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Participatory: Average Joe learns to row

Participatory: Average Joe learns to row

Indoors or out, Raven Rowing doesn’t miss a stroke.

Fish not squished but FPU Field Hockey reflects on successful season

Fish not squished but FPU Field Hockey reflects on successful season

Playoff season ends but bright future awaits.

Storify: Minors’ accomplishments recognized as major

Storify: Minors’ accomplishments recognized as major

Bermuda papers follow Franklin Pierce track athlete Dage Minors.

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 Tennis falls to Emerson

Women’s Tennis falls to Emerson

Women’s Tennis falls in final match of the season.

What in the world is rugby?

What in the world is rugby?

Alumni and Pain, what else makes the FPU Rugby team unique?

Participatory: NARP plays golf

Participatory: NARP plays golf

My first attempt at golfing goes better than expect, with help from FPU women’s golf’s Shannon Slater.

St. Michaels slips past Franklin Pierce in a late two run surge

St. Michaels slips past Franklin Pierce in a late two run surge

Ravens blast two homeruns in the fifth inning but fall to St. Michaels in the last inning four to three.

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.

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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.