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City bus good option for the car-less

By Taylor Provost, Staff Writer

As a commuter student who lives further than a block away from campus, a car has been more essential to my average school day than a pencil. 707 more words

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Artist-in-residence Young passes at age 74

By Melissa Luby, news Editor

Noted organist, choral arranger, and Olivet artist-in-residence Ovid Young died on Sunday, Aug. 24 at the age of 74.

Dr. Young was an artist-in-residence at Olivet from 2007 until the time of his death. 386 more words

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Renovated Denny's open again

By Destiny Mitchell, Executive Editor

A campus-favorite study spot is back in business.

After a seven-month hiatus while recovering from a kitchen fire and $100,000 worth of damage that occurred in November 2013, Denny’s reopened its doors at the end of May to excited customers and staff. 343 more words

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Basha Kicks Off Gerald Todd Era With 31-23 Win Over Desert Vista

By: Ralph Amsden

Sophomore QB Ryan Kelley had been training for this moment all summer. His offensive line got into their stances, Kelley surveyed the field, took the snap, dropped back, and was immediately sacked by Cade Van Raaphorst. 652 more words

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CTR 2014 Season Preview: Seton Catholic Football

By: Fabian Ardaya

This is part of CTR’s six-part series of 2014 football previews.

What Happened Last Year?

Coming into 2013 as the defending Division IV state champions, the Sentinels looked destined for a repeat behind the strong arm of All-CTR quarterback Kyle Johnson, who powered the team to a 9-1 regular season record with his 2,401 passing yards, 36 touchdowns and just four interceptions. 603 more words

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CTR 2014 Season Preview: Basha Football

By: Ralph Amsden

This is part of our six-part series of 2014 football previews. This feature is on the Division Basha Bears, whose 2014 motto is “Be Basha. 697 more words

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