Valentine Quarantine Edition

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By Iretiola B. Bailey – Student Journalist Valentine’s day is creeping upon us. This article is dedicated to couples and friends on how to show love and appreciate each other on Valentine’s Day. This is also your reminder to celebrate while practicing social distancing. I have put together date and gift ideas for you to … Continued

What is Bitcoin and How Does it Work?

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By Erika Mendez – Student Journalist Cryptocurrency is digital money that is stored on a secure computer file, and can be used to buy goods and services, or as popularized with investing. Bitcoin is just one type of crypto to emerge in the last few years.  Bitcoin is a decentralized payment network that is solely … Continued

SuperBowl LV- Brady vs Mahomes: Goat vs Baby Goat

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By Gabriel De Oliveira- Student Journalist After leading their respective teams to wins on Sunday for the Conference Championship for their division to go to SuperBowl LV, Brady and Mahomes created history. For Tom Brady, we saw him win the NFC championship in his first season with the Bucs. It has been 25 years since … Continued

Unresolved Lover’s Quarrel

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By Britley Blessitt – Student Journalist Green cylinders of Heineken beer danced around at the edge of the kitchen table. His half-hearted apology indulged her in his intoxicating bed of lies. Only in the morning, the prey in the spider’s web becomes visible to the human eye. Her worn-out body drew her to the mirror … Continued

Black is Bold

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By Britley Blessitt – Student Journalist I am Black. I am Black and proud. I am a Black woman.  Black is bold.Black is strength.Black is sophisticated. Blood, sweat, tears, It took us years to get hereBut we’re still not really here,Our voices still silenced.  The flame of oppression still burns. The hate they inflict corrupted our hearts and … Continued

Kyrie Irving Saga: Mental Health in Basketball

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By Tyrese Henryel – Co-Sports Editor The Brooklyn Nets have orchestrated one of the biggest trades of this season that may serve to tip the power scale in the NBA. The Nets acquired James Harden in a three-team trade that stripped the Nets of most of their depth, while at the same time added more … Continued

How the NBA Changed the Issue of “Race” in Sports

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By Gabriel De Oliveira- Student Journalist Sports is a beautiful thing. Millions of people use sports as a way to escape from reality and live in the shoes of famous athletes and professional players. However, what happens when sports mixes with the real world and brings awareness to things a lot of people close their … Continued

NFL Conference Championships Games Preview

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By Gabe De Oliveira – Student Journalist Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Green Bay Packers Brady vs Rodgers: two future first-ballot Hall of Famers with legendary talent will lead their respective teams into battle for the spot to play in Super Bowl LV (55). Rodgers finally gets his wish of playing a home conference championship game … Continued

Sarah Thomas Provides Hope For Women In Sports

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By Edwin Duodu – Sports Editor Sarah Thomas, an official for the NFL, made history a couple of days ago when she was selected as one of the officials to be working the Super Bowl. For years the position was a predominantly white male occupation. However, it eventually changed and slowly integrated African Americans, creating … Continued

The Lotto Gamechanger

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By Britley Blessitt – Student Journalist Two weeks ago, I waited in the car and watched through the window as my mom played lotto in a crowded deli. In a dangerous pandemic with a massive jackpot, my mom must have been feeling lucky. She took all the necessary precautions. My mother wore thick gloves, two … Continued