As I approach my final year of school and my final year contributing to The Free Press, I’ve realized one theme remains consistent at USM: Students aren’t motivated to get involved.
As a former athlete at USM, I can attest to the nostalgia of watching sports that I once played competitively, but I feel I have been truly lucky to have the help from the USM Athletics Department, and the dedicated people who work in it during my four semesters as sports editor.
Kobe Bryant is arguably one of the best NBA shooting guards of all-time, but his actions and attitude show hints of immaturity.
The 75th Masters could arguably be tapped as the most exciting in recent memory, which hopefully serves as a preview of a great golf season to come.
Recent NCAA violators should get a lesson in the basics of ethics before returning to their respective teams.
When I walk into USM’s Warren G. Hill Gymnasium on game day in Gorham, I am immediately struck by the the aura of competitive Division III basketball. The two teams go through the motions of warm-ups, while their adrenaline is fueled by the latest hip-hop hits, all on a glistening floor with the proud Husky logo blanketing its center. But where are the students?