2024 NFL Draft Preview

As the 2024 NFL Draft closes in, the war rooms of all 32 teams are buzzing with anticipation. This draft is set to be a very competitive one in terms of offensive talent, particularly at the quarterback position, with many mock drafts projecting four of the top ten selections to be quarterbacks. These standouts include […]

Boston Bruins 2024 Trade Deadline Review

Following a particularly rough February for the Boston Bruins, who lost 8 of 12 in the month, they were expected to make a splash before the NHL’s March 8 trade deadline. However, the team, for the first time in years, stood pat. Ahead of the deadline, many rumors were afoot, concerning a potential jolt the […]

Hockey Canada Athletes Surrender in Sexual Assault Case

TRIGGER WARNING: This article will discuss matters pertaining to sexual assault. Five professional hockey players have officially taken leaves of absence from their respective teams: New Jersey Devils’ Cal Foote (he/him) and Michael McLeod (he/him), Philadelphia Flyers’ Carter Hart (he/him), Calgary Flames’ Dillon Dube (he/him), and Swiss HC Ambri-Piotta’ and former Ottawa Senator Alex Formenton […]

Gaming Industry Layoffs Continue Into 2024

The gaming industry is experiencing a falter. Continuing the trend from the past year, over 6,000 workers have lost their jobs for major companies such as Microsoft and Unity. With the world only being into 2024 for a few weeks and 2023’s layoffs in gaming being over 10,000 through the entire year, it raises the […]

Bill Belichick And A Future of Uncertainty

After a 24-year tenure as the head coach of the New England Patriots, Bill Belichick (he/him) finds himself between jobs. After a vicious “Black Monday” (the first day after the end of the NFL regular season, when various head coaches get fired), there were seven different head coaching opportunities for Belichick to potentially fill. However, […]

Bruins Maintain Excellence Without Top Defensemen

The Boston Bruins rang in Halloween byL delivering a scare to their fanbase: they would be without their top defensive pair of Matt Grzelcyk (he/him) and Charlie McAvoy (he/him) for roughly two weeks. Both played their last game on October 30th against the Florida Panthers before exiting early; Grzelcyk due to a lower-body injury, and […]

A Recent History of the Speaker of the House

With the election of the United States’ Speaker Of The House, Representative Mike Johnson (he/him)(R-LA-4), being finalized on October 25th, it’s important to understand the recent history of the position. While they have each been contentious, the previous three speakers present a fair analysis of what to expect out of a Republican-led House.  Johnson is […]

Belichick’s Bad Power Balancing

In the midst of a poor 2-5 start to the New England Patriots’ NFL season, long-time Head Coach Bill Belichick (he/him) has found himself on the hot seat. Whereas many sports franchises have separate people for the roles of general manager and head coach, Belichick is one of the few to do both. He has […]

Kaiser Permanente Workers Lead Historic Strike

In the wake of one of the largest summers for labor activism in the history of the U.S., healthcare workers have become a part of the movement. Kaiser Permanente is one of the largest healthcare companies in the United States, and on the 4th of October, over 75,000 workers went on strike in the eight […]