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Kiley Moriarty

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Name: Kiley Moriarty
Date registered: September 20, 2016

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  1. Students reflect on the College Football Playoff National Championship Game — January 10, 2018
  2. Friendsgiving embraces non-traditional holiday celebration — November 29, 2017
  3. Refusal to approve clubs weakens community — November 6, 2017
  4. Softball varsity coach retires after five seasons — June 14, 2017
  5. Veteran advocates for military — June 6, 2017

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Jan 10 2018

Students reflect on the College Football Playoff National Championship Game

The Alabama Crimson Tide defeated the Georgia Bulldogs 26-23 on Monday, Jan. 8, in overtime for the 2018 College Football Playoff National Championship, giving the University of Alabama their fifth national championship win under their coach Nick Saban since 2009. Both teams are part of the the Southeastern Conference, or SEC, and their states border …

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Nov 29 2017

Friendsgiving embraces non-traditional holiday celebration

When people think of Thanksgiving, they may think of spending time with their immediate family and relatives. However, as an alternative to the family-based Thanksgiving, people may choose to celebrate Friendsgiving. Friendsgiving is a separate gathering in which people celebrate Thanksgiving exclusively with their friends. Senior Victoria Pasmanik said how she and her friends planned …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.gcmnews.net/media/rnf/2017/11/29/friendsgiving-embraces-non-traditional-holiday-celebration/

Nov 06 2017

Refusal to approve clubs weakens community

Marshall has an array of activities, such as sports, clubs and arts programs, which offer ample opportunities for students to get involved; however, just because these activities already exist does not mean that everybody is going to be interested in them. What if one searches for a club that covers what they are interested in, …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.gcmnews.net/media/rnf/2017/11/06/refusal-to-approve-clubs-weakens-community/

Jun 14 2017

Softball varsity coach retires after five seasons

Varsity softball coach Missy Whittington resigned from her coaching position at the end of this spring 2017 season after coaching for five seasons. “Due to unexpected back issues, I am unable to maintain the softball field on a day to day basis any longer,” Whittington said. Whittington said she feels confident in the softball program …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.gcmnews.net/media/rnf/2017/06/14/softball-varsity-coach-retires-after-five-seasons/

Jun 06 2017

Veteran advocates for military

Former US Army Engineer Officer Jim O’Brien visited the Marshall community on May 16 in the College and Career Center to inform interested students about different military path options after graduating high school. O’Brien listed the different military paths available to students, such as the Army, the Navy, the Air Force and the Coast Guard. …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.gcmnews.net/media/rnf/2017/06/06/veteran-advocates-for-military/

Mar 10 2017

Apple’s latest iOS update fails to fix device problems

Apple’s iOS 10.2.1 update, despite promoting bug fixes and better device security, has not entirely fixed problematic glitches from the past, such as reduced battery life, frozen screens, and automatic app reboots. Not everyone is noticing their technology glitching but has made note of any physical problems with their electronic devices, such as iPhones, that …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.gcmnews.net/media/rnf/2017/03/10/apples-latest-ios-update-fails-to-fix-device-problems/

Jan 27 2017

Intense athletic schedule prompts time management

The significant time commitment of high school sports can add to the pressure of athletes, who are already managing stressful and rigorous practice schedules. Junior and indoor track athlete Rachel Miller has learned how to work around her packed slate. “We usually practice four times a week,” Miller said. “It’s really hard sometimes, but it’s …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.gcmnews.net/media/rnf/2017/01/27/intense-athletic-schedule-prompts-time-management/

Dec 01 2016

Girls soccer tryouts go the extra mile

The girls soccer program is implementing very specific new requirements for this year’s tryouts after a coaching change, from a timed two mile run to 100 yard sprints. The new varsity coach, Lauren Forshay, follows former head coach Ann Germain who led the varsity squad to three victorious and consecutive conference championships beginning in 2014. In …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.gcmnews.net/media/rnf/2016/12/01/girls-soccer-tryouts-go-the-extra-mile/