Month: March 2013

Golden Eagles advance to round two of tournament
Sports

Golden Eagles advance to round two of tournament

With under four minutes to go, Life guard Greg Thomas stole the ball and started to go in for a game-tying layup. But then John Brown took the ball right back. It was that kind of game for the Life Running Eagles. Abel Galliguez’s steal in transition was a defining […]

Sports

Send off

Friends, Family, Faculty, and fans filled the lobby of Bill George Arena on Tuesday morning to send off the men’s basketball team before they left for the national tournament in Kansas City. On a chilly morning about 40 people showed up in the Arena for breakfast and to talk to […]

Tennis teams show early growth
Sports

Tennis teams show early growth

Tennis head coach Paul Pautsch has a goal for the tennis program: consistency. Six contests into the season, he is starting to see both teams do just that. “The thing I have been preaching … is consistency, and they’ve been getting that,” Pautsch said. Pautsch sees in improvement in both […]

Record breaking stacker refines skill
Sports

Record breaking stacker refines skill

What is faster than a speeding basketball player? More precise than an archer? More unbelievable than the length of a rugby player’s shorts? The world record-breaking hands of freshman Joel Brown. Though cup stacking is not considered a sport by many, Brown would disagree. He prepares to stack just as […]

Sports

Men head to National Tournament

The men’s basketball team just finished off the most successful regular season in program history, winning a regular season title and reaching the highest ranking in school history. There still remains one contest for the Golden Eagles’ season to try to prove their worth. The Eagles will open the NAIA […]

Timeliness meets compromise
Opinion

Timeliness meets compromise

What really constitutes as “on time” these days? I remember back in high school, to be on time to something meant pinning yourself down as a nerd or a freshman. Seriously, showing up at a school dance at the actual time it started was like asking your classmates to mock […]

Opinion

Spring break preparations

You have been counting down the days, maybe even the hours and minutes, and it so close you can almost smell the sunscreen—spring break! Some will head home or go home with friends, others will serve around the world on various mission trips and a few brave, or rather crazy, […]

Opinion

Crush the complaining

‘Tis the season for complaining, or at least that is how it seems. With spring break nearly within reach, the last thing students want to think about are the remaining assignments between them and their vacation plans. After having their noses to the grindstone for nine weeks without a single […]

Student seeks ways to enjoy spring break on budget
Opinion

Student seeks ways to enjoy spring break on budget

Every college student lives for the special seven days that occur every spring semester. These seven days provide freedom, tan lines, and memories worth telling future grandchildren. This is the magic of spring break. While the highly anticipated holiday is right around the corner, many students find their hair turning […]