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Four individuals were arrested by the Geneseo Police Department for trafficking marijuana after the United States Postal Inspection Service suspected packages contained illegal substances.  The quantity of marijuana obtained was 8 lbs and is valued at over $30,000.  Of the four people arrested, three are students.

Three students arrested in marijuana bust valued at $30K

The Geneseo Police Department arrested four individuals for trafficking marijuana in Livingston County on Tuesday Oct. 25. More than 8 lbs of marijuana were confiscated, an estimated value of over $30,000. Three of the individuals arrested are Geneseo students. The students who were arrested include junior Ada Song, junior Ryan Lum and senior Tyler Vandyke….

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- Hockey co-captain Carson Schell. Read more in the the full article.

Knight of the Week: Matt Jorgensen

Matt Jorgensen is hiking his way to accomplishment, regardless of the challenges he has faced along the way. Besides being a senior biology major here at Geneseo—which is an accomplishment in and of itself—he excels at cross country and track. Despite these achievements, Jorgensen has battled both injury and the personal toll of overwhelming thoughts…

Biology major senior Matt Jorgensen is a key part of his team’s success, pushing his own limits to help them make it to nationals this year. After Geneseo, Jorgensen aspires to bring his talents to physician’s assistant school, where he will begin his journey in the medical field.

English Premier League keeps fans on edge

The English Premier League is generally considered to be the best football league in the world. It has it all: pace, technicality, skill and some of the best teams and players the globe has to offer. While most EPL seasons are phenomenal, this season could prove to be the most exciting—or excruciating—season yet, depending on…

Zlatan Ibrahimovic of Manchester United shows disappointment after a loss to Chelsea in the English Premier League soccer match on Sunday Oct. 23. The remainder of the season is sure to keep the fans on their toes, as the matchups appear to be unpredictable. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)


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