29 Mar 2017

Will Villanova repeat as National Champions? by John Schrup

March madness is one of the craziest times of the year for college basketball fans. Basketball enthusiasts from around the world dial in for three weeks of the most intense games in all of basketball. People take off work, watch from their offices and even schools play the games...
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29 Mar 2017

Updated “Muslim Ban” by Tamara Qutmiera

President Trump issued a replacement executive order in response to the protests and utter displeasure the people have shown regarding the original Muslim ban, which was executed on January 27, 2017. The original order barred all immigration for ninety days from seven...
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29 Mar 2017

Another Disappointing Dunk Contest for 2017 by Andrew English

 Once upon a time the slam dunk was so new, so unexpected, and so original, that no one even knew how to describe it. “Downward into the hoop, much like a cafeteria customer dunking a roll in coffee.” Was one way the New York Times described the shot as being pitched in 1936. In...
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25 Mar 2017

The Impact of Sporting Success on a College Campus By Ryan Malley

March Madness is here! For the next few weeks, college basketball will be at the center of the sporting world. While many expect the usual teams like Duke, Kentucky or Kansas to end up winning the whole thing, it is the small Cinderella teams that will steal hearts this spring....
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25 Mar 2017

The Grateful Garment Project by Noah Sanchez

Professor Richard Rossi’s Public Relations Cases and Campaigns class is currently working with the San Jose based non-profit organization The Grateful Garment Project. His class is planning and setting up a public relations campaign for the non-profit. “In this class, the...
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23 Mar 2017

Rising Issue of Hunger In College by Lupe Gutierrez

Hunger has become an issue within universities, for students are now starving themselves in order to pay for college expenses. They are reducing their personal expenses, in order to get through college. According to author Katy Murphy in a 2016 mercury news article she said th...
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20 Mar 2017

NDNU Commemorates Berta Caceres For Foundress Week by Renae Roque

Notre Dame de Namur University commemorated the death anniversary of Berta Caceres, a Honduran environmental activist at the Cunningham Chapel on February 9, 2017.   The commemoration featured: a candle light vigil, speech from student, Junior, Yahaira Barahona, music, an open...
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