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  • Trinity Defeats Bates In NCAA Tournament

    Jaquann Starks scored 20 points and Shay Ajayi had 16 points and 14 rebounds, leading Trinity to a 79-62 victory against Bates on Friday in Wellesley, Mass., and a spot in the NCAA Division III men's basketball quarterfinals. Trinity, which closed the...
  • Dartmouth Denies Yale

    Gabas Maldunas banked in a layup in the final second, and Dartmouth rallied past Yale 59-58 in men's basketball, spoiling the Bulldogs' hopes of clinching the Ivy League title outright in the regular season finale Saturday night in Hanover, N.H. Maldunas...
  • Best friends found their on-court chemistry for Muhlenberg women's basketball team

    Best friends found their on-court chemistry for Muhlenberg women's basketball team
    When spring break was inching closer late last month, the Muhlenberg women's basketball players began discussing possible road trips together. That was just in case they didn't win the Centennial Conference championship and earn a trip to the NCAA...
  • Muhlenberg women's basketball team happy with its NCAA Division III tournament destination

    Muhlenberg women's basketball team happy with its NCAA Division III tournament destination
    It was a spirited and boisterous response from the Muhlenberg women's basketball players around 2:40 p.m. Monday inside Room 128 of Memorial Hall. It wasn't about who the Mules were playing in their first NCAA Division III tournament game in three...
  • Eat, pray, love green

    Eat, pray, love green
    At the Green Planet Festival this Saturday in Fort Lauderdale, founder Kyle Michaud says visitors should expect vegetarian eats, flowing organic beer and a very specific clientele: wealthy women in their 30s and 40s. "When people registered for their...
  • Northampton DA takes second look at deaths of Lehigh Township couple's babies

    Northampton DA takes second look at deaths of Lehigh Township couple's babies
    When an ambulance brought Jessica Hoffman — 34 weeks pregnant and complaining of severe abdominal pain — to Lehigh Valley Hospital, her situation was dire. Rushed into an operating room for an emergency Caesarean section, she delivered a 4-...
  • Campus rape culture has no easy remedy

    Campus rape culture has no easy remedy
    If you're the parent of a college student (or preparing to be), you need to read Rolling Stone's jarring account of a fraternity house gang rape at the University of Virginia. So does your student — daughter or son. The story in December's issue...
  • Brian Miller Is House Magician At Dave & Buster's

    Brian Miller Is House Magician At Dave & Buster's
    Brian Miller has been working as a magician since he was 16 years old. Yet he says he doesn't really care much for watching magic shows. Miller, 26, said he prefers instead to be on stage, entertaining an audience. "I don't like watching magic shows,...
  • A new pollution worry for Lake Michigan: Tiny plastic fibers

     A new pollution worry for Lake Michigan: Tiny plastic fibers
    Tiny strands of plastic are turning up in alarming numbers throughout Lake Michigan, raising concerns about a previously unknown form of pollution that scientists fear poses risks to people and wildlife by spreading toxic chemicals and disease-causing...
  • Osceola-UCF high-tech project becomes finalist for $110M contract

    Osceola-UCF high-tech project becomes finalist for $110M contract
    The effort to build a high-tech manufacturing center in Osceola County has reached a milestone, becoming a finalist in a $110 million federal contract hunt. The Osceola project, led by University of Central Florida, becomes one of three or four teams to...
  • How unrequited love can make us more creative

    How unrequited love can make us more creative
    When Sam Smith accepted his fourth Grammy last Sunday, he acknowledged an unusual muse. "I want to thank the man who this record is about, who I fell in love with last year," Smith said of the inspiration for the hit song "Stay With Me." "Thank you so...