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Days before Iowa Caucus, Trump boycotts Fox News debate, loses

February 8, 2016 4:04 pm

In the days leading up to the Republican Iowa caucus, candidate Donald Trump claimed he would most likely not participate due to allegedly unfair treatment by the Fox News network and moderator Megyn Kelly. Trump is still angry with the conservative media network for the questions that were asked during […]

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Schesser: We are responsible for our Internet presence

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Schesser: We are responsible for our Internet presence

Many Internet users are familiar with a classic image of a stick figure sitting at his desk, typing away at his computer. Off-frame, his wife calls him to come to bed, seeing how it’s so late, and he replies, “I can’t. Someone is wrong on the Internet.” While tongue-in-cheek, the […]

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Blatt’s firing sends shock through the NBA

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Blatt’s firing sends shock through the NBA

  Midway through a very successful season, the Cleveland Cavaliers shocked fans and players when they fired their head coach David Blatt. Blatt lead the Cavaliers to the best record in the Eastern Conference, a very impressive 30-11, before his termination. Blatt was poised to be the head coach for […]

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Men’s basketball looks toward CCC Conference

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The men’s basketball team is now 15-6 after three intense conference games. On January 30, the Lions lost 87-85 in overtime against Gordon College but bounced back on February 2 with a 79-69 win against Salve Regina. In the game against Gordon College, Senior Jaylen Owens (Johns Creek, Ga.) scored a season–high […]

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Trump’s candidacy and democratic revelations

January 31, 2016 11:32 pm

For months, billionaire real estate mogul Donald Trump has been making headlines and leading the polls as the frontrunner for the Republican party’s presidential nomination. While many frown upon Trump’s ideals and beliefs on the basis of his lack of “political correctness,” or plain-and-simple offensiveness, his campaign is in fact […]

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Basketball superstar Owens’ talent on the court intertwines with his off-court brilliance

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Jaylen Owens, number three on the ENC men’s basketball team, has followed his love and passion for the game since he was young; but there’s more to him than sports. As a senior Journalism and Writing major at ENC, Owens began his sports career somewhere very different than a college […]

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Super Bowl 50 preview: Panthers v. Broncos

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The Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers ended their regular season not only as the number one seed in their conferences, but also using home field advantage to propel themselves to the Super Bowl. The Panthers are led by their young quarterback Cam Newton, who is poised to win his first […]

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Personal responsibility for cultural awareness trumps all

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There is always something that an educational institution can do to change aspects of the community’s life. Here, some believe that clubs or other organizations on campus can do more to promote cultural awareness. However, I would like to ask those people: What more can we do? Many campus groups […]

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Patience, waiting, and the search for a new Chaplain

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After tears and long goodbyes for the departure of former chaplain Corey MacPherson last summer, there has remained a pervasive question in the air around ENC: Who is going to be our next chaplain? In many respects, the relationship between college and chaplain is a serious one. The dynamic between […]

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CAS implements new tutoring scheduling system

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The Center for Academic Success implemented WCOnline, an online tutoring appointment system, this semester after over a year of research. The idea for the new system arose when CAS staff members began to notice various “peaks” and “off-seasons” regarding the use of tutoring services throughout different semesters. Fluctuations meant that tutors […]

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