H.B. 11: The battle over inclusion and fairness

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This year marks the 50th anniversary of Title IX, a bill focused on inclusion and equality for female athletes, being passed. Title IX was celebrated in this year’s Super Bowl […]

A place for men’s volleyball in Big Sky?

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The Utah High School Activities Association has scheduled boys’ volleyball to begin in spring 2024, adding another spring sport to the lineup. The Big Sky athletic conference doesn’t currently sponsor […]

Opinion: Dunking on the dunk contest

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When people think of the Dunk Contest, they think of Michael Jordan jumping from the free-throw line, Vince Carter’s 360 Windmill and the battle between Aaron Gordon and Zach Lavine […]

Opinion: The MLB ripple effect

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The 2021 MLB season was crazy! Fans saw the Atlanta Braves win a title without their star player as well as a scandal involving some of the league’s best pitchers. […]

Gorges slashes towards 2022 graduation

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Wildcat hockey player Andrew Gorges expects to graduate in fall 2022 and already has plans for after graduation. Gorges is from Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. “We played hockey at a […]

Do you know your news? July 27

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1. According to NBC News, what percentage of people in the U.S. population has been vaccinated? a. 70% b. 60% c. 40% d. 35% 2. Scientists are predicting that ____________ […]