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Nike Kaepernick ad campaign rapidly increases stock, sales


Kevin Crompton – Editor-in-Chief Colin Kaepernick still does not have a job in the National Football League. He does however, have a new job with Nike. “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything.” The print advertisement featuring a grayscale close up of Kaepernick’s face with a quote inspiring athletes to make sacrifices for their beliefs in white text

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New police cruisers make grand entrance


Lexi Scicchitano – General Assignment Reporter Southern police department is introducing updated cruisers to campus, said Joseph Dooley, Chief of Southern police. “We are currently in the process of setting up the vehicles and transitioning the old out and bringing in the new,” said Dooley. According to Dooley, of the six marked vehicles in the fleet, five were due for

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Signs point students nowhere


Lexi Scicchitano – General Assignment Reporter With buildings coming and going over  the years on campus, Vice President of Facilities Operation Robert Sheeley said his staff has realized signs around campus are out of date. “We recognized last year we need new signs,” said Sheeley. Katelyn Fillion, a freshman, history major, said that since she is a commuter, it is hard

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Field hockey starts 0-3


Matt Gad – Sports Writer Senior Amanda Oberly came away with her first collegiate goal despite the Owls falling to Mansfield, 4-1, last Sunday and moving to 0-3 to begin the 2018 campaign.   “It was a penalty stroke, which is something that she works on,” head coach Kelley Frassinelli said, referring to Oberly’s goal. “She certainly deserves the credit for that. Whether it’s a win or

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