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NFL teams prepare for 2015 draft

Nader Hussein, ‘Doah Staff Writer March 18, 2015 “With the first overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers select…” NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is expected to use those words when the 2015 NFL Draft begins in Chicago on Thursday, Apr. 30. This year’s draft marks the first time since 2006 that it will not be held

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Women’s teams continue to grow

NADER HUSSEIN ’DOAH STAFF WRITER After a long and hard fall sea- son, it’s time for the student-athletes to take a step back and evaluate their performances. The Lady Hornets have had performances to be very proud of, and most saw improve- ment compared to their results from last year. This year, women’s volleyball won two more games during the regular

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D1 football teams seek playoff bids

Nader Hussein, ‘Doah Contributing Writer October 22, 2014 It has finally happened. The long-anticipated transition has begun. Starting this season, the NCAA Division 1 Football Championship contestants will no longer be chosen only by the NCAA Selection Committee. Now, Division 1 college football’s championship will be decided with the use of a playoff, elimination system.   Beginning this season, two

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Womens soccer learns through experience

Nader Hussein, ‘Doah Contributing Writer October 1, 2014 The Shenandoah University women’s soccer team may not be at the top of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC), but they do have something going for them. The Lady Hornets are one of the youngest teams in the conference, with 12 freshmen on the 23-player roster. There is not a single senior

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National Defense Authorization Act can take away citizen’s rights

Nader Hussein, ‘Doah Contributing Writer February 26, 2014 Few college students are aware that they, along with the millions of other American citizens, could be indefinitely detained in prisons without their rights if the U.S. government deems them as being or supporting an enemy combatant. The Bill of Rights grants all citizens, even those suspected of or charged with a

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