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The Blue Line: One for the ages

Boston University undeniably won’t be going to the big dance any time soon. No, that ship sailed when star sophomore point guard Maurice Watson Jr., along with juniors Malik Thomas and James Kennedy, announced that they would be transferring. In addition to the three transfers, BU is losing three starting seniors — Dom Morris, D.J. Irving and […]

Fish and Chipps: The real price of a free education

The University of North Carolina is one of the most prestigious and highly-regarded institutions in the world. It is not only a great academic university, but also boasts one of the most successful collegiate athletic programs in the country that for decades has set the bar for maintaining high standards in both collegiate athletic and […]

Foul Shots: Experience matters

Like everyone else in the good old United States of America, my bracket is crap. I have one Final Four team still alive, and it’s the top overall seed in the tournament, the University of Florida Gators. So, I guess I can say that I was 25 percent correct in picking the last four teams […]

The Blue Line: NCAA unions

On Wednesday, college sports changed forever. The Chicago National Labor Relations Board deemed Northwestern University’s football players employees of the University. As such, they are eligible to form the first collegiate athlete’s union in history. Peter Sung Ohr, regional director of Chicago’s NLRB, made the controversial ruling, declaring that college athletes are athletes first and […]

Fish and Chipps: Dark Knight

I always knew I was different. I always knew my purpose on this planet was one of obscurity. It took me 17 years to find my proper profession, but similar to superheroes, once I found my purpose in life, I knew I had to use it for good and for the benefit of others. So […]