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Iowa State's Shellie Mosman, Amanda Zimmerman and Chelsea Poppens, from left, look over a bracket after the broadcast of the NCAA women's basketball tournament selection show on March 15 in Ames, Iowa. | AP Photo/Ames Tribune, Ronnie Miller

Bracketology 101

March 17, 2010

Reduce your “toxic load” with organic foods

March 16, 2010

This past weekend the Natural and Organic Food convention was held at the Anaheim Convention Center. Hundreds of companies came to showcase their products. Steve Rall, the Bon Appetit manager at Biola University, and myself we...

Biola splits games with Westmont

George Garcia, Writer

March 16, 2010

The Eagles baseball team split a GSAC series against Westmont Saturday. Each team played to their strengths in the series as Biola exploded offensively in the first game and Westmont pitched a lights out performance the second ga...

How your iPod can promote health

Kristi Peterson, Writer

March 11, 2010

Almost everyone in the world listens to music. Music is something that just about every country and group of people has and it is a way for us all to connect. There are many musical differences between groups, but nonetheless, th...

Softball captures first GSAC wins

Chris Munekawa, Writer

March 10, 2010

The Biola Eagles Softball team picked up two wins in one day last Thursday when they swept Hope International University in a doubleheader. The Eagles pitchers held the Royals to a total of two hits between the two games, including an...

Biola baseball ripostes after loss to APU

George Garcia, Writer

March 10, 2010

The Eagles baseball team gained momentum going forward in the season with their doubleheader sweep over rival Azusa Pacific University.  They improved to 10-4 overall and 4-3 in conference play while the Cougars dropped to 8-8 ov...

Miller takes two more titles, named MVP at ETSU meet

Trevor Stewart, Writer

March 10, 2010

Biola track and field made quite a showing last weekend at East Tennessee State University, as the women took a program-best fifth place overall finish in a field of 40 teams. The women's 4x800 relay team ended the second day of ac...

Biola swimming sets five new school records

Trevor Stewart, Writer

March 10, 2010

The Biola swim team made quite the splash at the 2010 NAIA Swimming and Diving Championships at the St. Peters Rec-Plex in St. Peters, Mo. this past weekend. Friday, the Eagles set five new school records, three of them via ...

Roger Federer could be best tennis player ever

Tyler Stewart, Writer

March 8, 2010

One of the most dominant forces in tennis and possibly all of sports is Roger Federer. Federer has won 16 Grand Slam singles titles, which is more than any other male player, and is also the only male player besides Andre Agassi to...

Eagles shocked by overtime loss against APU

Mark Aguirre, Writer

March 8, 2010

The Eagles’ victory against Cal Baptist was their last, as they experienced a shocking departure from the GSAC tournament on Saturday. Illness and injury to Biola’s forwards contributed to the loss against rival Azusa Pacific. Before the game,...

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