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NFL Thug Culture

Author: Adam Rossi

Is the NFL allowing for a culture that allows violence and general disregard for the law and consequences? 


Buccos Fever

Author: Sean Miller

Am I just a hater for assuming that the Pirates will resume their sub .500 streak this season? I know it is way to early to start making predictions on how a season will end when the season has barely even started. But one of the many things that I have learned over the years is the hype doesn’t always translate to success. My point can be easily proven by talking to Jamarcus Russell or Ryan Leaf about their pro careers. 


Great Volleyball Season Ends

Author: Richard Simmons

The first ever ECAC appearance for the Behrend Lions Mens Volleyball team ended with a loss against Wentworth on Saturday. The Lions fell in all three sets by a score of 25-21, 25-18, and 25-15. Behrend was not without great plays, with Josh Oertly, Nathan Steele and Joey Price all registering great games for the Lions who finish the season at 15-10 with a winning percentage of .600.


Track Earns Seventh at Kenyon

Author: Dwayne Carter

The Lady Lions track team took their talents to Gambier Ohio for the Kenyon College Spring Invitational on Saturday afternoon. Behrend was able to secure a top ten finish against the field as well as bring home another ECAC qualifying time by Katie Spade in the 800 meter run.


Behrend Tops Houghton

Author: Mike Seander

The Behrend Lions baseball team is behind the rest of the AMCC conference. The snow has kept the Lions from being able to play some games, but the games the Lions have played show that the Lions are a force to be reckoned with at 17-11 on the season. Sunday, the Lions were at the Behrend Diamond when the Houghton Highlanders came to play.


Lions end skid vs. La Roche

Author: Andy Dufresne

The Lady Lions softball team was on a losing skid. But not after La Roche came into the Lions den of Penn State Erie. The Lady Lions pulled off a 9-1 thumping of the Redhawks after they were able to take game one of the double header. This win stopped the bleeding of a 4 game losing streak and left the Lady Lions in good spirits as they stay afloat in the AMCC as they remain the third seed.


Apartment Life: Affordable, healthy foods

Author: Amanda Cermak

As Hudson Lofts is being built, more and more apartment spaces are becoming available to students on and off campus. After freshman year, many sophomores, juniors and seniors decide to live in apartments despite the higher cost. Apartment life can bring many additional costs, from general rent, to electric and utilities. Last but not least, another large cost for these students would be the price of food. However, what if I told you there is a way to grocery shop efficiently and effectively by purchasing specific health foods that have great longevity?


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