Legends in the making: Interview with CATSOC’s Drew Ludwig

If one word comes to mind right now when you think of Men’s CATSOC, it would probably be “legendary”. This year the varsity team made it farthest in the playoffs since 2005, a monumental achievement, but suffered a devastating 2-1 loss to Cardinal Gibbons this past Tuesday. Regardless, the team performed incredibly and put on quite a show; their passion

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March madness 2021

Friday March 13th, 2020, was a very memorable day. The pandemic took control and shut everything down. This was just one week before March Madness, one of the most watched tournaments in all of sports, was scheduled to take place. After a few modifications, they finally cancelled it, bringing sadness to many. This week though, one year later, the March

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The Argument Over Whether or Not College Athletes Should Be Paid

 It is a known fact that college sports generate billions of dollars for schools, networks, and corporate sponsors. Everyone involved is making money off of college athletics except the athletes, the people that make the entire industry possible. There is a current debate going on in the sports industry that has college sports fans heated in regards to the push

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How all students might return back in person completely.

Many students have already returned to school in person via cohorts. Doing a rotation every week, for every three weeks. With fourth and fifth graders going back March 15th, they are making progress with getting students back into in person learning. They want to allow most high school and middle school students to finish school in person completely. There’s been

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