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Author examines teen issues

By | Nov 18, 2011

New York times best-selling author Ellen Hopkins recently published “Perfect,” a fictional novel about issues facing modern teenagers such as drugs, eating disorders and body image.

‘Perfect’: Novel finds flaws in perfection

By | Nov 16, 2011

New York Times best-selling author Ellen Hopkins focuses on drugs, suicide, rape and other issues teens face to weave together a nontraditional book that shines as a testament to living outside societal norms.

Blue and Gold to host Empire 8 championship

By | Nov 3, 2010

The volleyball team’s first win, shutout and its first tournament victory this season all came at home in the Ben Light Gymnasium, and on Oct. 23 the Bombers, playing at home, added another first to that list.

Bombers’ communication stregthens offense

By | Oct 21, 2010

For the volleyball team, constant talking at practice and in competition is anything but a distraction.

Junior committed to helping those around her

By | Sep 30, 2010

Junior Karin Edsall is blocking more than just opposing teams’ shots this season. After being named the Most Valuable Player at the Bomber Invitational on Sept. 10 and 11, Edsall deflected praise and recognition and said everyone on the team played well enough to deserve the honor.

Hitting their mark

By | Sep 16, 2010

The volleyball team has three reasons why its sights are set on outperforming last season’s Eastern College Athletic Conference finish.

Gymnastics finish fifth at ECACs

By | Apr 1, 2010

Although the gymnastics team had a rollercoaster season, it had higher hopes than its disappointing fifth place finish at the Eastern College Athletic Conference Championships.

Getting in sync

By | Mar 26, 2010

Awaiting their score as they wait in the “kiss and cry” — the area beside the rink — the skaters of the Cornell University synchronized skating team reflect on all the challenges they faced to get to nationals in Minneapolis.