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Articles by Joe Diehl (17)


Diehl ’18: Picking an English Premier League team — part two

October 2, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Last week, I tackled the first five English Premier League teams. This week, I’ll cover seven more teams with more cynicism and even cruder assessments.


Diehl ’18: Picking an English Premier League team

September 25, 2015 Comments are Disabled

It’s September, the NFL — and fantasy football — season is underway, and it’s time for me to write an article about … the English Premier League?


Diehl ’18: Cinderellas in the Big Dance — this year’s upset predictions

March 20, 2015 Comments are Disabled

I will foolishly publish these picks on Friday morning, leaving myself at the mercy of every pick I get wrong. Let the Madness begin!


Diehl ’18: Quick slants — Your go-to guide for NFL free agency

March 15, 2015 Comments are Disabled

NFL free agency is an overrated time period in which experts and fans overreact to teams overpaying players to lure them away from their previous homes.

Experienced restaurant owner Susan Alper frequently draws on her past successes and mishaps to shape Clean Plate’s ever-changing menu.

Arts & Culture

At the table with Susan Alper

November 21, 2014 Comments are Disabled

A self-described “passionate lunatic about food,” Susan Alper spoke with The Herald to share the sources of her enthusiasm for the kitchen.

Ebola is “a disease of health care systems,” said Adam Levine, assistant professor of emergency medicine and a member of Thursday’s panel.

University News

Faculty members discuss Ebola’s effects

November 14, 2014 1 comment

Ebola and its epidemiological, political and cultural consequences took the stage during a multi-disciplinary panel.

University News

Students establish Black Ivy Coalition

October 8, 2014 Comments are Disabled

Responding to the recent deaths of Michael Brown, Eric Garner and Ezell Ford at the hands of police, students on Ivy League campuses have mobilized.