FROM SERBIA TO SCIENCE SCHOOL

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Two Serbian athletes helped their North Dakota college basketball team win the regional championship.  Living in a foreign country can be a strange and difficult experience for anyone, but when you don’t have to do it alone, it’s a lot easier. Milos Vranes moved to Wahpeton, North Dakota, from Belgrade, Serbia and suited up for […]

STAY FIT — AND AVOID THE FRESHMAN 15!

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By NATALIE JOSEPH When it comes to working out, I am not the expert. So I talked with someone who is: Hadiyah Saleem, a student at Longwood University in Farmville, Va., who works as a fitness trainer at the school’s Health and Fitness Center. QUESTION: What are some benefits of going to a campus fitness […]

A NEW MEMBER OF THE TEAM

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(Photo: Mark Washburn, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center) A high-tech helper was on the sidelines at Dartmouth University home football games this fall. As part of a partnership between Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s Center for Telehealth and the university’s athletic department, trainers were able to use a telemedicine robot to connect visually with physicians at the medical center who could […]

SAIL ON: EXPERIENCE NOT REQUIRED

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  By JEN VANDEMOER MITCHELL   Walking on to a college sailing team without ever having been in a sailboat is challenging. For the University of Hawaii’s Ana-Melissa Kea, the hard work was well worth it. As a walk-on freshman, Ana-Melissa Kea knew nothing about sailing until the day she showed up for her first practice […]

FOOTBALL 101

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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE MOST POPULAR COLLEGE SPORT   American football may well be the country’s most popular spectator sport. Every weekend, fans across the United States (and the world) gather to watch high school, college and professional action, cheering their favorites, wearing team colors and enjoying themselves. If you’re not familiar […]