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The Invisible Color on the Ice

Jackie Robinson is known as the man who broke the color barrier in professional baseball. Although major elite sports like baseball, football and basketball are integrated and diverse, hockey still has a way to go. The National Hockey League has always been a predominately white sport throughout the years and there has never been a … Continue reading

Hockey’s Rise and Fall

Not since the 1980 miracle on ice have American fans been so mesmerized by a hockey team. Everything was going perfectly until Canadian Sydney Crosby netted an overtime winner in the 2010 gold medal match. With 12:20 remaining in overtime Jarome Iginla delivered a spectacular near blind pass to a streaking Sidney Crosby who put … Continue reading

Girls Following Fashion Continue Leggings-As-Pants Trend

Can leggings be worn as pants–or should they be saved for 80’s workout videos? Girl Wearing Leggings as Pants The 80’s were a time the of Sony Walkmen, Duran Duran, and leggings. Leggings were a big fashion statement during the 80’s, with a very important distinction compared to today–they were a replacement for pants. The … Continue reading

Hellish Cruise

Aliyah Huntley Media Writing February 28, 2013 Professor Bohn Hellish Cruise A ship by the name of Carnival Triumph was stranded in the Gulf of Mexico with thousands of people aboard earlier this month. The passengers were forced to stay on the ship for five days. On February seventh, two thousand thirteen, the Carnival Triumph … Continue reading

Can You Hear the Sound of Hysteria

Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong returns to the music scene after his on stage breakdown. Punk band Green Day has a comeback brewing after frontman Billie Joe Armstong’s struggle with substance abuse halted the hype on their albums’ launches and delayed their North American tour. The group was meant to end 2012 in a huge … Continue reading

Thousands Rally at Nations Capital to Protest Pipeline

People from all over the country gather in front of the white house to let Obama know they will not stand for the production of the Keystone XL Pipeline February 17th, an estimated 40,000 protesters rallied at the White House against the production of the Keystone XL Pipeline. The Keystone Pipeline is a system of … Continue reading

IKEA stops serving meatballs in Sweden

Since it is known that horse meat has been found in meatballs served at IKEA in the Czech Republic, the furniture retailer now stops all selling and serving of meatballs in Sweden. Not yet have traces of horse been found in the meat at Swedish IKEA restaurants, but is has been found in products of … Continue reading

The Point of No Return?

After being charged with premeditated murder of his girlfriend, the status of Oscar Pistorius’ future is brought into question.  Athletes seem to dodge scandals, but it will be interesting to see if murder, even in self defense, is something that he can get past. How big of a controversy is needed to keep an athlete … Continue reading

Stephen Curry shines in record-breaking performance

Golden State Warrior guard Stephen Curry put on one of the season’s most memorable performances last night at Madison Square Garden, making a career-high 54 points and a franchise-record 11 three-pointers against the Knicks. After Warrior forward David Lee was suspended from a scuffle in Indiana two nights ago, it was obvious Golden State would … Continue reading

The Last of a Dying Breed

Once upon a time, the titans of racing consisted of a few passionate men making cars out of their shed’s. They made them not for money or fame but for the love of speed and of driving. The cars were not merely modes of transportation but extensions of themselves and expressions of their passions for … Continue reading

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