By Joseph Nichols, Staff Writer The name “Club Penguin” alone is likely enough for Xavier students to recall a simpler time in their lives. Whether it was mining for coins around the iceberg or caring for your puffles, Club Penguin … Continue reading Club Penguin leaves a legacy
Staff writer Joseph Nichols argues the famed game show is on the right track By Joseph Nichols, Staff Writer Following the death of Alex Trebek, many wondered if Jeopardy! would be canceled, since Trebek was a staple host of the program and of television as a whole. A variety of hosts have stepped into Trebek’s shoes, but these changes haven’t all been as negative as many believed. Taking a look at Jeopardy!’s trajectory following Trebek’s death, we can see that this beloved show can outlive Trebek and continue to adapt to a changing world. Before the current tag-team actress Mayim … Continue reading Looking back at Jeopardy’s evolution after Trebek
By Joseph Nichols, Staff Writer Xavier women’s basketball is sizzling this year after leaving three opposing teams smoldering in their first week of games. After the team only won five games last season, the women’s basketball team is already halfway to topping last year’s record. It would appear this smoking gun still has at least one more in the chamber. On Nov. 7, the Lady Musketeers battled the Miami Redhawks at Miami University. What started out as a close game made way for the first win of the season. The teams were tied at the end of the first quarter, … Continue reading Xavier women’s basketball Big East schedule look ahead
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