Jada harvey

Editor's Picks
Sports

The art of tennis

Strength, strategy and sustainability. Tennis is a sport that is not only challenging physically, but mentally, as well. Opponents must be analyzed by the minute and plans must be developed by the second. At the same time, the players’ endurance is tested by flying serves and all-too-quick returns. Tatenda Mutetwa, a sophomore supply chain management […]

Read More
Editor's Picks
Sports

Golf: a game for life

“It’s a sport for life,” said Hannah Higgins, a freshman double majoring in secondary education and history. She joined the Flyers golf team this past fall and has been playing the sport since she could remember. Higgins shared that golf is very technical but also friendly to all ages. As many do, her family has […]

Read More
Editor's Picks
Sports

Through the last finish line with lifelong friends

As 2023 comes to an end, fall sports are wrapping up with it. For senior and Aviation Administration major, Payton Goudreau, this season was his last time running competitively at the collegiate level. He reflected on his career and commented on how different the team is compared to his freshman year. Back then, the biggest […]

Read More
Editor's Picks
Sports

Noah Gathings shoots for a new approach

Men’s basketball has begun and the team has welcomed 12 new players. One of those players, sophomore and computer science major Noah Gathings. He mentions that the team chemistry has already made improvements since last year. His teammates said that the level of competitiveness is much higher.  To Gathings, the competition for spots is encouraging […]

Read More
Sports

Senior soccer season slay

Soccer season is kicking off into conference matches and senior, Grace Devaux, has entered her final season with a mission to start and end with a bang. Her ambition defines her, on and off the field. Not only is Devaux a full-time soccer player, she stays busy as a nursing major, which is one of […]

Read More
Sports

New year, new beginning

College comes with all sorts of changes. It’s a new environment with new people, new classes and a new way of life. For Mya Bajramovic and probably many others in her shoes, being a transfer is like being a freshman all over again.  Bajramovic originally went to West Virginia Wesleyan College. She decided to transfer […]

Read More