Stepping On the Gas: Pierre Gasly Has Been F1’s Driver of the Year

by Tom Athron ’21 Published Nov. 11th, 2020 In the world of Formula One, there is only so much a driver can do behind the wheel of a poor car and success is often impossible. That is, unless your name is Pierre Gasly. Even in a 2020 F1 season full of standout races and drivers,Continue reading “Stepping On the Gas: Pierre Gasly Has Been F1’s Driver of the Year”

How the NFL and the Montgomery Football Team are Dealing with COVID-19

by Max Osias ’24 Published Nov. 11th, 2020 The NFL and The Montgomery Football team have both been dealing with COVID-19, although one has been hit harder than the other. At the beginning of the season, the NFL, the sports league with the most personnel, seemed like it was handling the difficulties of navigating theContinue reading “How the NFL and the Montgomery Football Team are Dealing with COVID-19”

How Sports Leagues are Responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic

by Prineet Prahar ’23 This sports industry has been greatly threatened by the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Emsi, 1.3 million jobs were either furloughed, the practice of temporarily laying off workers, or erased. Leagues and organizations were losing hundreds of thousands of dollars per day with no guaranteed future.Despite all the major North American sportsContinue reading “How Sports Leagues are Responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic”

The NBA Returns: the Biggest Surprises and Disappointments of the Bubble

by Ashton Basak ’23 Published Oct. 12, 2020 Sports, especially in times of trouble, have been sources of normalcy and a place to turn to escape reality. However, due to the Coronavirus pandemic that swept the nation in early March, the world has been without this distraction for months. It seemed that this would beContinue reading “The NBA Returns: the Biggest Surprises and Disappointments of the Bubble”