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Archive for October, 2012

My favorite things to travel with are quite simple: healthy

When we talk about the supplies that are used to make jewelry, then the most important things that are used for making jewelry are the tools and instruments. A jewelry designer should always possess the correct tools. With the help of these tools it would be easy for the designer to work instead of posing […]

Use only in a well ventilated are

A freshman quarterback kept us in the game till the end. Had he not missed a few open receivers (freshman mistakes) it could have gone either way. At the end of the day you got the W and we got the L. Use only in a well ventilated are. User assumes full liabilities. Void where […]

By this, I mean it lets you select multiple, non contiguous

online orders replace mom’s college care packages cake decorations supplier You can wash it off but mushrooms absorb water. I weighed both cup and Swiss brown mushrooms, washed them, drained them and then weighed them again and they had increased their initial weight by 10 per cent, presumably from water. This water ran out when […]

We are seeing huge rent increases displacing tenants

It’s particularly vital to greet your partner with a smile and remember to keep eye contact with her or him. Also try to have a small smile hanging on the corners of the mouth if you are on a date. Stop Watching Bad News Keeping up with the recent events is one thing Canada Goose […]

Seawanhaka Press 10-25-12

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Twice As Nice: Coach Roy Kortmann On Softball, Life, & Defending An NEC Title

BY: MICHAEL GARCIA Five months ago, Roy Kortmann stood with a peculiar smirk on his face while his 22 players held up the monumental NEC Trophy at Robert Morris University’s North Athletic Complex as 2012 Champions. Five months later, Roy Kortmann stands at Tuesday night practice with the same smirk on his face, this time […]

Despite Two Surgeries, Ashley Rice Returns Twice As Prepared

BY: JOHN TOLIS In every sport, there is always a group of athletes that stand out to everyone. These athletes don’t quit, give up, and move on to the next obstacle in their lives. This particular sport is volleyball and this particular athlete is Long Island, Blackbird senior Ashley Rice. The Marlton, NJ native overcame […]

Women’s Soccer Keeps NEC Hopes Alive on Senior Day

BY: JOHN TOLIS It was a thrilling and exciting weekend for the LIU Blackbirds as they won in two overtime matches against Mount St. Mary’s 2-1 and Central Connecticut State 1-0 to extend their winning streak to three games. The lady Blackbirds had the home field advantage in both games and put it to good […]

Men’s Soccer Drop Consecutive Matches; Johnson, Sica Tally Goals

BY: SHANEL GILBERT LIU Brooklyn men’s soccer team faced an onslaught of defeats after double overtime led to a 2-2 tie against Quinnipiac on October 7th. Within the first 10-minutes of game play, senior Jakeem Johnson and teammate Tanner Sica scored the only two goals for Long Island within minutes of each other giving the […]

Volleyball Blanks Bobcats, Extends Streak To Eleven Straight

  BY: SHANEL GILBERT LIU Brooklyn’s Volleyball team remains undefeated in the North East Conference after downing Quinnipiac 3-0 for its 11th straight win. The Blackbirds dominated QU by taking all sets 25-10, 25-22, and 25-20. The win puts Long Island up 17-7 overall and 10-0 in the NEC. Long Island went up early with […]