Why I choose to not support the D.C. football team

Hometown loyalties are less important than standing against racist imagery.

Squash takes victory in first home match

Varsity squash snapped a three match losing streak with a 7-2 win over the University of Western Ontario.

Squash is UR’s secret national star

Squash is a bit of an enigma to many UR students.  A lot of people have no idea how the…

Treatment is different when you’re one of the best

This past Wednesday, LeBron James tested the limits of the rules of basketball.  In the first quarter of a game…

Cez Says: The corporate side of professional sports

When I mention  the New York Yankees and JPMorgan Chase & Co., you probably think of them very differently. While…

Women’s Cross Country ends strong season with 18th place NCAA III finish

The UR Women’s Cross Country team is headed to the NCAA III Championship hosted in Louisville, KY after a 4th place finish in the regional meet. 

Men’s basketball wins cancer fundraiser

The UR Men’s and Women’s basketball teams competed in the annual Mark’s Pizzeria Crosstown Shootout, which pits local teams against each other to raise money for the American Cancer Society. 

You can’t do that, Myles Garrett

Myles Garrett, you just can’t hit someone in the head with a helmet.  I have mixed feelings about fighting in…

The future of classic Tetris

On Oct. 20, 17-year-old Joseph Saelee was crowned Classic Tetris World Champion for the second year running, blazing past a…

Field hockey’s Liberty League championship overshadows early NCAA exit

In a span of five days, UR Field Hockey went from a Liberty League victory to a nail-biting NCAA DIII…