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The Blue & Gray Press | November 22, 2017

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ESPN power ranking cause more melodrama in New York

September 20, 2017 |

By SHACOBE JOHNSON

Staff writer

Carmelo Anthony has had a rollercoaster of a summer. On April 17 of this year, it was reported that Melo and his wife of seven years, LaLa, would be separating. Twitter proceeded to rip into Anthony, calling him a cheater and a terrible father. The Melo hate doesn’t start or end here. In fact, Anthony has been talked down by fans since he was put on the trading block in January.Read More

Student feel lack of adequate options in UC for students with dietary restrictions

March 15, 2017 |

By GINNY BIXBY

After a long day of classes many students look forward to winding down and having a relaxing meal at the dining hall. However, for students with allergies and other dietary restrictions, they often find themselves asking what can they eat? Although management claims the University Center offers meals suitable for all, UMW students are taking issue with the dining hall menu, finding that it lacks adequate options for students who have various dietary restrictions.Read More

‘National nanny’ needs to find a new part-time job

March 27, 2013 |

Two weeks ago, New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg’s ban on large sugary sodas was struck down as “arbitrary and capricious” by a state Supreme Court judge. However, Bloomberg remains persistent. Read More

A Talk With Naked Cowboy

March 27, 2008 |

By STEPHANIE BREIJO

What says “Welcome to New York!” like a near-nude pedestrian strumming an out of tune guitar in the center of Times Square? What reflects better on our society’s obsession with talentless pop culture than an ex-stripper/ex-model/ex-actor/ex-writer whose … Read More

Student Loves NY

November 1, 2007 |

STEPHANIE BREIJO

Whatever New York City lacks in warmth, it makes up for in personality. It’s a busy, screaming, never-ending city, a crash of language, culture, dirt and lights. The grit on the streets and in the gutters and the … Read More