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Poet Lemon Andersen debuts new LeBron poem (with video)

By Terry Rabbitts, [email protected] September 28, 2015

Sunday night at E.J. Thomas Hall, poet Lemon Andersen introduced a follow up to "Rubber City Soul", a poem he wrote for Nike for LeBron James. Andersen's work as a poet has been featured many times...

In his conversation with Kristen Ledlow, LeBron revealed each shoe will have the word Akronite printed on it.

King James stops home

By Terry Rabbitts, [email protected] September 27, 2015

LeBron James and Nike unveiled the new LeBron 13 shoe in a private event tonight at The University of Akron’s E.J. Thomas Hall. The shoe was revealed just a day before the Cavaliers hold media day in...

UA world champion pole vaulter Shawn Barber has decided to turn pro.

Zips’ Shawn Barber signs pro contract

By Terry Rabbitts, Sports Editor September 2, 2015

Shawn Barber, the University of Akron’s world champion pole vaulter, has decided to skip his final year of eligibility and turn professional. Barber, from Kingwood, Texas, has signed a professional...

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