The 206 Zine Highlights Local Roller-skating Culture

Zines have been used as a form of expression for decades in counterculture. Used to shed light on communities that may not get attention in mainstream media yet are still impactful to small circulations of people. They are generally self-published and cost friendly which give a great deal of wiggle room for creativity. The range […]

NASCAR Championship 4 Battle at Phoenix

By: Kenny Jimison Four drivers are heading into Phoenix this weekend to battle it out for the NASCAR championship. Chase Elliott, Denny Hamlin, Brad Keselowski, and Joey Logano all have reason to feel confident heading into the championship race for the Bill France Cup but with the best finisher taking home the championship, staying clean […]

Sports Teams Are Still Winning Without Them

By: Triana Gando A sporting event isn’t complete without the help of the team’s cheerleaders on the sidelines. However, with the current state of the world and COVID-19, these performers are put on the back burner. NBA and NHL teams have resorted to playing in the bubble and NFL teams are limiting spectators. Where does […]

Raiders Stifle Saints; First Win in Allegiant Stadium

By Devin Virissimo 09/21/20 (@benjaminhphoto) Las Vegas loves winners, especially when they win in prime time while showing off their brand new $1.8B home. While they may not have gotten the first points in the “Death Star”, they got the most with a 34-24 victory over the defending NFC South Champion New Orleans Saints on […]

The Race for Ratings: NASCAR in the COVID-19 Era

By Taylor Cayro “Woo! Yeah! Bristol, baby!” shouts a winded Kevin Harvick after an over 50-lap heart-pounding back and forth chess match with defending cup series champion Kyle Busch that saw Harvick claim victory in the Bass Pro Shops Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway. “Man, I just want to say thank you to all […]

Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas

(Image: Clutchpoints.com) By: Amber Wilson The 2020 NFL Draft won’t be taking place in Las Vegas due to this huge pandemic of COVID-19 taking away huge opportunities for Vegas to make history for the first time NFL sports.  With the NFL considering all it’s options and could possibly let Super Bowl LVIII, be held at […]

Why Calling the Olympics “Tokyo 2020” is Not Symbolic

By Lucas Peltier The Olympics are officially postponed for the first time in history due to the ongoing concern of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Both the IOC and Japan made the decision to move the Games to next 2021 for the safety of the athletes and all those present, but they also agreed to keep the […]

Allegiant Stadium: Future Home Of The Las Vegas Raiders

(Image: Raiders.com ) By: Amber Wilson   The Allegiant Stadium is the official home of the Las Vegas Raiders in 2020. When the Raiders announced plans to move to Las Vegas in 2017 and was approved later that year. Construction began on November 13, 2017, and is set to be completed in July 2020 in […]

Grading Teams At The NHL Trade Deadline

By: Brian Berry The most wonderful time of the year for fans of action amongst NHL rosters, the trade deadline has come and gone. A time when Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, comes onto TSN and discusses the trade deadline and making it a holiday in Canada. Who won and lost their respective trades this […]

Why A Country’s Most Beloved Sport Is Dying In It’s Own Land

  The Gap Has Closed Between Canada and Other Countries That Participate in Hockey The women’s hockey rivalry series between the U.S. and Canada shows this, as the U.S. has dominated Canada in women’s hockey for some time now. Looking past that though, Canada has faltered at their own game at numerous events. The under-20 […]