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8 years after taking over, Matt Langel leads Colgate to NCAA Tournament

Matt Langel stood inside the visitors’ locker room at Boston University’s Case Gym and wrote one word on the whiteboard: “Identity.” It wasn’t that his Colgate team didn’t have one. Langel, the head coach, and his Raiders reached the College ...

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‘No idea this would happen’: Freddie Gillespie’s rise from a D-III player to an important Baylor big

SALT LAKE CITY — Freddie Gillespie sat at his locker on Wednesday, with “March Madness” signs adorning the walls of the NBA’s Utah Jazz’s arena. Three years ago, he hardly played minutes at a Division III school. He tried to ...

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10 fun facts about Baylor

After three years of teetering on the NCAA Tournament bubble, Syracuse safely qualified for the field of 68 in Sunday night’s selection show. The Orange (20-13, 10-8 Atlantic Coast) are a No. 8 seed, squarely in the middle of the ...

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GSO to discuss installing more cameras off campus after Ackerman Avenue assault

Graduate Student Organization President Jack Wilson informed the GSO Senate on Wednesday evening that Syracuse University’s Student Association is considering working with the City of Syracuse to install more CCTV Security Cameras off campus. The cameras would be placed on ...

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LGBTQ students should not feel alienated by their faith

On Feb. 27, a new open-process group for LGBTQ identifying students on campus launched. This discussion series, titled “True Colors,” aims to provide a space to talk through spirituality and other related topics. The series is an important move to ...

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LGBT Resource Center expands gender-affirming clothing closet

Sunlight streams into the LGBT Resource Center, in its new fifth-floor suite at Bird Library, through several large windows overlooking the Syracuse University campus. The light washes over a rack of dresses, jackets and other fashion pieces in calm blues, ...

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College admissions scandal reveals faults in education system

To many, the recent college admissions scandal revealed something we already knew — wealthy people have advantages in life. But this scandal also showed us a more striking problem in our education system — there’s a greater focus on succeeding ...

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Jim Boeheim’s legacy immortalized in Lyons, New York

LYONS — In the downstairs bathroom of Jim Boeheim’s childhood home, the old tub looks like a casket. Inside are cleaning supplies for the funeral home. The bathroom’s original wallpaper hasn’t changed. The marble countertops are still there, the piping ...

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