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Decision to remove wrestling from Olympics hurts NMU, USOEC

Delaney Lovett February 21, 2013

Raise your hand if you have ever watched wrestling during the Olympics. OK, put your hands down. Now, raise your hand if you have ever watching the modern pentathlon during the Olympics. Raise your...

Students graduating have final tasks to complete

Delaney Lovett April 26, 2012

Before receiving a diploma, graduating seniors must remember to complete several tasks pertaining to their grades, finances and laptops. Last week, students were mailed information about the commencement...

Movies don’t capture books

Delaney Lovett April 19, 2012

When it comes to well-written books, movie adaptations simply cannot compare to the depth of tens of thousands of words on hundreds of pages. If there’s a book I am interested in reading, like “The...

Students help those less fortunate

Delaney Lovett April 12, 2012

From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday, April 18, North Star Academy in Marquette will host Empty Bowls, an event to raise awareness of hunger and poverty in the community and throughout the world. North...

Stanley, Hayes win election

Delaney Lovett April 7, 2012

After the Associated Students of NMU elections on April 3 and 4, a new president, vice president and several representatives have been chosen. Benjamin Stanley won as president over Adam Papin with...

Wildcat waiting game after CCHA elimination

Delaney Lovett March 15, 2012

After losing in the first round of CCHA playoffs to Bowling Green State University on March 2-4, the Wildcats await the outcome of this weekend’s games to see if they’ll have the opportunity to play...

Wildcats clinch home ice with sweep

Delaney Lovett March 1, 2012

The Wildcats ended their regular season on top with two wins against Lake Superior State University (11-13-4-4 CCHA, 16-15-5 overall) on Friday, Feb. 24 and Saturday, Feb. 25 in the Berry Events Center. With...

Seek assistance for college stress

Delaney Lovett March 1, 2012

Shootings like the one at an Ohio high school earlier this week are all too common an occurrence, but what is often not given enough attention is the mental well-being of the individuals behind the bullets. Suicide...

’Cats look to catch LSSU

Delaney Lovett February 23, 2012

The Wildcats battle Lake Superior State this weekend at the Berry Events Center in their last weekend of regular season play. NMU is 9-11-6-3 in the CCHA and 14-12-6 overall, tied with Notre Dame for...

’Cats fights to gain home-ice advantage

Delaney Lovett February 23, 2012

The ’Cats concluded a four-game road stretch with two disappointing losses against No. 3-ranked University of Michigan on Friday, Feb. 17 and Saturday, Feb. 18. NMU (9-11-6-3 CCHA, 14-12-6 overall)...

’Cats dump Bowling Green with sweep

Delaney Lovett February 16, 2012

The No. 19 Wildcats accomplished their first CCHA sweep on the road this season with victories over Bowling Green State University Friday, Feb. 10 and Saturday, Feb. 11. The Northern Michigan hockey...

‘Woman in Black’ too slow to build suspense

Delaney Lovett February 9, 2012

When I walked into the theater to see “The Woman in Black” I came in with the expectation of a suspense film and not a horror flick. Although with my expectations low, the movie still managed to...

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