The Innovative Truth of Modern Sports

STAFF WRITER BRYAN ALBARRAN As the world becomes more innovative, it is no surprise that technology continues to improve the quality of sports. From an athlete’s health to the accuracy of a game, institutionalists have been constantly designing innovations to help athletes worldwide, which can be clearly seen when examining the sport of football. As people become more accustomed to

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The Future of Sports Is Online

ANTHONY NASSER SPORTS EDITOR Imagine a world where scoring a touchdown in a heated game of football is just as respected as a gamer who recently won an online tournament. Esports is a form of professional gaming that is often very similar to traditional sports. With an increase of interest in Esports, this may soon become a reality. Although professional

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Sportsmanship is Crucial in Sports

JEFFREY GIBSON STAFF WRITER Sports players around the nation usually decide whether or not they want to remain selfless at the end of a game. The real question is if sportsmanship has a damaging effect on that of professional and high school sports. As everyone can agree, both high school and professional players exhibit violent behaviors and irrational name-calling during

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THAI TOGETHER: Whose Limit is it Anyways?

BRIANA THAI Staff Writer According to LA Times, on Sept. 27, quarterback Shane Morris of University of Michigan (UM) looked disoriented after a hard hit, but he continued to play. He took a break but was back in play without the approval of the team’s doctors. The following Monday, UM officials released that he distressed a “probable mild concussion” along

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Commentary: Mandatory Punishments in Donald Sterling Scandal

WESLEY TSAI Staff Writer African-Americans dealt with racism from the 1600s to the 1900s and while it is the 21st century, there are still a few who continue to be prejudiced against minorities. Donald Sterling, former owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, was caught in a controversy when he made a phone call to his mistress, V. Stiviano. According to

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T.K.O:The Kevin Opinion-Bullying is Child’s Play…Even for Adults

KEVIN KONG Sports Editor “Boys will be boys.” Judging by the controversy in the Miami Dolphins’ organization, it seems that the old saying doesn’t only apply to boys. The National Football League (NFL) has been conducting an investigation in which veteran Richie Incognito has been accused of harassing teammate Jonathan Martin. However, in sports and in other aspects of life,

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