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Natural Bridge Drag Racing Zooms to Life

By: Rich Goode, 3L Managing Editor Modifying cars is an American tradition as old as our national love affair with the automobile itself. A car is a symbol of freedom,


Passing the Bar . . . and Lifting It, Too

By: Skyler Speed, 1L Contributing Writer Law School demands heaps of time and energy.  When you have a brief due, a lagging outline, or a laundry list of dense cases


Old Czars Graduate, New Czars Ascend

By: Javier Puga, 2L Sports Czar You’ve pulled out the man-leggings, started a low-carb diet, and began pretending that waking up early and yoga are in your future. It’s that

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Conservatives Claim Kaepernick Breaking Law

By: Jackie Hacker, 2L Online Editor Colin Kaepernick, quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, has come under attack in recent weeks for his nonparticipation in the ritual pregame standing for


Sports Czars: Rollins Revives Pickup Games

By: Lucas Barta, 3L Sports Czar As a 1L, there weren’t a lot of op­portunities to get out of the classroom and get to know the upperclassmen and the faculty.


Dean’s Cup Brings Competition to Spring Semester

By: Lucas Barta, 2L Sports Czar General George S. Patton once said, “Battle is the most magnificent competition in which a human being can indulge. It brings out all that is


Hung Jurors Complete Perfect LSFL Season

By: Kevin Rickert, 2L Managing Editor When asked, “What is best in life?” Conan the Barbarian responded, “Crush your enemies. See them driven before you. Hear the lamentations of their women.”

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The Most Maddening Time of the Year

By: Scott Burton, 3L Online Editor In a season where there is no clearcut favorite and every conference has a legitimate chance to produce a National Champion, I have broken down