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2013: the year in review

The year of twerking, tweeting and touchdowns has come to a close. Looking back, a lot of
exciting things happened in 2013; here is a quick recap of the big events from the year.

Blackhawks win the Stanley Cup

(MCT Photo) On June 25, the Chicago hockey team had a record come back against the Boston Bruins, giving them the 2013 NHL Championship title. In the last 76 seconds of the game, the Hawks scored twice, only 17 seconds apart, giving them the win. The final score was 3-2.

(MCT Photo)

On June 25, the Chicago hockey team had a record comeback against the Boston Bruins, giving them the 2013 NHL Championship title. In the last 76 seconds of the game, the Hawks scored twice, only 17 seconds apart, giving them the win. The final score was 3-2. (MCT Campus) On April 15, two bombs interrupted the annual Boston Marathon at approximately 2:49 p.m. on Boylston Street. Three were killed during this tragedy, and an estimated 264 were injured from the explosives. While the bombs were only a mere 13 seconds long, the attack scared the entire United States population. After much investigation, the FBI determined that brothers Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev were guilty of the bombing, and Tamerlan was killed in a fight with the police.

 

 

Boston Marathon faces bombing tragedy

(MCT Campus).

(MCT Campus)

On April 15, two bombs interrupted the annual Boston Marathon at approximately 2:49 p.m on Boylston Street. Three were killed during this tragedy, and an estimated 264 were injured from the explosives. While the bombs were only a mere 13 seconds long, the attack scared the entire United States population. After much investigation, the FBI determined that brothers Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev were guilty of the bombing, and Tamerlan was killed in a fight with the police

Flanagan becomes ISU’s 18th President

(Archive Photo)

(Archive Photo)

Although our beloved Bowman stepped down as president after spring semester, Timothy Flanagan took his place, becoming ISU’s 18th President. Coming from Framinham University, his previous experience was evident. Flanagan started the semester off strong, by making apperances at many school events and introducing himself to as many people as possible. Flanagan also makes sure to bring his wife, Nancy around campus, proving to students that the Flanagan’s are the new face of the University.

 

 

 

Miley Cyrus’s year to shine

(MCT Campus Photo)

(MCT Campus Photo)

It all started with her new do – Miley Cyrus chopped all her hair off and bleached it. Then as a debut off her new album, her singles “We Can’t Stop” and “Wrecking Ball” hit the radio stations, along with a very promiscous video. As if that did’t have people talking enough, Cyrus’s appearance at the MTV Music Awards with Robin Thicke included a lot of twerking moves and tounge-faces.

Renovated Hancock open

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Construction on the football stadium was finally completed this fall, opening up a whole new set of home bleachers and additional concessions for students, faculty and staff. The Redbirds won their opening game against Abilene Christian.

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