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  • The Tartan fantasy football league takes a creative turn

    Fantasy football has been quite the source of excitement in the Tartan office. Although some of us are still a little confused about what's actually going on, some of us (mainly me) have truly begun to shine. Everyone has gotten pretty invested in their team, from trash talking to intense planning. We are finally in week 10 of our Tartan fantasy league, and it was quite a shake-up. I was not the o...

    Sports | November 21, 2016
  • Republican Senate majority in jeopardy as Dems close in

    This election season has been one of the most polarizing and eventful seasons that America has seen in a while. With the presidential race taking a front seat, it is important to remember that Congress can either help or hinder the president. Of all the senate races happening in 2016, the most important are Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Missouri, Wisconsin, Indiana, and Pennsylvania.

    Elections | November 7, 2016
  • Senior Luke McDonald has brain and braun on the field

    For Tartan athletes, it’s just as important to be a good athlete on the field as it is off. This especially holds true for senior neuroscience major and offensive lineman, Luke McDonald. Born and raised in Lancaster County, he’s been passionate about football from a young age. “I started playing in the third grade. I had been playing football for as long as I can remember,” McDonald said in an int...

    Sports | October 17, 2016
  • Kanye’s Double Tap

    When someone says Kanye West, what comes to mind? Visionary? Icon? Coolest man alive? We’d argue that all of those are correct. There isn’t anyone else more fascinating on this whole planet; don’t fight us on this. Which is why on Sept. 18 at exactly 8:23 a.m., when he finally made an Instagram and uploaded a picture, we were elated, to say the least. Kanye is a complex man and this picture could ...

    Pillbox | September 26, 2016
  • International News in Brief

    Italy rallies together to mourn lives lost in earthquake
    ASCOLI PICENO — On Aug. 24 a magnitude 6.2 earthquake ripped through Italy leaving roughly 290 people dead and more than 2,000 homeless. A state funeral was held in in a local gym in Ascoli Piceno for those that were killed in the earthquake. Hundreds of people were in attendance at the Catholic ceremony. Makeshift camps have been set u...

    News | August 29, 2016

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