When the Pope asked St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Joseph “Ducky” Medwick what he did for a living during a World War II visit to the Vatican, Medwick replied, “Your Holiness, I’m Joseph Medwick. I, too, used to be a Cardinal.”
When success comes so often, it is hard to appreciate it for what it is. This is the case for the men’s and women’s cross country teams of Washington University.
With a 9-3 win over Illinois Wesleyan, the Washington University men’s baseball team moved its record to 30-5 for the year.
The Washington University men’s baseball team improved its record to 29-5 with a win over MacMurray College last Tuesday and a pair of victories againstÃ¿DePauw University on Saturday.
The Washington University men’s baseball improved its record to 26-5 with wins over Eureka College on Wednesday and Westminster College on Thursday.
Finally, we can confidently say ‘Thank goodness we’re not like Duke University.’ At least for the moment, J.J. Reddick’s playground is at the center of a vicious rape scandal that only seems to get worse.
In the greatest upset since Sarah Hughes beat Michelle Kwan for the gold medal in 2002, “American Idol” walloped the Olympics by a score of 27 million viewers to 16.1 on Feb. 14.
One controversy that sticks out above the rest involves figure skating’s finest: seasoned veteran Michelle Kwan and 17-year-old newcomer Emily Hughes, sister of 2002 Olympic gold medalist Sarah Hughes.
Bode Miller is headed to Turin, Italy, for the 2006 Winter Olympics to represent the United States, but most of the buzz surrounding him seems to have much less to do with gold and silver medals and more to do with Pabst Blue Ribbon and Jack Daniels.
There are hundreds of stories-kids who choose to skip college because of the stars in their eyes. But are the kids to blame? Or should they be held accountable? The issue may not be clear, but it is worth investigating.