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Tiger Woods, slowly transitioning for retirement or hibernating for a biological defying comeback!

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Lenox, K. Executive Editor-in-Chief On Friday, March 31st on his website, world renowned golfer Tiger Woods for the third time in the last four years announced that he will not play in the Masters due to not having enough time to prepare to play. “Unfortunately, I won’t be competing in this year’s Masters. I did about everything I could to ... Read More »

Should labor hours be accredited to student athletes?

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By Jenna Hughes Student athletes put in a minimum of twelve hours a week toward their sport. Full time college students are expected to spend forty hours per week on their academics. An additional ten hours per week are required to be completed for the labor program. Would it be acceptable to credit some labor hours to student athletes? Jillian ... Read More »

Bored in Berea?

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By Jenna Hughes Believe it or not, Berea offers a wide variety of things to do. Sometimes all it takes is a little imagination. Some warm and sunny days provide for a plethora of activities. During a busy week, take a blanket outside, bask in the sunlight, and catch up on homework. If you want to do something more active, ... Read More »

BC’s Men and Women’s Basketball Continue Winning

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   Mountaineers dominate Johnson University on Tuesday, November 15, with a 99-68 win.   Lady Mountaineers defeated Johnson University in a 79-45 victory on Tuesday, November 15. Read More »

Men’s Soccer defeated Eureka — Senior Night

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Men’s Soccer — On Sunday, October 16, the Mountaineers defeated Eureka on Senior Night in a 4-1 victory. The following Seniors were presented with their jerseys; Million Beshah ’17, number 10, from Atlanta, GA; JD Nolte ’17, number 14, from Hartford, KY; Wesley Saintilnord ’17, number 7, from Quanaminthe, Haiti; Caleb Congrove ’17, number 2, from Chillicothe, Ohio;    & Josiah ... Read More »

Women’s Soccer — Mountaineers big Win at the Finals against Johnson University.

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Women’s Soccer — On Tuesday October 18, the Mountaineers had a 7-1 Win at the Finals against Johnson University. Seniors were awarded their jerseys on Senior Night. Read More »

Women’s Tennis — The Mountaineers came out victorious against Maryville College

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Women’s Tennis — On October 16, The Mountaineers came out victorious against Maryville College (Tenn.) with a 7-2 Win. Members from left to right: Coach Johann SaintJohn, Marah Zeidan ’18, Erin Goodpastor ’19, Alicia Bedoya ’18, Ashley Ferrell ’19, Taylor Moyers ’18, Trinity Goodman ’17 and Bria Williams ’17 Read More »

Women’s Cross Country — Mountaineers finish Strong at the Fall Classic 5k run in Wilmington College

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Women’s Cross Country — On October 14, the Mountaineers had a 6th place finish at the JennaStrong Fall Classic 5k run in Wilmington College with a 19:26 fastest team average and a 1:37.10 total team time. Read More »

Berea College Lady Mountaineers celebrated win against Johnson University Royals of Knoxville, TN

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On Saturday October 1 2016 at a home game, Berea College Lady Mountaineers celebrated their 3-0 win against Johnson University Royals of Knoxville, TN Read More »

Night Runners–The Banana Run Club

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Corey Bush News Writer bushc@berea.edu One of the new clubs on campus is the Banana Run Club where members can be seen jogging at night, some wearing large banana costumes, getting their miles in while aiming to provide a safer environment for students at night. It creates a safe space for walkers at night by just providing more eyes and ... Read More »

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