Have you ever dreamed about getting to play for a D1 college? Starting off high school playing soccer as a freshman, junior Etinosa “ET” Reuben never would’ve imagined the 11 Division I offers he would be receiving after putting on his football pads sophomore year. “I stopped playing soccer because I
The president of the University of Missouri, Timothy M. Wolfe, resigned Monday morning. Wolfe resigned after a series of racial incidents. The racial incidents started in September when a student said that he was called a “n-word” by a group of men in a pick-up truck. The incidents continued when a
The first College Football Playoff rankings were released Tuesday night. There were many surprises, Alabama back into playoff position at the number four spot. The rankings left both Baylor and TCU out of the top ten, numbers six and eight respectively. Harrison Feaster, soph., said, “I think that the committee generally
Some South seniors are very confident with where they’re going, why they’re going , when they’re going, and their majors.
College is just around the corner and deadlines are coming up. Probably one of the biggest contracts regarding a students college life is their housing contract.
A lot of things come to mind when someone says the word “March.” People think of spring, rain, spring break, warm weather and the month. But when some may think of spring and all of its benefits when it comes to March, but others think of something completely different; college basketball.