• The Art of Procrastination
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    Have you mentally prepared yourself to stay fully committed to a task or chore, and then found yourself checking social media, switching on the TV, or engrossing yourself in a variety of other activities that have nothing to do with your original plan? Have you ever had something on your to-do list that has been […]

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  • America’s Tradition: The Army-Navy Football Game
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    College football is a sport built on tradition and competition. The annual Army-Navy Football game may be the greatest representation of these qualities. For over a century, the Army Black Knights have competed against the Navy Midshipmen for inter-service bragging rights, a privilege unlike any other. As a Navy enthusiast, there is nothing more satisfying […]

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  • The Strenuous College Process
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    There is no doubt that the college application process is confusing and emotional. Not only is it extremely difficult to discover what and where you want to study, but you also have to complete a lengthy application and write essays in hopes of being admitted. This is all occurring at a time where you are […]

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  • Should PED Users be Elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame?
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    For decades, Major League Baseball players have used substances that help improve their performance. Hundreds of these users have been elected into baseball’s imposing National Hall of Fame. But during the steroid era, a time where many ballplayers were known to use PEDs during the late 80’s through the late 2000’s, baseball fans across the […]

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