Stand, sit or kneel— they deserve our support

Stand, sit or kneel— they deserve our support

The national anthem has not always been a source of dissension between athletes, fans and United States citizens alike. But now, nearly two years after Colin Kaepernick decided to jump-start a conversation regarding police brutality against racial minorities, his simple, yet risky knee-to-turf tactic has set ablaze a controversy unlike any other.

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Major League Baseball’s major flaw

Major League Baseball’s major flaw

It took a 105-mph heat-seeking missile off the bat of New York Yankee third-baseman Todd Frazier over the third base dugout, a shot that landed on the fragile face of a 2-year-old child, for Major League Baseball to finally reach a consensus that fan safety at baseball games is of utmost importance. For this to ultimately act as the fire starter that whips Major League Baseball into shape, this must undoubtedly be a new low.

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Women’s soccer team holds three-game win streak

Women’s soccer team holds three-game win streak

The nationally ranked Sonoma State University women’s soccer team held its dominance with a pair of shutouts at Humboldt State on Wednesday and against UC Santa Cruz at home on Friday. This season has been an exciting one for the Seawolves, they have had to work for every point it seems. Whether it’s on or off the field, this group of women has shown both its strength and determination and the love for the game. 

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Former Seawolf called up to big leagues

Former Seawolf called up to big leagues

Little league – the rodent-infested, insect-ridden, grassy haven where nearly 2.5 million young baseball players dream to one day become the next Babe Ruth, Derek Jeter, or Mike Trout. For many, this dream often begins and ends between the two distinct – yet sometimes faint – chalk lines that connect home plate with four narrow 70-foot base paths, along with a short 225-foot fence that only seems to shrink as you age. 

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