Ichiro Calls It After 19 Year Major League Career

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Ichiro Suzuki, known exclusively by only his first name ‘Ichiro’, has been a Hall-of-Fame-caliber player in Major League Baseball since 2001 and is retiring at the age of 45. The probable first-ballot hall of famer began his American career with the Seattle Mariners, until later playing in Miami and New York, before returning to Seattle Read More

OSL making changes to reach more students

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Written by Samantha Burgess, assistant editor The Office of Student Life is in the process of moving staff to new positions in the attempt to reach more students. Tim Shetter, starting next semester, is expanding his role as Assistant Dean of Student Life to include intramurals, the commuter program and campus events. Nick Pacurari will Read More

Marriage of Figaro has Successful Weekend at Bryan College

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Written by: Mathäus Schwarzen, staff writer The Bryan College Fine Arts theatre department wrapped up their opera performance of The Marriage of Figaro on February 23. The students took to the stage in Rudd Auditorium Friday night during the Scholarship Weekend event and one last time on Saturday night. Both performances were met with applause. The Read More

Patriots owner Robert Kraft issues apology, pleads not guilty before trial

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Written by: Mathäus Schwarzen, staff writer New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft issued a statement on March 22 apologizing for any hurt he may have caused by visiting an alleged trafficking location. He has plead not guilty to two counts of soliciting prostitution before his trial on March 28. “Throughout my life, I have always tried Read More