Five panelists for a freshman Orientation presentation found themselves crowded around a smartphone in a compact wing of a stuffy auditorium. The mental health counselor, enrollment advisor, disability services specialist, assistant dean and technology coordinator weren’t reviewing notes or checking… Continue Reading →
Women’s college hockey will have quite a season-opening tournament to drop the puck on what could be the most competitive season in the history of the sport.
Over the past few months, I struck out and applied for full-time jobs in sports journalism for the first time. I thought almost three years of writing for quality publications while juggling an unpredictable full-time job had given me enough… Continue Reading →
Here are my random notes on the Olympic ladies figure skating event, which begins Wednesday. – You may have already heard it mentioned that American Gracie Gold was born in Newton, Massachusetts. In reality, she spent a relatively short time… Continue Reading →