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Hounds Overpower Southern New Hampshire with strong, three-point Shooting

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David Pepin – Sports Editor The Hounds women’s basketball team beat Southern New Hampshire 76-66 on Saturday, behind Meghan Cramb’s career high 24 points which included her going 5-8 from three point range. The Penmen of Southern New Hampshire came into the contest with a 6-1 overall record, but had trouble defending both Cramb and the Hounds’ bench which put up an impressive 27 point... More »

Frisbee szn

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It started off just a way to pass the time after school. One day in middle school, my neighbors and I, bored of our normal routine of football and wiffle ball, found a frisbee in my garage. One of my neighbors knew about this weird game called Ultimate Frisbee, so we decided to give it a try. Well it turned out that “trying it out” turned into an entire summer of us just playing the game all d... More »

Celtics Early Season Struggle: Should we be Worried?

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Leslie Roda – Staff Writer One of the favorites to win-it-all this year has gotten off to a rocky start. The Boston Celtics sit in sixth place in the Eastern Conference with a 11-10 record to start off the season. The Celtics sit behind the Toronto Raptors, Milwaukee Bucks, Philadelphia 76ers, Indiana Pacers and the Pistons. It is no secret the Celtics have struggle immensely on offense. Th... More »

Men’s Cross Country has best Program Finish

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Kialeigh Marston – Copy Editor It might be surprising that the Men’s Cross Country number one running, Andrew “Lambo” Lamb eats a pint of Ben & Jerry’s before every race, however it is even more surprising how much success this young team has seen this season. They earned the best team placement in Assumption history at both the NE-10 conference meet and the Division II East reg... More »

Top Favorite Sports Rivalries

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David Pepin – Sports Editor Rivalries are one of the elements of sports that make them so interesting. From professional rivalries like Yankees vs Red Sox, or international rivalries like USA vs Canada in ice hockey, all the way down to local high school varsity sports, rivalries occur at every level of sport. Rivalries can produce some of the most exciting and classic moments in sports, li... More »

ALANA Thanksgiving Reflection

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Roxann Wint – STAFF WRITER In light of the Holiday of Thanksgiving many fail to realize that the month of November is also Native American Heritage Month. On August 3rd1990, President George H.W. Bush declared that the month of November would stand as the month of celebration. The last two letters, NA, in our ALANA name stand for Native American. For them, this was a time of massacre, murde... More »


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Finding your Vocation with Campus Ministry

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Stephanie McCaffrey – Associate Director of Campus Ministry A couple weeks ago, a group of students participated in the annual Horizon Retreat, which takes place each November in Wareham, MA. A smaller group of students served as team members for the re... More »

Arts & Entertainment


The Best of Jane Austen

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    This semester, I dedicated much of my reading time to Jane Austen, a requirement of my literature course. I leafed through “Pride and Prejudice,” “Emma,” “Northanger Abbey,” “Mansfield Park” and “Persuasion.” From my studies, I figure... More »



iPod Sentiments

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Celia Rose Smith Assistant Editor-In-Chief Hello readers, welcome to my column. For those of you who are strangers to my existence, my name is Celia Smith and I am the Assistant Editor-in-Chief and Opinion editor of Le Provocateur. I am a Virgo, a crucial fact... More »

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