It’s official: Arsene Wenger is leaving Arsenal Football Club, and all that feels appropriate is to let out a sigh and say “finally.” This is no coronation, no swan song, no ride off into a sunset. However, this isn’t exactly a desecration either. Aaron Eckhart’s Harvey Dent said it
Sometimes when life gets boring, it’s good to break up old habits. Tired of doing the same thing over and over? Try something new! Even going back to your old ways may create a spark for you. Look no further than the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees.
We’ve finally made it to mid-April, which means my favorite postseason in all of professional sports has arrived: the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Nothing beats the NHL postseason. In single game, the tension is palpable, as any sort of mistake or stroke of luck can lead to agony or joy. With
After almost a solid month of buzzer-beaters, blowouts, memes, and a nun who probably overstayed her welcome in the national spotlight, March Madness is finally over. We can roll out the “One Shining Moment” video and hit all the memorable highlights from the tournament. Remember how those valiant UMBC
Springtime is officially upon us. While the trees are blooming and 5C students are no longer worrying about “cold weather,” spring really means one thing: baseball is back. Coming off one of the most entertaining World Series of all time, the MLB had a quiet offseason. With a weak
Madness and March, you’ve heard it all before. Any cliché to describe the atmosphere of the NCAA tournament annually, and this year specifically, would just feel tired at this point. Sorry to be the downer. Let me backpedal for a second. Last week was insanity. What we saw across
After splitting the first two games of a series against the University of La Verne (7-5, 7-2 SCIAC) March 3 and 4, starting pitcher Konnor Kwok CM ’20 looked to give the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps baseball team (10-7, 4-2 SCIAC) a series win over the Leopards in the rubber match Sunday afternoon.
During the first quarter of a Monday Night Football game last December, the Cincinnati Bengals were driving against their rivals, the Pittsburgh Steelers. On a 2nd and 5 inside the Steelers’ half, Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton threw a short pass to Josh Malone. Looking to stop the wideout short
It’s no surprise that in Los Angeles, the land of cinema and Hollywood, the NBA’s stars shone bright this weekend. After days of press conferences that players used to speak out on political issues and give hints about the looming free agent class this summer, we finally arrived to
Last Saturday evening, as I sat down to eat dinner at a restaurant in the Village, I looked up at the television and was confused. I asked my friend why NBC would show what I believed to be competitive speed skating on a random Saturday night past their prime