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Matsuyama looking good in green

Master’s winner, Hideki Matsuyama, had tears in his eyes walking off the 18th green. His caddie, Shota Hayafuji, collected the 18th hole’s flagstick as a…

Kickboxing is a hit

Grins beam from faces drenched in sweat. Music energizes the kickboxers. They perform sidekicks and punch their fists in sync, making the ground below them…

Rebrand: Kissing pom poms goodbye

There will be an absence of burgundy and gold pom poms on the football fields. They have been hastily replaced by a coed dance team.…

Coronavirus on the court: Lin speaks out

Since the beginning of last March, there has been a rise of bigotry towards Asian-Americans. One of the best-known players in basketball, Jeremy Lin, is…

Robert Saleh: Religion and legacies

Robert Saleh was named the new head coach for the New York Jets and is making history as the first Muslim to lead a team…

How HPE influences students

Every student at Oral Roberts University has to take a Health Physical Education class each semester. This is part of what sets ORU apart from…

1st woman to free-climb El Capitan

34-year-old Emily Harrington of Tahoe City, California became the first woman  and the fourth person ever to free-climb the notorious El Capitan route in a…

Battle of champions

 On Oct 17 the Los Angeles Lakers were named the NBA champions after defeating the Miami Heat 106-93 in game six of the NBA Finals.…