Love thy neighbor, or at least try

Forehead vein bursting from beneath his skin, he inhaled sharply and vindictively proclaimed, “You’re done!” He then paused for effect. His bloodshot eyes bulged from their ancient sockets and darted through my living room as he struggled through belabored, rageful breaths to finish: “With the screamin’!” These words echoed through
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Reflections from Dub Nation

Dub Nation has always stood poised and tall. The everlasting journey to the pinnacle of the NBA has been filled with devastating losses and rewarding victories. Despite the humble beginnings, loyal Bay Area fans have bled blue and yellow from the start. We have witnessed heroes ascend and have dreadfully
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Better late than never

Because of my Latino family’s religious-like devotion to soccer, I grew up with an indifferent perspective toward basketball. My lack of interest in the sport continued throughout my teenage years because I was terrible on the court: I couldn’t shoot if my life depended on it, I dribbled as if
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10 great things about leaving the dorms

We’ve all been forced to live in close quarters at some point in our lives. Whether it was with your annoying little sister until you outgrew the bunk bed, a quadruple dormitory room your Freshman year or that one time in the same sleeping bag the night the heat went
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