SAM SORENSON | ENTERTAINMENT COLUMNIST JPEGMAFIA (also goes by Peggy) is quickly becoming one of my favorite musicians after I discovered his “Veteran” album that came out earlier this year. His cutthroat aggression mixed with some of the most jarring beats I’ve heard in a long time lead to an impactful listen that you won’t… Read More JPEGMAFIA is Making the Hip Hop We Need in 2018
ENTERTAINMENT STAFF Alex: Cards Against Humanity There are a lot of games that can be played during a party or get together, but one of my favorite party games is “Cards Against Humanity.” In “Cards Against Humanity,” there are several black cards, which contain different questions or scenarios. Once one player picks a black card,… Read More Junk Drawer: Board Games
REBECCA JACQUES | ENTERTAINMENT COLUMNIST I am sadly approaching the end of the book I’ve been reading over the past few weeks. M.L. Forman’s book series “Adventurers Wanted” is an adventurous tale full of mysteries to be solved and magic to behold. This series follows a young boy by the name of Alex Taylor who… Read More Book Review: Adventurers Wanted
FRANK CUSHMAN | SPORTS CORRESPONDENT What a major play to save Lebron’s season. Much respect to Dwayne Wade for volunteering off (at the insistence of the front office I’d imagine), to Dan Gilbert for standing up to the King, Lebron James for letting the front office do something but, most of all, Koby Altman who… Read More So the Cavs Are Probably Going to the Finals
GRAEME GALLAGHER | SPORTS EDITOR On Friday and Saturday, the St. Norbert Men’s and Women’s track teams both competed in the Midwest Indoor Track and Field Championship at Ripon College’s Willmore Center. The women’s team finished first for the fourth year in a row and the men’s team placed third. The St. Norbert women’s team… Read More SNC Track and Field Competes at MWC Indoor Championship
ADDY BINK | SPORTS CORRESPONDENT Last Monday, Major League Baseball announced new pace of play rules for this coming season. According to Commissioner Rob Manfred, there will be no pitch clock included. While there is no pitch clock or a between-batter timer, limits to the amount of trips to the mound will be implemented. These… Read More Regulating America’s Favorite Past-Time
FRANK CUSHMAN | SPORTS CORRESPONDENT The NBA salary cap is going up. It has the last two seasons and all the signs point to another increase heading into the summer. This increase was supposed to allow teams to manage more wisely, give a little bit of breathing room so that they weren’t spending everything on… Read More Will Players Just Keep Getting Paid?