The Bear Cave

All of America turned its eyes to the skies when Elon Musk’s astronautics company, SpaceX, launched its Starlink satellites into orbit a few weeks ago. In the month before that, Congress held a public hearing on a government task force that studies unidentified aerial phenomena. During the hearing, “non-human” aircraft and “biologics” were mentioned, sparking alien conspiracy theories across social […]

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Criminal justice professor connects students with local law enforcement agencies

According to Hollywood, law enforcement is all about high-stakes undercover operations, climactic drug busts and the drama that goes on between officers in the break room. However, TV doesn’t come close to what real-life police officers and other professionals experience. Criminal justice professor Amanda Trent seeks to bridge the gap between fact and fiction by bringing local law enforcement and […]

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Palsgrove’s Points

Welcome back to another edition of Palsgrove’s Points. Hockey is back on the Mountain, and I honestly don’t feel good about it. Not the sport; I love hockey and I’m elated to watch some great games, I’m worried about the team — the Flames men’s D1 team, to be clear. As always, any opinions I give I wholly believe, and […]

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Field hockey enforces dominance on another opponent with 5-2 victory

The No. 9 Flames field hockey team hosted Providence on Sept. 22, seeking their eighth victory of the season.  Entering the game, the Flames held a 9-0 record against the Friars and looked to improve their 7-1 season record.  The Flames started fast, battling cooler temperatures and high winds on the Mountain. Sophomore midfielder Lou Combrinck would get the party […]

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A struggling decider

Dear Lord, As you are, of course, my Lord. In fact, it’s hard to think of you in any other way but as my Lord or King. Sometimes it’s very difficult to see you as other things, like my friend. To me, with a friend, I can complain. To you, I don’t believe I have the right. I’m just the […]

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Too much niceness taints the gospel

When you hear the word “grace,” what comes to mind? I automatically think of all the times that I’ve harmed someone or been thoughtless in intention, word and deed. The crushing weight of knowing that I couldn’t retreat from an ill-made decision was remedied by the overwhelming relief of hearing the person I had wronged tell me that all was […]

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