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Lighthouse On Lake Michigan

This vintage photograph features an historic lighthouse located in Holland, Michigan, along the sandy shores of Lake Michigan, near the mouth of Lake Macatawa. Many print types (framed, canvas, acrylic, metal, posters) are available in… 22 more words


Lisbon softball falls short at Regionals

Kent, OH (WKBN) – The Lisbon softball team generated just one hit in a 1-0 loss to Plymouth Thursday in the Division IV Regional Semifinals. 73 more words


Heath hurls PJP II past MBA, into state

HENDERSOVILLE – Pope John Paul II High senior Dalton Heath hurled his team into the Division II-AA State Tournament with a 5-1 victory over visiting Montgomery Bell Academy on Saturday afternoon at Servpro Field. 597 more words


Day 13: New Hazelton, BC. 280 miles today. Only 161 miles to Hyder, Alaska! Bears sighted.

Day 13: New Hazelton, BC. 280 miles today. Only 161 miles to Hyder, Alaska! Bears sighted.

I’m sitting outside my motel room at the Robber’s Roost, drinking a beer called Pilsner, smoking a Dunhill cigar and staring across the street at some snowcapped mountains. 296 more words

Knights roll past MBA in opener

HENDERSONVILLE – Senior Garrett Taylor got the offense going.

Junior teammate Mason Hickman never let Montgomery Bell Academy’s bats get started.

That duo helped the Pope John Paul II High baseball team roll to Thursday afternoon’s 5-0 victory over the visiting Big Red in the first game of a three-game series at Servpro Field in the Division II-Class AA state quarterfinals. 487 more words


Cornell Football Announces Class of 2020

Cornell Football Announces Class of 2020
May. 11, 2016 Football

ITHACA, N.Y. – Cornell Head Football Coach David Archer ’05 and his staff are excited to announce the newest members of the Big Red Football family. 561 more words


Last Semester on The Hill

A compilation of things every graduating Hilltopper is currently experiencing. May the white squirrels be with you during this difficult time.  

1. Finishing every day at Hilligans… 127 more words