By: Will Clawson ‘14 What’s the point? Fantasy Football woes make for love, hate relationship It is Thanksgiving at my aunt’s house. I start doing a Von Miller sack dance. Why? “Matt Stafford drops back for the pass, looks to the end zone! He fires it in. Calvin Johnson catches it for the touchdown!,” I [...]
By: David Voell ‘15 Dear conspirators of the end of the world, To all of you who believe there will be no Earth on the 22nd of December, the day after the dreaded December 21st, 2012 that is believed to be the end of the world, I say one thing, the only thing that will [...]
BY EMMY EARSOM ’13 This year, Christmas started early. Way, way too early. Now don’t get me wrong; I love the holiday season. Frankly I can’t get enough of the fattening food, the cheesy decorations, the music (more specifically the “crooner-esque” holiday melodies of one Mr. Michael Bublé). And don’t even get me started on [...]
Junior Anthony Fante discusses the various complications that big-league college football programs pose towards NCAA athletes.
Regis Jesuit prides itself on both physical and academic achievement, and where the greatest of our scholars are represented at Baccalaureate and the end of the year assembly, the sports teams are celebrated at the fall and spring pep rallies. But it seems that today’s assembly was rather… undercooked.
Ben Petty ’15 For many years, I have been a music fanatic. Until now, I have been enjoying every piece of music there is available. I’ve been listening to music since my early years; However, I suddenly realized something is wrong. All music is deteriorating from its former glory. The use of autotune and computer [...]
Marko Prizmic ‘ 15 My parents always debate about who is right. “The Republicans did this” or “the Democrats want this,” but to me, it is all an ongoing political game that continues to tear people apart. I try to be involved in this political battle, but soon I am going to lose my mind. [...]