Features

Sports Injuries at an All-Time High

Sierra Mark, Reporter

Sports injuries are a part of the game, whether that game is recreational, amateur or professional. Young athletes often come face-to-face with a sports-related injury during... Read more »

May 6, 2013

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Inside the Gates

Human Physiology students investigate “murder” on campus

The Lance Staff

A “dead” body in the Athletic Training Center. A breaking news special from BGTV. A campus up in arms. Sound like a typical crime scene? Well, it was. For the... Read more »

May 6, 2013

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Arts and Entertainment

“The Host” Heads to the Big Screen

Francesca Pagano, Reporter

On Friday, March 29th, another one of Stephenie Meyer’s novels-made-movie, The Host, opened in theaters. Fans were highly anticipating how Andrew Niccol (the director) would... Read more »

May 6, 2013

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Outside the Gates

A devastating, not debilitating blow to Boston

Sydney Brown, Features Editor

Crossing the finish line. This is a moment of jubilance that all runners face after the blood, sweat and tears of their tedious training finally came down to this moment.... Read more »

May 6, 2013

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Sports

Gorman boys win state title after ladies fall short

Ryan Suppe, Editor-in-Chief

             On Friday, February 22nd the Bishop Gorman men’s basketball team defeated the Centennial Bulldogs for the fourth time this year, winning the Division... Read more »

March 4, 2013

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Opinion

Are college admissions fair?

Michael McIntosh, Reporter

          Sometimes seen as a stroke of luck, the college admissions process is unknown to many students who have already been accepted to colleges and to those who... Read more »

March 4, 2013

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