Category: News

January 12 Front Page of the Daily News Should Be Re-Published and Re-Published and Re-Published Because So Much Is at Stake

From Richard Prince’s Journal-sim: President Crudely Insults El Salvador, Haiti, Africa
The three television network evening news programs led Thursday with President Trump’s reported statement calling Haiti, El Salvador and African nations “shithole” countries and saying the United States should instead bring in more people from countries such as Norway.

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Steven Tarquinio was a 6-foot-5 middle blocker who served as a dual wield weapon for the team with his tomahawk spiking of the ball and his towering presence in denying opposing teams’ shots. He accumulated a career high 254 total kills and collected 96 blocks (solo and assisted combined) last season. Ben Crusinberry not only collected his second highest season total in kills with 296, but he also broke his career best with digs, amassing 163 digs last season. But one of their most important players, who was a key figure in molding the team’s fluidity in play with his passing, is former setter Nicolas Sanchez, a tremendous passer accumulating a season high of 1144 assists, but was also skilled defensively, tallying a season high 241 digs last year.

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Campus Kicking into Higher Gear for Start of Academic Year

By Olivier Dumont
The last traces of summer weather, writes the WORD’s Olivier Dumont, are diminishing, and with the school year kicking into third gear, six students interviewed for this story for their experiences and opinions about the early weeks of the semester said they were immersing themselves in their studies and campus life.

Student Chess Club an Emerging Campus Presence

Article written by Vladimir Zark
Club members meet in the roaming expanse of the third floor of Hunter West, the main lobby area by the escalators. Club President Vladimir Zarkmake usually arrives there by 12 p.m. every day during the week.