NHL playoffs heat up

By: Andrew Utz ~Staff Writer~ Now that we are almost done with the first round of the 2016 NHL playoffs, fans can get a good look at who has the momentum to continue on winning throughout the finals. Starting in the East, the Panthers have dropped a game against the Islanders, a wild card team, who snuck in wins away and at home. Two overtime losses have Florida scrambling for an away win to extend the series. Veteran Jaromir Jagr hasn’t made a dent in the series, extending his post-season goal drought to 32 games. If the Islanders want to push … Continue reading NHL playoffs heat up

A thank you to the Muskie family Andrew’s play on his Xavier Xperience

By: Andrew Utz ~Distribution Manager~ “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” – Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities Damn, college was a rollercoaster. Like a neverending series of ups and downs, and crazy stuff that seemed to come out of every nook and cranny you see. But you know what? It was the best damn rollercoaster I’ve rode. Or ridden. I suck at grammar. So where do I put my wisdom in this piece? Is there much wisdom to share? Or am I another one of millions who walked through great times and just … Continue reading A thank you to the Muskie family Andrew’s play on his Xavier Xperience

Opinion: Let pros groom future pros

By: Andrew Utz ~Staff Writer~ Every year at Xavier, the end of season discussion becomes who is going to go pro or not. So far, we have had goalkeeper Dallas Jaye sign with the newly-formed FC Cincinnati as well as some of the basketball team desire to participate in the NBA draft combine. While Jaye does not have any eligibility remaining for his collegiate career, sophomore guard Trevon Bluiett and junior forward Jalen Reynolds each have some time left to either continue playing for Xavier or become professional athletes. Schools spend vast amounts of time with high school students in order … Continue reading Opinion: Let pros groom future pros