Fall sports spring into the offseason

By Hank Wickley Sports Writer Spring has arrived. The clocks have all changed, the snow is finally beginning to melt, and the fall sports are in the midst of spring ball. Football, volleyball and men’s and women’s soccer are all undergoing their offseason tradition of spring ball. This time consists of practices, work in the... Continue Reading →

Students take on March Madness

By Joelle Fisher Sports Writer All sports fanatics’ favorite time of year, the infamous month of upsets and ruined brackets, has crept upon us. March Madness is now in full swing for Division I NCAA basketball teams and their fans. Although watching the games on television is entertaining on its own, a few of our... Continue Reading →

It’s time to take video games seriously

By Samantha Anteau Staff Writer When I first started playing video games in earnest,  my mother was completely perplexed. Her perplexity grew as I continued to spend hours and hours of my life on one game, Mass Effect.   “I don’t know how you can sit around just shooting people for hours,” she’d say. This is... Continue Reading →

Musgraves, Morris realize country’s potential

By Paige Daniel Thoughts Editor Up-and-coming country artists are often overlooked because of the stark divide between fans of country and fans of, well, every other genre of music.  Two country artists, Kacey Musgraves and Maren Morris, exemplify the arguably necessary shift in country music toward pop, while also underscoring its potential for crossover appeal.  ... Continue Reading →

Senior art students showcase talent

By Cassie Florian Staff Writer Since early this year, Senior art students have been working on their senior show thesis exhibitions which were put on display on Mar. 19.   This show, which will have a Thesis Review Apr. 7 from 2-5 p.m. and a Gala Reception which will be on Apr. 8 3-5 p.m., is... Continue Reading →

Riggs named MIAA Player of the Week

By Hank Wickley Sports Writer You can’t hit what you can’t see.   Scot pitcher Josh Riggs (‘20) threw a near-perfect game recently in a 2-0 victory over Hanover College.  Allowing only two hits and leaving the opponent scoreless, Rigss dominated the game from start to finish.   Throwing 98 pitches and 76 strikes, there weren’t many... Continue Reading →

Swim’s Flatoff supported by teammates

By Joelle Fisher Sports Writer Being on a team isn’t just about helping each other win games. The swim and dive team has demonstrated this first hand with its support for fellow teammate, Elizabeth Flatoff (’20), who is in the process of recovering from the removal of three tumors.     “Teammates become your family so quickly,... Continue Reading →

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