Rounding the Square

photo-1432821596592-e2c18b78144f.jpgHow not to be a square on the web. Free stock photo courtesy of unsplash.com and Dustin Lee.

INTRODUCTION

How do we make ourselves cool in today’s society? See, you probably don’t ask yourself that like I do. In my case, I think I may be an introvert.  Recently, I’ve been having this conflicted feeling about whether this is good or not. This, introversion or the need to be alone.

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Break out the brooms: Herd volleyball sweeps WVU 3-0, retains Golden Ball

A we l l – rounded, constantly improving Marshall University women’ s volleyball team improved to 9-9 (3-0) Wednesday night as it defeated in-state rival , West Virginia University (11-5 (0-1)), in the Battle for the Golden Ball three sets to none (25-19, 25-17, 25-22).

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Marshall Men’s soccer falls 1-0 to the Panthers

October 26, 2014

Hoops Family Field at the Veteran’s Memorial Soccer Complex was the groundwork to one of Marshall men’s soccer team’s most lackluster performances of the season Saturday, allowing one goal to Florida International University (5-7-1, 1-4) and failing to account one of its own.

With that loss, the Thundering Herd (4-8-3, 2-4-1) remains fifth in the Conference USA standings.

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