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“Therapy” Dogs Set To Bring Comfort to the Boston Marathon

April 19, 20140

We’ve talked about how dogs can set the anchor for unconditional love in our lives. They’re capable of bringing positivity and comfort in even the most dire times. That’s one
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Marley Sommer Doesn’t Let Down Syndrome and Autism Hinder His Spirit, Abilites

April 15, 20140

To Roy Sommer, the head coach of the AHL’s Worcester Sharks, his 21-year old son, Marley Sommer is a true American Idol. While a coach for the Minot Americans (North
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Runners Stop Mid-Race To Appreciate 95-Year-Old World War II Veteran

March 5, 20140

Appreciation can be the purest and most beautiful form of praise. During the 408k road race benefitting the Pat Tillman Foundation, 95-year-old World War II veteran Joe Bell watched runners
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Ricochet the Surf Dog Makes Cancer Patient’s Wish Come True

February 18, 20140

It’s difficult to stop the wave that is stage IV brain cancer, but with the help of one special dog, Caleb Acosta was at least able to surf that wave
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Married Survivors Of Boston Marathon Bombing Embrace Life’s Small Things

February 14, 20140

Love is not lost in sports or in disaster. Jessica Downs and her husband, Patrick, both lost their left legs in the Boston Marathon Bombings last spring. On Valentine’s Day,
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Seahawks, 49ers Fans Unite to Help Homeless Teen

February 9, 20140

Napoleon Bonaparte once said that the only two forces that unite men are fear and interest. Fierce division rivals, Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers fans found a common interest
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College Basketball Player Makes History By Wearing A Yarmulke In A Game

January 7, 20140

For the first time in Big Ten Conference history, a player wore a yarmulke (also known as a kippah) in a basketball game. Northwestern red shirt freshman Aaron Liberman stepped
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Roger Bannister Showed That Limitations are Arbitrary

December 27, 20130

In the 1950’s, nobody believed that anyone could run a sub-4-minute mile. The feat had been attempted numerous times, and the closest anyone came to the mark was 4 minutes
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