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Roma dreaming of the scudetto

Il Tempo (Tiziano Carmellini) It’s OK to dream, and it’s free. Roma followed up their positive start to the year with another crucial three points away in Udine, but most of all they made the most of Juventus’ slip up as the league leaders were defeated by Sousa’s side in Florence. 573 more words


EDITORIAL - Why is getting everyone together to talk about walk-in clinics such a tough concept to grasp?

GETTING ALL the parties together in a public venue to talk about walk-in clinics — an idea I pitched recently in a column — is selling like crap cakes. 362 more words


Son, Let Me Tell You About the Time Vegeta DID Defeat Goku

I like to imagine that when the Greek poet Homer told the epic stories of Greek mythology that those listening were taken with the same level of hype and passion as my peers and I during the early 2000’s when… 656 more words


Cheerleading in the Olympics: are we ready?

Senior Editor: Ashlyn Richardson

It seems more and more common to see headlines flash across your screen that you can only hope Ashton Kutcher and the Punk’d crew are behind. 587 more words


We can look forward to the next four years!

Staff Writer: Dakota Williams

President-elect Donald Trump will soon become the next president, but it wasn’t an easy journey. Throughout the election, trump had to face violence, massive amounts of slander, and worst of all, blatant racism. 392 more words


What’s the Deal with the Big New Year’s Kiss?

Cut Line: Dick Clark’s “New Year’s Rockin’ Eve” always ends with a handful of happy couples engaged in that most romantic of New Year’s Eve traditions. 311 more words


Bulls: Examining the Potential of a Trade for DeMarcus Cousins

Poetry often offers parallels with real life. In the case of the Chicago Bulls, Robert Frost offers a key insight. “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.” 670 more words

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