The no fear pap smear

Thursday, February 26th, 2015
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Uncomfortable but not painful, and definitely worth it Many a time I have wished I were born a dude and not just because of that cool thing they do when you shake hands and bump shoulders. A penis is so low maintenance it’s practically no maintenance. What a life. Has anyone else nicknamed their junk? […]

 

David’s Tea’s Sunshine Collection– a tea review

Tuesday, February 24th, 2015
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As lovers of tea will know, David’s Tea releases themed collections at the beginning of every season and holiday, and their newly released Spring collection is a great way to try out some teas that are guaranteed to warm you up while the weather is still cool. Sunny Citrus : Ingredients:  Hibiscus, apple, currants, orange peel, […]

 

Memorial women blunt Axewomen in terrific twosome

Sunday, February 22nd, 2015

Coach Doug Partridge’s team made a statement in a pair of contests against the Acadia Axewomen February 14/15 in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. The games, worth four points each instead of the usual two, served to vault the Sea-Hawks into the Atlantic University Sport playoffs. The Lady-Hawks outclassed their opposition by scores of 66-41 and 73-58. […]

 

MUN men’s basketball team book improbable ticket to playoffs

Wednesday, February 18th, 2015
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The Memorial men’s basketball team are headed to the post-season. That’s a sentence that, while dripping in validity and anticipation, seemed a pipe dream just a month ago for a struggling side that has endured so much both on and off the court. The Sea-Hawks were able to clinch post-season action for the first time […]

 

Memorial student wins gold medal at Canada Games

Wednesday, February 18th, 2015
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A Memorial student will be returning to the province with a gold medal after competing in the 2015 Canada Games. Sam Marsh, alongside her teammate Hayley Barrett, brought home the top prize in the women’s 10-metre rifle team event at this year’s Games, which took place in Prince George, British Columbia. Marsh’s introduction to target […]

 

IceCaps shut down Wolf Pack 3-0

Wednesday, February 11th, 2015

Kyle MacKinnon had a big game as he notched two goals and added an assist, meanwhile Connor Hellebuyck turned aside all 21 shots he faced to pick up his second shutout in a row as the St. John’s IceCaps beat the Hartford Wolf Pack 3-0 Tuesday evening. Kyle MacKinnon got the IceCaps on the board early in […]

 

Lady Hawks volleyball book their playoff ticket in rival territory

Monday, February 9th, 2015
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The Memorial Sea-Hawks women’s volleyball team are going to the post-season after making swift work of the Cape Breton Capers. In a pair of Atlantic University Sport (AUS) match-ups on January 31 and February 1, the last-place Capers were outclassed by the Sea-Hawks, who took the first and second contests by scores of 3-1 and […]

 

X-Men far from “First Class” as Sea-Hawks roll in weekend wins

Monday, February 9th, 2015
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Professor X would not be amused. The lackluster St. FX X-Men were shown the door by a plucky Memorial Sea-Hawks side in weekend Atlantic University Sport men’s basketball action. The Sea-Hawks won the opening fixture by double digits 97-85 in one of their highest scoring games of the season, while completing a massive eight-point swing […]

 

Stellar Women’s Sea-Hawks sweep St. FX

Friday, February 6th, 2015
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The Lady-Hawks soared this weekend, taking both games on home court. Memorial won the first game, a four-point contest by the Atlantic University Sport’s scoring system 65-59, while completing the Saturday/Sunday sweep by taking the second game 68-61. Saturday’s early game featured a welcome sight for Coach Partridge and the attending Sea-Hawks fans: the resurgence […]

 

Lady Hawks steal game in Dalhousie to split weekend pair

Thursday, January 29th, 2015

The Memorial women’s Sea-Hawks basketball team ran out narrow winners against the Dalhousie Tigers in the first game of two this weekend. The women played in Halifax in Atlantic University Sport (AUS) conference play. The January 24 fixture saw the MUN side hold on for a 66-65 win, however the Tigers had the last laugh, […]