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Security issues prompt change in RC

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By Kiley O’Donnell Staff Writer St. Bonaventure University’s student section in the Reilly Center has been pushed back in order to secure a safer surrounding after the basketball doubleheader on Nov. 30. Before, the stanchions were placed directly behind the print media. Now, they have been pushed back so students are not interfering with the…

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Kenney speaks: Bona’s AD gives insights into new seating in RC

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By Amelia Kibbe Editor-in-Chief   ST. BONAVENTURE—Tim Kenney, athletic director at St. Bonaventure, said new seating in the Reilly Center for basketball games was a positive solution to a difficult situation. He said the decision stemmed from Atlantic 10 meetings, where officials told schools they needed better solutions for court control. The conference did not…

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Unapologetic WolfPack


By Matthew Laurrie Opinion Editor   We are WolfPack. Hear us roar. The St. Bonaventure student section, which placed fifth in the 2013 Naismith Student Section of the Year contest, has been under attack recently regarding its raucous conduct. But the voice of our school will not be silenced. John Wawrow, a sports reporter for…

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WolfPack needs to keep clicking to win 2013 Naismith award

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When an opposing team enters the Reilly Center for a battle with the Bonnies, it will almost certainly be met with a deafening roar from the WolfPack. Whether unleashing a Bona clap or a loud cry of “Defense,” the student section on game day is loud, rowdy and ready to support the Bonnies. And it’s…

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WolfPack nominated for national award


By Jillian Hammell Assistant Features Editor During St. Bonaventure’s basketball season, the Reilly Center has a designated spot for its roaring student section known as the Wolf Pack. The group’s arrival to the arena ignites an all-out enthusiastic yelling session that is anything but subtle. The Wolf Pack is now in the running for the…

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