Each year, the end of the holiday season inspires dread for the rest of winter. Come January, our sweaters grow worn with time and our excitement over the first snow has melted with the realization that the ruthless Winter season will stretch on for months longer. The McGill Outdoors Club […]
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Campus organizations frequently work together on political and social justice issues. Last Fall, Divest McGill worked with Aboriginal groups on campus during the simultaneous Fossil Free and Aboriginal Awareness Weeks, and Divest McGill and Demilitarize McGill oftentimes collaborate. While the methods of each of these organizations have been criticized and […]
Week 2 was highlighted by a flurry of scoring and an onslaught of injuries. Seven teams broke the 30-point threshold on the back of huge games from several fantasy studs. Nevertheless, many owners will be crying themselves to sleep after key performers such as Tony Romo, Lamar Miller, Eddie Lacy, […]
Cinderella Picks Wofford Although they’ve appeared in the tournament three times in team history, the Wofford Terriers have never escaped the first round. This is a tough, physical team that is a perfect candidate for catching a high seed off guard. During its last tournament appearance in 2010, Wofford gave […]
EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic 1. Boston Celtics The ‘Big Three’ era in Boston officially ended as Ray Allen’s left for Miami this past summer. While the Celtics will miss Allen’s clutch 3-point shooting, they have gone a long way to filling the void by bringing in fellow sharpshooter Jason Terry. Boston’s […]
AFC North Baltimore Ravens – The Ravens are the team to beat in the AFC North this season. Joe Flacco is only improving with age and is becoming one of the elite young quarterbacks in the league. With Anquan Boldin at wide receiver and the addition of Lee Evans, Flacco […]
National Football Conference North Chicago Bears (10-6): If it ain’t broke don’t fix it. Last year’s division champion will return all its starters from last season. While that’s good news for the defence-finished second in total yards and first in points allowed-it’s less so for the offence.