2014 Winter Olympics

 
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How we will remember the Sochi Olympics

By Lynde Langdon
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2014 Winter Olympics | The giant, Gummi-esque bear that served as the Sochi games mascot has shed a tear and blown out the flaming cauldron, signaling the end of the 2014 Winter…

Bucket List Books: Tolstoy’s <em>Death of Ivan Ilyich</em>

Bucket List Books: Tolstoy’s Death of Ivan Ilyich

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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Books | With the Winter Olympics taking place in Sochi the past two weeks, it’s a good time to reflect on the fact that some of the world’s best novelists come…

U.S.-Canadian hockey semifinal: A rivalry with respect

By Andrew Branch
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2014 Winter Olympics | RALEIGH, N.C.—Fans across the continent embraced Friday’s men’s hockey semifinal between Canada and Team USA at the Sochi Olympics. Canadian Prime…

The gold that got away

By Andrew Branch
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2014 Winter Olympics | Canadians rally late to beat the United States in women’s hockey

Forgotten Russian figure skater steals gold

By Andrew Branch
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2014 Winter Olympics | It was a tense moment at the Iceberg Skating Palace, but when the final scores flashed on the screen, the crowd went wild. Russia's Adelina Sotnikova had…

Midday Roundup: Her body’s in Sochi, her heart is in Ukraine

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | In protest. Ukrainian skier Bogdana Matsotska has withdrawn from the Olympics to protest the deaths of anti-government protesters in her country. The…

U.S. bobsledders are gonna ‘Wolfpack it’

By Andrew Branch
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2014 Winter Olympics | Two U.S. women’s bobsled teams achieved medal position Tuesday after heats at the rainy Sanki Sliding Center at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

Time to scrap the Olympics

By D.C. Innes
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2014 Winter Olympics | So as we slide through the second and final week of another Olympics, hasn’t it been entertaining? Wild dogs, ugly sweaters, and bad snow. But remind me,

Your guide to the Olympics at the halfway point

By Andrew Branch & Lynde Langdon
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2014 Winter Olympics | One week into the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, controversy has given way to sport. Fears of terrorism have been assuaged as tens of thousands…

Saving souls in Sochi

By Andrew Branch
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2014 Winter Olympics | Evangelicals make gospel inroads at the Olympics

American curling’s old-school Olympians

By Andrew Branch
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2014 Winter Olympics | The United States Men’s Curling team finally got its first win Wednesday in Sochi. So far, the 2014 winter games have not gone well for the American…

A wild ride from homeschool to Sochi

By Andrew Branch
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2014 Winter Olympics | Some of the biggest stories in the first days of the Olympics have come from first-ever Olympic events and first-ever Olympians like Sage Kotsenburg, a…

 
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