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Colonial Basketball Defeats the Hawks

By Satara King and Rogelio Landa

Colonials took the win against St. Georges Tech High School, their 10th home game  With this win, the boys improved to an overall record of 11 and 1. 182 more words

The Penn Post

For most Australians, today is Australia Day. A day where we celebrate the brave journey the British Colonials endured to reach this beautiful “promised” land. But for some, today is a mourning day. 331 more words

Things We Should Care About

Pinafore Diary, Part 1 - The Little Brown Book

Grams looked radiant as they wheeled her into the sun room. She literally beamed joy, which made me feel a little guilty that I didn’t come see her more often. 1,649 more words


Georgia ends 2015 on a high note

A week long hiatus from the hard courts didn’t seem to faze Coach Mark Fox’s Bulldogs (7-3) on Tuesday.  Granted, UGA’s opponent, Robert Morris (2-11), might have been the weakest opponent on Georgia’s schedule thus far, a schedule that ESPN deems the most difficult in the nation (at the moment). 435 more words

Tourist for a Day ~ Colonials

25 Dec 2015 – Out and about with siblings to introduce colonial buildings to nephew and niece.

Former Tanjong Pagar Railway Station
Our first stop.  This former railway station are only open to public on public holidays. 285 more words


#375. December 16th, 2015: Kate Bell

Very seldom do you come across someone as exceptional as Kate Bell. Kate embodies some of the most important characteristics that you would look for in a friend: she’s loyal, intelligent, motivating, true to herself, and hilarious behind belief. 243 more words

Atlantic 10 Men's Soccer Tournament: Recap

Story by Andy Tabor

Photo by Scott Calleja

The Atlantic 10 Soccer Tournament began on Thursday and with a guaranteed spot in the NCAA Tournament on the line today at noon, the story of the first two days of the tournament must be told. 1,336 more words