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Women’s Soccer Completes Upset, GNAC Semifinals Bound

Suffolk women’s soccer (seventh seed) played their best soccer of the season at the right time this past Sunday as they completed an incredible upset over the number two overall seed, Johnson and Wales University, in the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) tournament, winning their match 2-1. Wind and rain did not stop the Rams from coming out early in the game, as in just the seventh minute Alexandr ...

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Men’s Soccer Advances to GNAC Semifinals

  Suffolk men’s soccer (fourth seed) for the first time since 2010 and for just the third time in program history, is headed to the semifinals of the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) after beating fifth seeded Albertus Magnus 2-0 in the quarterfinals this past Saturday. Sophomore midfielder Jordan Casey was almost unstoppable on the pitch as he tallied two goals, one in each half of play.  Ca ...

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Inferno Movie Review

Inferno is about the over population in the world and how we are making the world more populated as the years go on. Ben Foster plays Bertrand Zobrist who is a scientist comes up with a mad idea of how to cut the world’s population by half. Along with him is Dr. Sienna Brooks, played by Felicity Jones, who agrees with his logic. It is up to Robert Langdon, played by Tom Hanks, to stop Zobrist and Brooks bef ...

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Patriots vs. Steelers; Week 7 Preview

Quarterback: It's no question here when it comes to who has the edge. You have potentially the greatest quarterback of all time going up against a back-up quarterback. Anyways, Tom Brady has astounding numbers over his two games back from suspension. Brady has posted 782 throwing yards just over the last two games, that is 269 more throwing yards than Landry Jones had in all of 2015 and he played seven game ...

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High Holidays Yield Stress for Students

Growing up in a predominately Jewish area, I never really felt out of place because, well, there were just so many Jews in my town. Everyone knew when all of the Jewish holidays were, about the traditions, and customary Jewish foods, even if they weren’t Jewish. Once I moved to Boston, however, things were very different. I know a total of three Jewish people in the city and unlike my high school experience ...

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