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Canning shines at the Liberty Classic

Freshman Katie Canning has already established herself as a consistent performer for the women’s gymnastics team, as the 5-foot-3 Billerica, Mass.-native continued her early-season individual success Saturday. Canning earned high scores on the vault, the

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Crime Report 2/05

Jan. 28 The Edge, 12th Floor Student reported an unknown person entered his apartment with no force found and removed an iPod and an MP3 player between 2 p.m. Dec. 15 and 7 p.m. Jan.

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Knoll awaits sentencing in DUI case

Temple student Dreamah Knoll, 23, was convicted this past December of driving under the influence during the February 2006 crash that killed Ciara Deprill. Knoll was exonerated from the original charges of homicide by vehicle,

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CST labs get needed fixes

With a new dean and support from Temple, the College of Science and Technology is  updating its antiquated laboratories and infrastructure. The Board of Trustees approved $2.9 million-worth of renovations to the college in October.

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Law alums score for investors

The law firm Barrack, Rodos and Bacine announced Jan. 17 that a jury found that Apollo Group Inc., the for-profit company that owns the University of Phoenix Online, and two of its former executives misled

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Another admin out for Nutter

Boasting “a new Philadelphia,” Michael Nutter was inaugurated as the city’s 98th mayor last month. Nutter envisioned the number of residents with college degrees doubling, the dropout rate being cut in half and the homicide