Despite the increasingly positive response to the women of the world who are speaking up and the unending support and encouragement from fellow victims, the momentum has hushed the voices of men who have been victims of sexual violence themselves.
Holiday stress is stealing our joy
This holiday season, take the time to reflect honestly on what is the most important to you during the holidays.
Time management for student athletes
“Something I have learned over many years is that you need to do it well, meaning you need to find what works best for you. Whether if it is taking a break between assignments or working on one subject a time, find your strengths and weaknesses,” -Camy Aguinaldo
Men’s basketball stomps Pacific 123-98
“Obviously when you play against a pressing team you need to take care of the basketball and you will get good percentage shots,” said Whitworth head coach Matt Logie “We got a little sloppy late in the first half, but really tightened things up in the second half and played well.”
Apple Cup re-cap
With freezing temperatures and snow, this game had weather advantage written all over it.
Advanced metrics: aid or distract?
Professional sports general managers should definitely factor analytics into their decisions because they have proven to be huge factors in making winning teams, but it shouldn’t change your base instinct on when to play a star in a big game.
[Kwanzaa is an] African American holiday rooted in African cultures. The idea is to remember the routes, culture and history of African Americans.
The event gave students a break from academic work and a chance to support their peers that played on stage.
History club re-charter
“Interest in the club never really died…functionally, students were still getting together and doing things socially,” she said.
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald review
“It is good writing for every character to clearly want something…but the way those characters bounced around in circles getting to those goals could be frustrating at times and slowed down the pace.” -Austin Casey