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2020 NBA Bubble Success

Published 5m ago -

Seth Bogoslofski, Staff Writer When Utah Jazz Center Rudy Gobert first tested positive for COVID-19 mid-game, the NBA season immediately entered a hiatus. The world had just begun to begin a spiral of shutdowns and climbing infection rates that would mark the... More »

Stephen Black: The Leading Opponent

Published 6m ago -

Joe Letizio Arts and En­ter­tain­ment ed­i­tor  Getting to live in Singapore was also a very unique experience. As he always wanted to live and work in Asia after I graduated, so this opportunity was a dream come true. – STEPHEN BLACK – R... More »

The Masters: 2020 Edition

Published 8m ago -

Kyle Sorgi, Staff Writer “A tradition unlike any other,” says sports broadcasting icon Jim Nantz, is one way to describe the annual Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Its rich history, dreamy foliage on Magnolia Lane and... More »

Rays vs. Dodgers: World Series Analysis

Published 9m ago -

Kyle Sorgi, Staff Writer Major League Baseball (MLB), like every other sport, had a completely different feel in 2020 than any other season. Not only was its regular season condensed from 162 to 60 games, but the playoffs welcomed six more teams than usual aft... More »

COVID-19 and Sports

Published 10m ago -

Kyle Sorgi, Staff Writer The world had to hit the pause button for several aspects of daily life when COVID-19 first introduced itself. However, sports have rebounded surprisingly well through either resuming an ongoing season, rescheduling an upcoming slate,... More »

“Six Feet of Sunshine” vs. Six Feet Apart

Published 10m ago -

Timothy Forde, Staff Writer On September 6th, 2020, Kerri Walsh Jennings posted on Instagram.   Her lengthy post began with her apologizing ahead of time for how her “intention is NEVER to hurt or disrespect.”  However, it seemed that she was well a... More »

To My Beloved Greyhounds:

Published 11m ago -

                                              Gina Savino, Editor-in-Chief / Sports & News Editor This is not the end. My last column of the year in the Spring was titled this. At the time, I obviously had no idea that I would be lo... More »


This is Not the End

Published 1y ago -

Gina Savino, Sports Editor Hey Hounds. Just like that, the spring semester is over. With that being said, sports all around have been put on hold. Here at Assumption, our spring sports were not able to play this season. For seniors, they have lost their last ... More »


Historic Daytona 500 Ends in Horrific Crash

Published 1y ago -

Domenico Colace, Online Editor The 62nd running of the Daytona 500 took place over the two days of Sunday, February 16 and Monday, February 17. The Daytona 500 is the not only the first race of the NASCAR season, but it is often touted as the “Super Bowl of... More »


Men’s Lacrosse Spring Preview

Published 1y ago -

Ryan Morgera, Staff Writer This winter has seemed to have come and gone, and it’s beginning to look and feel a lot like lacrosse season. After one of their better seasons in recent history, the men’s lacrosse team here at Assumption is ready to rock and r... More »