Desi Linden: Breaking 33 Year Loss for Women

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Written By Tanner White, staff writer After 33 years an American woman, Desi Linden, has won the Boston Marathon. She is the first American woman to win the race since 1985. This grueling event has been an American tradition for years. Ever since the Boston Marathon Bombing several years ago, the race has received more Read More

Reinhardt pushes past Bryan

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Written by: Emilee Harvey, Staff writer Reinhardt University pushes past Bryan College to gain the number one seed in the Regular-Season title on Feb. 19 at Tennessee Wesleyan. Both teams played for the first place position in the AAC and for the automatic bid to the 27th Annual NAIA Division II Women’s Basketball National Championship. Read More

You can’t have your cake

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Written by Joshua Robe, Public Policy correspondent  With great power comes great responsibility, and with great cake comes… a Supreme Court case? Spiderman may not have said it exactly that way, but that’s how it turned out in the case of Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission. This case, between a gay couple and Read More

Lunch table pals versus friends

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Written by: Emily Hutson, features editor The friendships you make in the first month at college determine more than just where you sit at lunch. These friends can either make or break your college experience. Pick the right ones and make friends for life. Pick the wrong ones and make your way through problems alone. Read More