Opinions

One-and-done weakens the game

November 20, 2017 Ricci Logan 0

The long wait is over. College basketball season is finally here. Even though the season is back, there might be changes in affect soon. With the recent scandals in college basketball including Rick Pitino’s payment […]

In the Community

Twin life helps win life

November 18, 2017 Noah Delashaw 0

Growing up, the twins, Aubre Gilreath and Halle Gilreath had no idea where running cross country would take them. It started in the seventh grade when Aubre started to run for her school. “My mom […]

Sports

Suns shift sights to GAC Championship

November 16, 2017 Noah Delashaw 0

The Golden Suns volleyball team has made history by finishing 32-0 in the regular season after a comeback win last Thursday over the Ouachita Baptist Lady Tigers, in front of a Great American Conference record-setting […]

Baseball

America’s pastime, now and always

November 12, 2017 Ricci Logan 0

The Houston Astros versus Los Angeles Dodgers World Series is still being talked about. Game seven of the World Series was must-watch television as the Astros World Series championship-clinching game is the second most-watched baseball […]