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view from the voice: Trump has normalized the chaotic

February 28, 2019

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In a recent “60 Minutes” interview, former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe dropped the bombshell news that he had opened a counterintelligence investigation into whether President Trump has acted as an agent of Russia. Except it wasn’t a bombshell. The story is making its usual rounds t...

MLB free agency: Will anyone sign Harper and Machado? Phillies, Padres, White Sox remain as top contenders for the two all-stars

Joshua Evans, Sports Writer

February 28, 2019

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With catchers and pitchers reporting for spring training in the next two weeks, two of the league’s biggest stars are still on the open market. Bryce Harper and Manny Machado are both consistent all stars and it’s a shock that both are free agents this late into the MLB offseason. Bryce Ha...

Lycoming pipe ruptures: New machinery expedites repairs

Ed Murphy, Photo Editor

February 28, 2019

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A cracked water line between Soltz and Lycoming Halls has necessitated a new type of machinery on Bloomsburg’s campus.The area where the line has cracked is positioned next to several other utility lines including gas, electric and steam lines.Due to the tight quarters of the area, a hydro-excavation...

‘FORGOTTEN’ Asst. Dean of Students responds to commuter student struggles

Julia Bagnata, News Editor

February 28, 2019

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Zipping along 5th Street in her light green Ford, she struggled to see the road in front of her. Though the conditions were poor, she knew she had to make her way through town.Suddenly, an unsuspecting driver rammed into her vehicle while pulling out of a driveway; the snow was so dense, the other driver c...

Softball heads to West Virginia for season opener

Matt Rushforth, Sports Editor

February 28, 2019

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The Bloomsburg University women’s softball team kicks off the 2019 season against with four games against both Mercyhurst University and the University of Charleston in Charleston, West Virginia this weekend. The Huskies finished last season with a 20-22 overall record and fell to Seton Hill Universi...

Chow down, Huskies! Healthy Huskies on conscious eating

Natalie Wittman, Healthy Huskies

February 28, 2019

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The term “hangry” gets thrown around a lot in our daily conversations, but did you know that the food you eat can affect your mood? The food choices you make each day can be the deciding factor for how you will feel.     The opposite is true too. If you are feeling crappy, y...

Baseball season pushed back due to weather

Matt Rushforth, Sports Editor

February 28, 2019

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The Bloomsburg University baseball team was scheduled to begin the 2019 season on the road this weekend at Newport News Apprentice School in Virginia, but the trip was cancelled to to impending weather.The Huskies were set to open the season on Thursday, Feb. 21st against Newport News, and follow with a pa...

Don’t pass it along! Healthy Huskies on preventing sexually transmitted infections

Natalie Wittman, Healthy Husky Columnist

February 28, 2019

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As young adults, sexual health starts to become an important topic in our lives.We are known as one of the main targets of STI’s (sexually transmitted infections), so it is imperative to understand how to take care of your sexual health for yourself and the health of others you may come in contact wi...

The MLB is ripping off its own talent

Ed Murphy, Photo Editor

February 28, 2019

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With pitchers and catchers soon to report to their respective training facilities, another offseason is coming to a close. An offseason full of disappointment for many expecting multiple record breaking deals. The 2018-2019 offseason was marked on the calendars of nearly all MLB teams. The amount of young ...

Big bats fuel Huskies’ hot start to 2019 season

Randy Sforza, Sports Writer

February 28, 2019

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The Bloomsburg University men’s baseball team’s began their 2019 campaign with impressive offensive dominance over University of Science currently places them third in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) standings.The 3-1 Huskies smacked out 33-runs in their first  four games...

SUPER POWERS: Dr. Carolyn Reid Brown on disability etiquette

Sarah Boyce, Contributing Writer

February 28, 2019

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Assistant Professor Carolyn Reid Brown gave Bloomsburg an amazing lesson on how to approach those with disabilities on Monday, Feb. 18. Dr. Brown has sought to enhance special education throughout her career and advocates for building better relationships between students with and without disabilities.As a...

Women’s Basketball falls to Kutztown: Huskies drop 70-65 decision, ending winning streak

Matt Rushforth, Sports Editor

February 28, 2019

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The Bloomsburg University women’s basketball team dropped a 70-65 decision to Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) rival Kutztown University on Wednesday night. With the loss, the Huskies dropped to 15-6 (11-4 PSAC) overall. Kutztown improved to 13-9 (11-4 PSAC) with the victory.Sophomore gu...

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