Book Clutch

Book Clutch

When I was a child, my cousin and I used to pretend to be spies. We would hide notes to each other in books and spend too much money on spy equipment toys. Too many pens that doubled as hiding places and fake spyglasses could be found all over my...

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ACL Graft Process

ACL Graft Process

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Comeback Kid

Comeback Kid

Men’s soccer player gives team boost in return from injury During a team practice on Sept. 3, 2014, junior forward J.T. Hawkins was in a full sprint trying to get the ball around one of the defenders. Suddenly, his right leg buckled under him. After taking a tumble to the...

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Referees’ job needs to be respected

Recent attack on a referee puts importance of sports into perspective Confrontations between athletes, coaches and referees are hardly a rarity. Emotions in a game can run wild and those involved make decisions in the heat of the moment. Take, for example, a baseball manager walking out of the team...

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A Survivor’s Tale

A Survivor’s Tale

Holocaust victim recounts family’s time in Hungary before Nazi occupation Zsuzsanna Ozsvath sits before a weathered, black photo album. She runs her hands lightly over the stained cover. They are the deft hands of a classically trained concert pianist. She closes her eyes briefly before opening the book. The pages,...

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