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Villanova Wildcats Win Again!

      Villanova had quite a run in the NCAA Tournament this year en route to their second national title in three years. Remember when Kris Jenkins hit the three pointer to win the title a couple years ago? Well this time around it was pure dominance by Villanova, […]

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The WaltONION

Weekly Happenings By Chiara Behm  Due to the last five weeks being cancelled for inclement weather and an Eagles’ parade, Eastern University will be condensing the majority of the missed events into the upcoming week — except (as always) for those pertaining to Esperanza. Another note: Eastern University will once […]

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Embrace the Madness

Tourney time is here, the most wonderful time of the year! A time where the unthinkable can happen. A time where heros emerge. A time where favorites are challenged. A time where the impossible can happen. Yes, indeed this is the most wonderful time of the year. Now you might […]

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Grading Local MLB Teams

Philadelphia Phillies Overall Health: C+ Farm System Rank: 6th Key Offseason Moves: Gabe Kapler named manager Oct 30, 2017. Claimed INF Engelb Vielma off waivers from the San Francisco Giants on Nov 21, 2017. Traded RHP Nick Burdi to Pittsburgh for future considerations on Dec 15, 2017. Synopsis: The Philadelphia […]

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Meet Coach Syracuse

This past June, Eastern University added the sport of Men’s Volleyball to the number of competitive sports that it will offer starting in the spring of 2019. “This will provide opportunities for competition and enhance the student-athlete experience,” Interim Athletic Director Heidi Birtwistle stated. “It also gives our department a […]

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Insider’s Guide To Philly: Jules Pizza

On my latest trip in the city of brotherly love, I  ventured into Independence Mall and Old City and wondered if there was a place within Old City that is cheap where I can get a bite to eat. With all of the high end bars and restaurants that engulf […]

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Fly Eagles Fly! The Eagles Take The Superbowl!

             Philadelphia, the trophy has come. Your Eagles are the 2018 Super Bowl Champions.   An amazing ride through thick and thin. From losing players throughout the season to injury like Carson Wentz, Jason Peters, and Darren Sproles; to all the naysayers trying to drag the […]

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Reflection On Lent

      Soon, we will be entering the most significant time in the year for Christians: the period of time between Ash Wednesday and Easter. This time allows us to give up something meaningful to ourselves in order to anticipate Christ’s death on Good Friday and Resurrection three days […]

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The Long Winding Road to Super Bowl LII: Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots face off in this year’s Super Bowl.

      The road to the NFL’s greatest game, the Super Bowl is not as simple as advertised. Eight teams from two conferences compete for the two coveted spots in the greatest football game of the year. The journey was troublesome for some teams, but exciting for others as […]

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A Preview OF NCAA Basketball Madness

Finally, the 2 0 1 7 – 1 8 college basketball season is here and the thrill and excitement of a fast-paced game is back to put a loud dent in the mundane season of winter. March may seem a mile away but it is never too early to figure […]