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Sport Leagues Adopt Varying COVID-19 Protocols

By Harry Posner ‘24, Staff Writer The relationship between sports and COVID-19 has been a rocky one. While the various sports leagues have enacted safety measures to reduce COVID rates, all sports teams continue to engage in some questionable practices which have disrupted the standard routines in the sports world. […]

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Steelers Handle COVID Adversity Perfectly

By Felix Harari ‘24, Staff Writer The Pittsburgh Steelers are no strangers to adversity. In recent years, they have lost Antonio Brown and Le’veon Bell (two of the three “Killer Bees”), suffered from the tragic passing of wide receiver coach Daryl Drake, and lost their 37-year-old franchise quarterback, Ben Rothlesberger, […]

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Sports Preview: What’s Coming Up?

By Ariel Plevan ‘23, Assistant Sports Editor A few weeks ago, the National Basketball Association (NBA) season ended with an amazing final series between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Miami Heat, and the Major League Baseball (MLB) World Series concluded. There are going to be some key dates in […]

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By Sophie Rasol ‘22, Sports Editor    Naomi Osaka, a professional tennis player who represented Japan in the 2020 U.S. Open, advocated for the Black Lives Matter (BLM) move ment during her matches by wearing masks featuring the names of Black victims of racial injustice. In 2019, the U.S. Open was […]

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Takeaways From the NBA Bubble

By Jared Levy ‘23, Contributing  Writer  The National Basketball Association (NBA) is evolving and thriving  from the direction it’s headed. In the  midst of this pandemic, Adam Silver,  the commissioner of the NBA, perfectly executed a well thought-out  plan for reopening that has led to  plenty of action-filled basketball for  […]