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Winsor Squash 2015

This has probably been one of the craziest winters ever in Boston, and it’s hard to believe that winter sports are already over and spring is just around the corner.  However, this winter also marks a historic season for Winsor squash because despite numerous cancelled practices and matches due to snow, Winsor squash still had […]

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Pros and cons of winter sports

Kayla Camacho and Nicole Cerulli Since we’re now a couple weeks into the winter sports season, we thought it would be appropriate to analyze the pluses and minuses of the various sports options available at Winsor.  You can tell us how accurate you think they are. Basketball Pros could become next Michael Jordan you’re probably […]

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A new way to fulfill the fitness requirement

Kayla Camacho, Staff Writer This year, Winsor has opened up a new way to fulfill the fitness requirement for those of us who are not inclined toward copious amounts of daily physical exertion: Step Club. What is it?  Basically, step club is the answer for every Winsor student who has tweeted about how having to […]

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Rock Climbing: Answering your questions

Adriana Jacobsen, Guest Writer While some people might have been rock climbing either indoors or outdoors at some time or another, maybe at a birthday party or adventure course, there are many misconceptions and fears about this fast-growing sport. So, in an attempt to encourage everyone to try out this amazing activity that I devote […]

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Bruno versus Beyoncé

By Maya Jay, Staff Writer In preparation for Superbowl XLVIII, the entertainment world buzzed with one, single question: “How will Bruno Mars live up to Beyonce’s 2013 halftime performance?” After Beyonce’s showstopping performance at the Pepsi™ Halftime Show last year, many wondered how anyone else could follow such an act. Thus, the world seemed a […]

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World series champions

By Ming Lewis, Staff Writer One batter separated the Red Sox from the title of 2013 World Series champions on Wednesday night. In the top of the 9th inning, with the Sox leading the Cardinals 6 -1, Sox fans and players alike were already celebrating. David Ortiz was seen gleefully—though prematurely—putting on a black helmet […]

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GET BEARD.

By Ming Lewis, Staff Writer The Boston Red Sox’s recent success as the American League Champions and as contenders for the 2013 World Series trophy are certainly reasons to celebrate. During the ALCS (American League Champion Series), Boston dominated the Detroit Tigers with a 5-2 lead in the series. Shane Victorino’s seventh-inning grand slam sealed […]

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Spirit week in photos

Check out these photos of costumes and red day from last week! Photos by Tori Lyons, Staff Writer

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May: shorts, ice cream and… biking?

By Adrienne Conza, Staff Writer A few of my favorite things about May (and spring in general) include the gorgeous sunshine, the beautiful flowers, being able to wear shorts and flip flops, and most importantly, eating ice cream without freezing. But for other people, May’s spring weather allows for something even more important than t-shirts […]

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Behind the blackout of Superbowl XLVII

By May Jay, RHR Staff On February 3rd, 110 million people turned on their televisions to watch Superbowl XLVII, played at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers. Viewers expected the usual aspects of a great NFL game: incredible passes, fumbles, and endzone dances after touchdowns. But […]

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