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Makenzie Helms talks about her basketball journey

Dillon Flanigan- Sports Editor In a basketball career spanning so much adversity and uncertainty, from the Connecticut shoreline to the cornfields of Nebraska and back, Makenzie Helms, a graduate, has climbed mountains,

Opinion: Reviewing Superbowl LVIII

Solé Scott- Features Editor San Fransisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs faced off to win the prestigious trophy. This was the eighth time the 49ers advanced to the Superbowl and the Chiefs’

Women’s swim and dive win NE10 Championship

Avery Martin- Contributor The women’s swim and dive team won their fourth straigh NE10 Championship on Feb. 18.   They recorded a score of 1061.5, finishing ahead of Bentley University, which had 756.5.

Trevon Hamlet

Matt Borelli When Trevon Hamlet learned his head coach was leaving Post University to pursue a head coaching job at another school, he had an important decision to make. “It was easy

Leave Cutler Alone

Pete Paguaga Sports Editor Last week, the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers punched their tickets to the big stage, Super Bowl XLV, but what everyone is still talking about is Jay

Owls stay sharp over winter break

Chris Torres Copy Editor The Southern Owls placed 14th as a team and recorded nine top 10 finishers at the Great Dane Classic in Albany, NY, their most recent meet. Selasi Lumax

Q&A with Thomas Phommalinh

Chris Torres Name: Thomas Phommalinh High School: New Britain Sprinter Major: Business Management C.T.: How did your love for track start? T.P.: It started my sophomore year of high school. I played

Owls baseball adds veteran infielder

Pete Paguaga After finishing the 2010 season ranked 20 in the nation, the Southern Owls baseball team added a player that will add onto last season’s program record of 38 wins. “Coming

Low ranked teams making moves in polls

By: Pat Longobardi With the football season winding down to the big game in Cowboy Stadium in Dallas, sports fans will have to mix and match different sports until the baseball season