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Franklin Pierce Softball scoreless in first game of weekend series

Franklin Pierce Softball scoreless in first game of weekend series

This is the 32nd loss of the season for the Ravens.

Sabermetrics tell us who FPU Baseball’s most valuable batters are

Sabermetrics tell us who FPU Baseball’s most valuable batters are

John Friday, Adam Chase, and Dalton Davis have the highest OPS sabermetric.

Women’s Softball prepares for a rematch against Assumption in the NE-10

Women’s Softball prepares for a rematch against Assumption in the NE-10

Despite the losing record, the team finds success in other forms and is using this season to generate positive outcomes in the future.

Participatory: Volleyball player takes on tennis

Participatory: Volleyball player takes on tennis

Read Kelsey Hausman’s struggle to learn a new sport.

FOLD: Inside Franklin Pierce rowing

FOLD: Inside Franklin Pierce rowing

An in-depth look into a day in the life of a FPU rower.

Row row rowing into Spring season

Row row rowing into Spring season

“C’mon ladies last one, push hard!” yelled Hannah Eldridge to encourage her teammates.

In-depth: Students should delay choosing a major

In-depth: Students should delay choosing a major

On average, college students change their major at least three times throughout their college career.

Op-ed: Sodexo dining by no means perfect but on the right track

Op-ed: Sodexo dining by no means perfect but on the right track

With 1,315 students on a meal plan, not everyone can be satisfied

Column: Playing for Nicolas

Column: Playing for Nicolas

Olivier Viel chose to pursue his dream of playing NCAA tennis just eight months after losing his only sibling to cancer.

Column: Health disservices

Column: Health disservices

A student’s bad experience prevents her from ever returning to Health Services

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Only two in attendance for APA seminar

Alan Shulte and Molly Badrawy gave a seminar on writing in APA format expecting to see at least five or six people but were shocked when only two showed.