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Garnett Out at Least Next Four Games

March 31, 2009 by


By Brendan Tyman Kevin Garnett will be out for at least the next four games with the aggravation of the sprained knee he suffered in the battle against the Orlando Magic last Wednesday. He has sat out the last two games in Atlanta and at home versus Oklahoma City. This means that KG may be […]

Science Wing Proposed at Emmanuel For Upcoming School Year

March 29, 2009 by


By Sara Anziani A new proposal has recently been made to further advance the Science program at Emmanuel. The proposal is described by Residence Life Director Alicia Van Neil as a “living learning community focused on the sciences.” It is a designated residential wing for any student who is considering a major or currently majoring […]

Share the Love, Spread the Word: Eatin’ Out

March 27, 2009 by


As part of a new effort to get the Emmanuel community more involved with The Monthly Fox, the Le Renard staff will now be working to get your stories and rants online. We want to know what restaurants and bars you like to blow your cash on. Last semester we began featuring a restaurant on […]

A Coppola Words On Nicolas Cage

March 24, 2009 by


Brien Hopkins [The Man Shark] “I am not a demon. I am a lizard, a shark, a heat-seeking panther. I want to be Bob Denver on acid playing the accordion.” – Nicolas Cage Over 60 feature length films under his belt, and Cage has yet to play a lizard, shark, heat-seeking panther, or Bob Denver. […]

Go Ahead, Rip the ACC. But Lay Off the Big East

March 22, 2009 by


Story Taken from The Democratic Fanatic: By Jim Chandley I heard plenty of criticism of the Big East and ACC leading up to this year’s Men’s BB Tournament.  As we now have the entire Sweet Sixteen set, I thought it was time to look at this critically. The ACC should take some serious lumps.  My […]

USC Rolls, Superfans Cry

March 22, 2009 by


By Jim Chandley Boston College lost its opening round game to the Trojans of USC on Friday. BC hung in most of the game, but eventually fell to the Trojans superior rebounding and defense.  The Eagles lost 72-55. The loss is one of many that hurts the Atlantic Coast Conference’s image in this year’s tournament.  […]

Will the U.S. Recognize the Armenian Genocide?

March 21, 2009 by


By Alison Amorello As President Obama prepares to visit Turkey on April 5, the administration is hesitating on the promised presidential declaration that the Armenians were victims of genocide in 1915. American presidents have refrained from referring to the massacres as genocide for many years in order to avoid conflict with Turkey, leaving Armenian Americans without […]