Breakfast Bowl

This was the breakfast I couldn’t stop making while I was home in January and off from school. It’s super easy and filling! Ingredients: 1 egg 2 slices Trader Joe’s Uncured Turkey Bacon Handful of baby spinach 1/2 sweet potato 1 Trader Joe’s Crispbread 4-5 sliced Baby Bella Cremini Mushrooms 1 tbsp coconut oil 1 […]

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The quest for Zion doesn’t include the Knicks starting to win games again

The New York Knicks stopping their 18-game home losing streak was so big that even the Oscars heard about it. Samuel L. Jackson made sure to let the viewers watching at home and Spike Lee know that the team completed a 130-118 victory against the San Antonio Spurs, but if the team wants to land Duke […]

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The MLB already has a salary cap – it’s called the luxury tax

It’s been another slow offseason for baseball and one that’s gotten more people talking about the free-agency market. The lack of teams that were involved in star players like Manny Machado and continue to be involved in Bryce Harper has raised concerns of team spending and how much a team is willing to spend to […]

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Healthy Chicken Noodle Soup

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve thought about doing this and haven’t done it.  Now’s the time I’m doing it.  As a 21-year-old college student, it’s easy to fall into the trap of eating poorly, eating outing or eating anything that doesn’t seem off at the food facilities on campus. I eat an […]

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Tierney family leaving a legacy in Hofstra lacrosse

In many ways, Hofstra University runs in the Tierney family blood – or at least in men’s lacrosse head coach Seth Tierney’s immediate family. Now entering his 13th season, Seth Tierney has been joined by not one, but two, more Tierneys in his son, Ryan, and daughter, Erin. Seth Tierney came to Hofstra for the […]

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Harvey’s Career Goes Beyond Competition

Stephanie Harvey wakes up in the morning and the first thing on her agenda is to handle any press or interviews. She then goes to the gym, eats and focuses the rest of her day on training, at first individually and then at night with her team. She practices and practices, focusing on different strategies […]

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Coffee Talk: Progress is your most important capability

I was originally planning on putting up another blog post in my travel series this week, but then something happened and I no longer felt like writing about a subject as simple as that. That’s the thing though, sometimes things happen in life that you don’t expect, and when those things do occur, you need […]

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Adventuring 101: What to Pack

Packing only what you need can be difficult. Before you know it, a five-day vacation can turn into clothing for a week and a half. At that point, you’re carrying way more than you need. “Just in case” items aren’t a bad thing to take with you, but keep them to a minimum. I actually […]

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