American athletes walk into the Opening Ceremony led by flag bearer Erin Hamlin who competed in Luge.

The Wait is Over: PyeongChang 2018 Has Begun

Sarah Dewolfe| Staff Writer It’s been a long four years for fans of the Winter Olympics, but that doesn’t compare to the wait for almost 3,000 Olympic athletes from 92 countries around the world competing in this year’s games. For some, the road to PyeongChang began when they first learned[Read More…]

Nick Foles, named Super Bowl MVP, holds up the Lombardi trophy, the first for both himself and the Eagles franchise.

A Super Bowl Like No Other

Sarah DeWolfe | Staff Writer Super Bowl LII was just as historic as Super Bowl LI, but why was there so much more to the game this time around? There are so many questions and not enough answers. But I do know that when the Eagles squared up against the[Read More…]

by February 20, 2018 0 comments Check It Out, Competition, Events, Nation, Sports

Super Bowl LII Commercials

By Kerry Hayes | Staff Writer The Super Bowl may have been last week, but everyone seems to still be talking about the best part of the night: the commercials. While it was an exciting game, and Justin Timberlake gave an amazing performance (despite the lack of an NYSNC* reunion), the[Read More…]

by February 13, 2018 0 comments Check It Out, Sports, Uncategorized
Paul Pierce was drafted 10th over all by the Celtics in 1998 out of the University of Kansas.

You Want the Truth?

By Sarah DeWolfe | Staff Writer Exactly one year ago, I got the once in a lifetime chance to be at the TD Garden for a Celtics-Clippers game, where a Boston legend would step foot onto the parquet floor for one last time, surrounded by the fans and the city[Read More…]

by February 6, 2018 0 comments Sports
Seahawk Ice Hockey Is Finally Upon Us

Seahawk Ice Hockey Is Finally Upon Us

By Sarah DeWolfe | Staff Writer Winter is coming, and with the cold comes the memorable chill of the ice hockey rink where the Salve Regina Men and Women’s Ice Hockey teams will be playing all season long. Both teams have skated into their respective seasons, learning from their early mistakes[Read More…]

by December 12, 2017 Comments are Disabled Campus, Sports