Why criticism of Navy SEAL is justified

Navy SEAL Robert O’Neill has faced heavy backlash after revealing himself to be the shooter that killed Osama bin Laden in May 2011. While there are many supporters that have rushed to his defense, I think that the criticism O’Neill has faced is justified. As a Navy SEAL, he took an oath to keep his mission a secret.

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Jeremy Schaap provides inspiration for aspiring sports journalists

Students piled into the Nelly Goletti Theatre on Tuesday, Nov. 11 to see renowned sports journalist, author, and six-time Emmy Award winner Jeremy Schaap speak to the Marist community. Schaap was interviewed by Center of Sports Communication Director Keith Strudler about his career as an ESPN host and shared some personal stories and offered bits of advice to students hoping to follow a similar career path to his.

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Marist registration: Worse than Hunger Games

Students are waking up at 7:00 a.m. to make sure they are ready for their assigned slot time. They carefully type in the correct course number. Some might experience a minor breakdown when they cannot get into that one class needed for their major. Within the next hour, dozens of students will be running like a maniac across campus with override forms for teachers to sign. Welcome to Registration Day, or as some call it, “The Hunger Games.”

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