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Game raises disability awareness

Megan Ganey

March 1, 2010

Air-ball after air-ball, blister after blister, St. Edward's University faculty, staff and students realized the challenges that come with playing basketball in a wheelchair. But swish after swish, fast break after fast break, t...

Curling and hockey brought to forefront

Nolan Green

March 1, 2010

As the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics come to a close and the flame is extinguished, it's time we look back at what the Olympics have brought us this year. It's easy to remember who won which medals and which countries were let dow...

Make-A-Wish Soccer Tournament fundraiser registration to begin

Kayla Meyer

February 22, 2010

To raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, an organization that grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions, a World Cup Soccer Tournament will take place at St. Edward's University on April 25. The...

U.S. Hockey upsets Canada on home ice

Bryce Bencivengo

February 22, 2010

What was anticipated by most Canadians to be the best game and the biggest rivalry in the 2010 Winter Olympic Men's Hockey Tournament was all that and more. With one exception, Canada didn't win. They lost to the United States ...

Greenbelt offers exercise

Duval Hilbert

February 15, 2010

As we head into the warmer months of this semester, and ultimately summer, St. Edward's University students should start discovering the wonderful nature that Austin provides. Originally from New Orleans, a town not necessaril...

Winter Games not less inspiring than summer

Bryce Bencivengo

February 8, 2010

The Olympics are just days away and while the Winter Games are considerably less popular than the summer variety, it doesn't mean there aren't intriguing story lines. Every two years the Olympics come around and inspiring sto...

SEU teams pick up numerous wins

Kayla Meyer

February 8, 2010

The St. Edward's University athletic teams picked up 13 wins between Feb. 4-7. After a rough start in the season, both the St. Edward's men's and women's basketball teams were each able to secure two wins this weekend against ...

Voting for NBA All-Star game needs reform

Duval Hilbert

February 8, 2010

Fans have reason to cheer as the NBA season heads into its second half. There are a few surprise teams in Atlanta and Phoenix, but the main reason for excitement is the fast-approaching NBA All-Star game. The All-Star game has lo...

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