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New Feature: Bowling team ThingLink

New Feature: Bowling team ThingLink

Click the photo inside and learn more about the bowling team.

FPU field hockey team conditioning for the season.

FPU field hockey team conditioning for the season.

After a tough season, conditioning the key for Franklin Pierce field hockey.

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.

Franklin Pierce baseball team returns to Pappas Field

Franklin Pierce baseball team returns to Pappas Field

The Franklin Pierce baseball team returns to Pappas Field for the first time this semester. The Ravens are focusing on their two games against Adelphi this weekend.

Ravens emphasize defense in practice ahead of season opener

Ravens emphasize defense in practice ahead of season opener

Practice makes perfect as Ravens strive for strong start to season.

After years of juggling, Meg Williams’ decision rewarded with trip of a lifetime.

After years of juggling, Meg Williams’ decision rewarded with trip of a lifetime.

Junior field hockey goalie Meg Williams has been selected to represent the USA in Italy this coming summer.

Jordan Lackey’s career night not enough to push past SNHU

Jordan Lackey’s career night not enough to push past SNHU

Franklin Pierce falls to Southern New Hampshire University 94-92 in their ABA game.

Oladoyin Fadojutimi’s work ethic proves success on the court

Oladoyin Fadojutimi’s work ethic proves success on the court

Oladoyin Fadojutimi’s performance on the court creates success for the Franklin Pierce Men’s Basketball team.

Ravens face SNHU for next opportunity to break losing streak

Ravens face SNHU for next opportunity to break losing streak

Ravens look towards SNHU to snap losing streak.

Ravens lose at home to St.Mike’s for first time in 16 years

Ravens lose at home to St.Mike’s for first time in 16 years

Ravens have yet to win a conference match.

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Spagnuolo Hall fell silent after the showing of documentary film Newtown

70 people came to a special showing of documentary Newtown on Tuesday night.