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Howard Levy’s Princeton Offense helps MCCC men’s basketball sophomore captains lead talented freshmen

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The Mercer men’s basketball team has begun the season winning five of eight games, and they’ve done so with a roster that is primarily made up of freshman. Last year, the Vikings were led by 2012 NJCAA All-American Mustafa El-Amin, who won’t be playing this season because he failed to meet academic requirements. Also 2012…

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Bring back Jose Canseco and Barry Bonds: we need more steroids in major league sports!

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Professional athletes who want to use performance enhancing drugs (PEDs) shouldn’t face penalties. The athlete’s body is the source of their income as well as their own property. It is their right to choose how to train and condition themselves for competition. Sporting events, especially those at a professional level, are nothing more than entertainment.…

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Vikings women’s tennis exceeds coach’s expectations

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The Mercer women’s tennis team was supposed to have a “challenging year” according to coach Marc Vecchiolla. In an interview before their season began, the coach said he wants the girls to “have fun and work hard” instead of focusing on wins and losses. The 2013 Lady Vikings were made up of only two second…

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Vikings women’s soccer red hot heading into region XIX tournament

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The Mercer women’s soccer team got off to a slow start this season, losing 3 of their first 4 games. Fortunately, none of those losses came against Region XIX division I opponents, and since then have turned things around, winning 7 of their next 9 games. The Lady Vikings capped off a 6-1 inner-division regular…

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National Geographic internship gives Grace Spencer the opportunity to showcase her work internationally

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Grace Spencer was 15 years old when she discovered photography at the Appel Farm Arts camp. At the time she had no idea that one day her passion for photography would take her to London, England for a two-week internship with National Geographic. An 18 year-old Fine Arts Photography major in her first semester at…

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Women’s Tennis Hopes to Improve as Season Progresses

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Marc Vecchiolla has been coaching the Mercer women’s tennis team ever since the program returned from an 11-year hiatus in 1997. Unfortunately, coach is one of the only experienced positions on this team. This year’s roster only consists of six players, which is enough to fill a tennis teams’ starting lineup. Two players on the…

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