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Column: The things I wish I knew before I did gymnastics

Column: The things I wish I knew before I did gymnastics

By Audrey Fisher, Sports managing editor

January 8, 2018


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Gymnastics is a high impact and rigorous sport. But beyond the physical demands while participating in the sport there comes an endless amount of long term demands, including both mental and physical. I started gymnastics when I was two years old. I participated in Mommy and Me classes once a week...

Sleeping through first period: school starts way too early

January 12, 2012


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By Blair Donald Round Table Broadcast Producer The debate over the time that school should start for high school students is one that seems to appear periodically without ever accomplishing anything. The argument is that high school students statistically need more sleep than younger students, so...

Lewis commits to play at the next level

November 10, 2011


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 Julia Karcewski Round Table Editor        The eye catching “Syracuse Orange” sweatshirt fell neatly upon his broad shoulders, his ankle socks peaked slightly above his grey New Balance shoes, his khaki shorts pockets overflowed with snacks. His legs shook, and his hand tapped the tab...

Looking back: grades matter

November 5, 2010


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 By Chrissy Payne Round Table reporter The busyness of my senior year and applying to colleges has been very stressful to say the least. It’s unreal to think that all the time and effort I have put into perfecting my grades and accumulating all the extra curricular activities that I can actual...

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