Freshmen experience Wrigley Field

by Brennan McCarthy staff writer Around 100 freshmen received free tickets to the Cubs and Cardinals game on Sept. 20. For many, this was their first taste of Chicago sports. For some international students, this

Domestic abuse mars professional sports

by Chris Lieberman correspondent It is not unusual for high-profile athletes to be making national headlines in today’s sports-saturated culture. However, 2014 has been marked by a series of star athletes in the news not

Record setting Seahawk quarterback helps thrash seasoned Broncos offense

by Blake McCormick correspondent “L-O-B, L-O-B, L-O-B” was the only noise to be heard in MetLife Stadium at the end of the 3rd quarter of Sunday’s Super Bowl game. The Seattle Seahawks unleashed the Legion

Stirring film records Asian basketball star’s Gospel-centered career

by Josh Winkler correspondent Marked by an absolutely unprecedented rise to stardom, the life of Jeremy Lin, currently an NBA point guard, is documented in the inspiring film “Linsanity.” Much of the beginning of the movie

Super Bowl’s dirty secret shows through statistics and stories

by Jorgen Rehn correspondent This year’s Super Bowl in New Orleans, Louisiana was the third-most-watched event in television history, according to Nielson. An estimated 108 million viewers tuned in to indulge in the festivities, likely

Ravens and 49ers head to New Orleans for Superbowl XLVII

by Jonathan Forsythe correspondent On Sunday, Feb. 3, an estimated 112 million people around the globe will crowd around their TV sets to watch a grizzled legend and a young gun square off in the

Giants crush Tigers, sweep their way to World Series victory

By Adam Barker A thrilling 4-3 victory in 10 innings means the San Francisco Giants are the 2012 MLB World Series Champions! San Francisco finished off a four game sweep of the Detroit Tigers for their

Head to the south side to see the Chicago White Sox play at Cellular Field

by Katrina Palazuelos Rico staff writer When was the last time you took advantage of a beautiful sunny day in Chicago? Get out with some friends to enjoy America’s favorite pastime with the Chicago White

Chicago Fire heats up season

In a rain-soaked match that saw a 70-minute delay due to thunder and lightning, the Chicago Fire and Houston Dynamo played to a 1-1 draw that ultimately ended early in the 66th minute. The

NBA 2012 playoffs underway

by Brett Stiles sports editor The NBA regular season has ended and the second season is upon us—it’s playoff time. Teams battled until the very last day of the season trying to get into the