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Moana Movie Review

“If you wear a dress and have an animal sidekick, you’re a princess.” These words, coming from demigod Maui in Disney’s latest animated adventure Moana, captured what Disney must’ve been grappling with in the making of the movie. While still keeping what makes Disney movies work- catchy soundtracks, a leading young female with some kind of noble lineage, and state-of-the-art animation- Moana attempts to bre ...

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‘Guantanamo Diary’ Author Released

On October 17th, a man who has been imprisoned since I was a child was finally released from Guantanamo Bay.  A man labeled as not only a terrorist, but regarded as one of the most dangerous men on the planet by the United States Government.  Sadly, the government was wrong.  Fifteen years ago this man was torn away from his friends, family, and country.  He then spent close to a year being interrogated by ...

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Patriots Trade LB Collins to the Browns

During the offseason, the Patriots traded away Outside Linebacker Chandler Jones to the Arizona Cardinals. This was a significant move  because Jones was a  defensive star and many  fans felt this would result in the defense crumbling  and would allow the Cardinals would get better. However the Patriots are 7-1 and the Cardinals are 3-4. However, this isn’t about Jones.This is about Linebacker Jamie Collins ...

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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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