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NBA Draft Lottery: Followup

Conner Lusk and Zach Phillips

May 23, 2019

On May 14, we delved into the 2018 NBA draft, highlighting the fact that while the worst teams in the NBA had a good shot at the first draft pick, it was no sure thing. By the end of that article, we were left questioning whether the NBA's actions to promote a competitive game really did the oppos...

Tennis Tension

Tennis Tension

Lauren Daniel, Mallory Kuppe, and Nathan Ellisen

December 3, 2018

As Serena Williams comes off the court in her flamboyant, black panther-esque outfit, she is unaware of the controversy that would inevitably ensue. Williams’ outfit, a design solely meant to maintain her health after struggling to give birth to her first child, has sparked a debate about the trad...

World Cup Predictions

Matan Ziv, Jared Wulbrun, Eric Aboytes

May 22, 2018

The 2018 World Cup is fast approaching, and it will be one of the most exciting tournaments yet. Many nations’ squads feature many new faces from 2014, and younger players are looking to make names for themselves. Senior Staff Writers Matan Ziv Jared Wulbrun and Eric Aboytes outline our predictions...

The RUSH

The RUSH

Maddy Atwater and Quinn Knoblock

February 18, 2016

You’ve heard awe-inspiring stories of mothers lifting cars to save their trapped children and people cliff jumping into dangerous waters, which sounds absolutely crazy, but it’s all due to a little rush of a simple hormone. Yes, a little hormone that can give superhuman strength and trigger our fight...

The Cult of Jordans

Gillian Chryst and Daniel Douty, Multimedia and Web editor

February 11, 2015

If you watch Vine, Youtube or you have a friend who is a sneakerhead, then you have probably been exposed to the craze surrounding Jordans. Recently there has been a huge upward trend in popularity for the Nike brand, Air Jordan. You have probably also heard expressions like “Tiptoeing in my Jordans”...

FIFA’s dark side

Samuel Desré, Alys Olmstead, and Reuben Kramer

February 11, 2015

Every four years when the World Cup rolls around, a wave of excitement spreads around the world. Countries ranging from the United States to Ghana compete, fans from every country gather together in one stadium, and the culture of the host country is embraced to the fullest. However, behind all the glor...

The architect of a dynasty

The architect of a dynasty

Daniel Douty, Staff Writer

December 3, 2014

The San Francisco Giants have officially left their mark in baseball history. They have brought home three of the past five world series trophies, something no National League team has done in nearly 70 years. How did the Giants franchise emerge to become the best team of this decade? How can they continue...

NFL hopeful Adams (’14) stands out at Scouting Combine

NFL hopeful Adams (’14) stands out at Scouting Combine

Josh Stern, Editor-in-Chief

February 23, 2014

Member of the 2010-11 California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) state championship winning Paly football team and past Fresno State All-American wide receiver, Davante Adams (’14) made his mark earlier today at the National Football League (NFL) Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis,...

Paly student, Yale commit Totte (’14) called-up to San Jose Earthquakes

Paly student, Yale commit Totte (’14) called-up to San Jose Earthquakes

Josh Stern, Editor-in-Chief

February 18, 2014

San Jose Earthquakes Academy player and Paly student Josh Totte ('14) got a first-hand glimpse at professional soccer, and it was in front of a crowd of 12,659 at Chukchansi Park in Fresno, Calif. The Yale commit was notified about his calling-up to the Earthquakes' reserve team along with seven other p...

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