Archive for September, 2015

A Capella groups add a beat of new, talented recruits

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Jacob Hege Staff Writer   Every year the a cappella groups on campus recruit and audition fresh talent. This year, a total of 21 new singers will be gracing the stage. Here are your new a cappella singers in all their glory. THE NUANCES Ken Lee ‘19 Major: Undeclared VoiceRead More

Volleyball sweeps away opposition at Wildcat Classic

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Lo Donato Staff Writer Denim attire and platform shoes never looked so good. Fans hurried to Belk Arena with free fanny-packs in mind this past Friday at 7 pm, for the opening game of the Wildcat Classic Tournament. It was a blast from the past as fans embraced the 90’s themeRead More

Leading quietly, Woods has earned the full respect of his teammates

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Tait Jensen Senior Staff Writer Chris Woods ‘16 is a quiet, unassuming character around campus. But when the senior linebacker hits the gridiron, it’s a very different story. The FCS Preseason All-American has become known as one of the most ferocious tacklers in the Pioneer Football League. Woods followed upRead More

The advantage of being the underdog: Curry and Under Armour

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Stephen Pacheco Staff Writer “Stephen Curry is an underdog.” The phrase has been uttered a million times in hundreds of iterations by a countless number of people. Yet somehow, after six years in the NBA, two All Star selections, an MVP Award, and a championship ring—in addition to shattering everyRead More

Back for one last season, Pacifici aims to make a run

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Ethan Faust Co-Sports Editor Matt Pacifici ’16 doesn’t look like a kid anymore. A two-time captain and the starter in goal for seemingly forever, Pacifici is the elder statesmen for the men’s soccer program. Now back for year five, he is aiming to make the most of his final opportunity, hopingRead More