This Cornerback Needs to Fall Back

February 26, 2014 3:20 pmComments Off
Richard Sherman reacted to a team mate during a recent game.

After their game on January 19th 2014, Seahawks corner Richard Sherman said in an interview, “I’m the best corner in the game! When you try me with a sorry receiver like Michael Crabtree that is the result that you are …

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Pam Oliver: A Head Above the Rest

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Pam Oliver interviewing a player for FOX Sports after a game earlier this year.

The day after the Superbowl I signed onto Facebook and all of my timeline was in a tizzy. Were they upset about the lopsided score? Nope. How about the unsatisfying halftime show that was only somewhat salvageable because The Red …

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Raptors’ Response: How do you believe/anticipate this scandal will affect Chris Christie’s bid for president?

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“This is a significant blow to the image of Chris Christie especially as he gears up for his 2016 presidential run. It calls into question his most desirable traits and leadership qualities and throws suspicion on his leadership abilities and …

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Raptor Report: Week of 1/20/2014

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Raptor Report: Week of 1/20/2014

Here’s to Justin Bieber getting arrested. The bad part: he was barely in jail (damn that overcrowding) and I had to hear about him even more. If only you could press charges for someone being annoying.

The first day …

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Ask Loria: Who is Loria?

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Darragh Nolan

I am a forty-four year old single mother, who decided to pursue a degree in Forensic Psychology. I served for four years in the United States Air Force and was a participant in the Gulf War. After coming home from …

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Madonna’s Shocking Mistake

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Madonna is no stranger to controversy, seen here giving her fans the middle finger.

Madonna has done it again. She has managed to shock, anger, and disgust me all within one social media post. My disclaimer is that I am not a fan of Madonna, but I respect her ability to stay “relevant”. I’m …

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Bridging the Social and Academic Gap for Student Veterans at Rutgers Camden

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A U.S. Marine Corps Soldier in uniform salutes the American flag.

As you leave Starbucks, coffee in hand, and head down the stairs of the Campus Center, one left turn will bring you to a small group of students engaging in a warm discussion. These individuals are Rutgers University’s student Veterans. …

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Rutgers-Camden Alum: How the Campus Helped Me Get a Career in Politics

February 5, 2014 10:39 pmComments Off
Rutgers-Camden Alum:  How the Campus Helped Me Get a Career in Politics

In the fall of 2007 I stepped on to the campus of Rutgers-Camden for the first time. I didn’t have the slightest idea which career field I wanted to enter, which major I would choose – heck, I hardly knew …

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Taylor Swift needs a shift

March 12, 2013 3:55 pmComments Off
Taylor Swift needs a shift
I don’t think there was one person who watched the Grammy Awards and was pleased with Taylor Swift’s mediocre performance of her song “We Are Never Ever Ever Ever Getting Back Together” (6th grade girls not included). Read more ›

Raptor report 2/26

March 4, 2013 5:11 pmComments Off
Raptor report 2/26
-We all know Lance Armstrong is in trouble but did you know he might have to pay the federal government around 100 million dollars. Why? He doped and lied about it. Read more ›