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Pintrest: Melted Crayon Art

September 17, 2013

Kindred spirits: Twin passions ignite for violin duet

Bill Thomas, A&E Editor

April 23, 2013

Filed under L&A&E, Online Exclusive

On the surface, mathematics and music seem to exist on opposite ends the spectrum. The former is rigid in its rationality while the latter is emotional, creative and expressive. For Rebecca Kuc, however, there’s more in common... Read more »

Alex Makos wants to make his mark on the tennis dynasty

Jake Cochran, Sports Co-Editor

April 23, 2013

Filed under Online Exclusive, Sports

When some people take on a leadership role, they do the minimal amount to get by, others rise to the occasion and try to make everyone around them better. Junior Business Major Alex Makos is the latter type. With the funding... Read more »

Superstition is the way for some athletes

Jake Cochran, Sports Co-Editor

April 23, 2013

Filed under Online Exclusive, Sports

Its almost synonymous with sports, the idea of superstitious. The way that socks are put on, the way that a jersey is tucked, the choice of heads of tails at a coin flip, almost anything than can be done, can be done wrong. But... Read more »

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