Staff Picks

  • Sara Friedland
    Published 24 days ago
    Becoming A NARP

    Becoming A NARP

    Background
  • Jord Tury
    Published 2 months ago
    The Skate Bible: Origins (1950 - 1975)

    The Skate Bible: Origins (1950 - 1975)

    Okay, so picture this. It's the early 1950's. You're in California standing over a golden beach and ocean of opportunity. You're clutching on to your surfboard with your soul in the sea and your eyes dazzling beneath the glimmer of the sun. But, those waves you're planning on riding – they're nowhere to be seen. The sea is settled and you're left wandering aimlessly with a thirst for the adrenaline coursing from the depths of the deep blue. You're drifting away into mindless boredom – and you need an escape. You need something fresh and exciting to kill the bad vibe and fill you with ecstasy.
  • John Tasci
    Published 2 months ago
    Who Will Win The Super Bowl? Which Team Has The Advantage?

    Who Will Win The Super Bowl? Which Team Has The Advantage?

    The first Super Bowl of the decade and hopefully the best in history. Super Bowl LIV is not looking to disappoint the fans. Kansas City Chiefs led by Patrick Mahomes and the 49ers led by their top defense, this will be a very fun game to watch. Now the big question. Who will will? I will be going into the statistic of each team and how each team has the advantage. Read more to see who should win the Super Bowl.
  • Jonathan Reed
    Published 2 months ago
    'Mamba' In

    'Mamba' In

    “Mamba out.”
  • Shandon Pendleton
    Published 3 months ago
    2019-2020 Utah Jazz in Review

    2019-2020 Utah Jazz in Review

    We are nearing the end of 2019 and the Utah Jazz are currently sitting at 20-12, good for 6th place in the West. Honestly, this year has not been what I had expected for the Jazz. Lots of ups and downs with the team, but in general, I am satisfied and believe that if the Jazz can keep it up, they have a shot of making the Western Conference Finals. Let's take a look at what this year has been like.
  • Jordan Long
    Published 4 months ago
    Thumbs Up

    Thumbs Up

    In the summer of 2015 I took an internship in rural Vermont. Living on my own for the first time, I made sure to bring all the essentials for a summer of learning and growth; lots of non-perishable food items, sunblock, and most importantly my waterski. The internship site resided 400 yards shy of placid Lake Fairlee, and I hoped there might be a generous boater willing to give me a pull.
  • Adrian Holman
    Published 5 months ago
    KO's from UFC 244

    KO's from UFC 244

    Whenever the Ultimate Fighting Championships (UFC) comes to Madison Square Garden, they always pack the card with very good fights from top to bottom. The UFC 244 event this past Saturday night did not disappoint because there were seven KO's or TKO's out of the twelve fights that were in the early preliminary bouts, in the preliminary bouts, and in the main card. Without further ado, let us take a look at the stoppages.
  • Brad Gould
    Published 5 months ago
    5 Tips to Run Faster and Avoid Shin Splints

    5 Tips to Run Faster and Avoid Shin Splints

    As someone with firsthand experience, I can confirm that shin splints are a huge pain both physically and figuratively. When I began running track in high school, shin splints were the number one biggest complaint from my peers and the most common reason for my teammates to sit out of practices and meets. I assumed that shin splints were an inevitable reality of being an athlete, so I never thought about ways to avoid them. When I first got shin splints in my sophomore year of high school, I realized just how disruptive they are and how much of a damper they can put not just on an athlete’s career, but in all aspects of life. So I set out to do some research and see what I could do to prevent ever having to deal with shin splints again, and I’m going to share what I know with you today.
  • Rick Beneteau
    Published 8 months ago
    The Ungiven Gift

    The Ungiven Gift

    He was pencil thin and walked with a limp. A thirteen year-old boy with huge yearning eyes, who was always an unlucky patient on the children's floor of the hospital, where my youngest daughter was all too often incarcerated. Curtis had sickle cell anemia, an incurable, painful, and terminal disease that plagues young people of African descent.