Swim Teams Adapt to Maskless Restrictions

A Masters student swims alone in one lane during an afternoon practice.
Sabrina Wolfson, Opinion Editor January 6, 2021

Fuller breaks barrier in Power 5 football game debut

Sarah Fuller, the first woman to play in a Power 5 football game, dons a helmet decal saying,
Kira Ratan, Features Lead Editor December 30, 2020

PE co-curriculars go online

Senior Max Miller lifts weights during his PE co-curricular after school. Virtual students only have a choice of yoga or PE to fulfill their athletic requirement
George Chang, Photo Editor December 16, 2020

It’s not a real team without real competition

Kwynne Schlossman'22, Franny Mann'21, Rachel Schwartz'21, and Rowan MchWhinnie'22 celebrating a victory against Sacred Heart, during their fall 2019 season.
Kwynne Schlossman, Web and Social Media Manager December 15, 2020

A life worth living: Travis Roy’s story

Travis Roy (left) as a young hockey player at Boston University. Roy's injury occurred 11 seconds into his college hockey career and caused his paralyzation. Roy (right) living a happy and positive live after his injury.
Ethan Schlapp, Lead Sports Editor November 13, 2020

Opinion: Cancel the 2020 NFL season

The National Football League (NFL) and NFL Players Association recently announced plans to test players and personnel daily for two weeks when training camp begins. As people across the U.S. still struggle to get tested for COVID-19 and receive results in a timely fashion, the NFL should not be diverting resources away from the general public.
Logan Schiciano, New Ventures Editor July 22, 2020
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