Suicide has been a trending subject these last couple of weeks. With the hit Netflix series “13 Reasons Why,” and the recent self-inflicted death of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, the grisly subject of suicide has taken the spotlight, especially on social media.
There are plenty of reasons the men’s and women’s basketball teams each lost their first game of their conference tournaments. One could argue that all the reasons were on the court. But I can’t help but wonder what could’ve happened if the Ramblers had more fans to cheer for them.
The 1963 Loyola men’s basketball championship was more than 50 years ago. The trophy is in the Loyola hall of fame outside Gentile Arena, and inside the arena the players’ names and jersey numbers hang on the walls. Why do we need to keep talking about it?
The Chicago Bulls are destined to be mediocre with their current roster. In order to end its almost 20-year championship drought, the team needs to cut its losses and trade its biggest asset, Jimmy Butler.
Now that the Cubs’ magical World Series run is over, all the bandwagon fans need to return to their own teams. The Cubs have definitely set a gold standard, and now 29 other teams are in a frenzy to make themselves better. For my White Sox, there is sadly only one solution.
The disturbing details of Josh Brown’s history of domestic abuse only shows once again that the NFL only cares about making money. With enough evidence to ban Josh Brown from the league, nothing was done. This is unacceptable.
I’ve been a White Sox fan my whole life. However, it is undeniable that what we are seeing this year in the Cubs is nothing short of incredible.
Pat McCrory, governor of North Carolina, is upset business and corporations such as the NCAA are leaving the state after the passing of “anti-LGBT” legislation. My question to McCrory is if he honestly expected anything else to happen.