender community, council members say. read [...]

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