By Daniel Enjamio, Santa Fe College
For Dragons looking to combine their love for Harry Potter with a need for exercise, the solution was obvious.
On a campus overrun by the marauding rodents, one student group has decided to embrace their fuzzy foes.
Though Fernandez’ journey toward opportunity was uniquely Miami, the joy he accompanied it with was uniquely his.
It’s only two weeks in, but they might already be on the way out.
After all, protests are meant to disturb the status quo.
Not only are Republicans fighting a losing battle, they’re alienating youth and minority voters, thereby ensuring their future unpopularity.
Though torn apart by racial and religious strain at home, the games are a reminder that our country’s advantage is its diversity.
These teams have set the stage for their own success, even if no one else knows it yet.
Exactly what point in time does he want to go back to?
The man who turned Miami into a basketball town is leaving. Here’s what fans have to say.
As Patrick Claybon puts it, the only thing that has changed is that there are more cameras.
Fans and critics alike denigrate superstar athletes for failing to win a championship, then turn around and denounce their attempts to win one.
The “30 for 30” documentary situates the murder in the context of ‘90’s Los Angeles and the psyche of Simpson.
Though not ready quite yet, the Timberwolves, Magic and Nuggets all have promising futures in the seasons to come.
Most of us never saw Ali box, and many only recognize his late, wizened figure, but the example of his conviction rings truer now than ever.
The image, which juxtaposed her lavish vacation against the poverty of Cuba, reflects the fundamental problem with romanticizing the country.
Reducing Marley to a marijuana icon belittles the impact of a musician some have called the ‘most important artist of the 20th century.’
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