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MLB Spring Training

Caleb Kelch

February 25, 2019

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Can you smell the freshly cut green grass? How about the nachos from the food vendor or the smoke from the just shot fireworks? Imagining the beauties of baseball can get quite depressing during the offseason especially with h...

Millikin Sports Update

Millikin Sports Update

February 25, 2019

Big Blue Football 2018 Season Recap

Dominique Bates

December 6, 2018

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After finishing with one of the best records in more than a decade,  7-3 in 2017, the Big Blue were looking to pick up where they left off. The season started off on a positive note. Just like last season, the Big Blue wo...

Why Aren’t Sports Ahead of the Social Justice Game Anymore?

Jordan Diver

December 6, 2018

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        Sports and politics go hand and hand whether people want to believe it or not. Over the last couple of years, “shut up and dribble,” “I can’t breathe,” and the most famous, Colin Kaepernick kneeling dur...

Baseball At Its Vintage

Savanna Prasun

November 12, 2018

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In 1858, baseball was a very different sport. It was less competitive and, if I say so myself, much more fun to play. Baseball was a gentleman’s sport. It was about getting along and having a good time. Throughout history, ...

Millikin’s Soccer Season

Millikin’s Soccer Season

November 12, 2018

Next Man Up

Next Man Up

October 29, 2018

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