Author: Claire Coburn

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After fourteen years, Tiger Woods has finally secured his fifth green jacket at The Masters. Woods secured the green jacket with a two shot deficit and a margin of just one stroke, with Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, and Xander Schauffele as runner-ups. Woods is now second only to Jack Nicklaus, who has won six Masters. […]

Baylor University women’s basketball team has claimed their third National Championship, beating Notre Dame 82-81. The Baylor Bears went into the tournament as the number one seed, being led by coach Kim Mulkey, who has been the head coach for all three of Baylor’s National Championship titles. This win has made Kim Mulkey the third […]

March Madness is quickly coming to an end, as there were major upsets that led to the final four teams earning their spot for a chance to compete in the National Championship. The Texas Tech Raiders were the first team to punch their ticket to the Final Four, upsetting the number one seed favorite Gonzaga […]

As Auburn is gearing up to compete against the number two seed Kentucky for a spot in the Final Four on Sunday, they will be doing so without their secret weapon Chuma Okeke. The 6’8, 230 lbs. Sophomore forward hailing from Atlanta, Georgia, tore his left ACL in Auburn’s upset of the number one seed […]

As 2019 is over two months in, K-Pop fans are struggling to keep their bank accounts above water. Why? Concert season has arrived. Nearly twenty K-Pop artists have announced and/or been on tours that venture outside of their home country of South Korea. Internationally known artists such as Monsta X, Red Velvet, Black Pink, and […]

Rob Gronkowski’s reign in the NFL has finally come to an end, as Gronk himself announced in his own personal post on his Instagram account. He writes, “It all started 20 years old on stage at the NFL draft when my dream came true, and now here I am about to turn 30 in a […]

With the Valero Texas Open returning to San Antonio this coming April, most will focus on the big names that will be heading down south, like Rickie Fowler and Jordan Spieth. However, as the only PGA Tour Stop in Texas, the Valero Texas Open goes big when it comes to charity. In 2015, the stop […]

“Consider a full-time unpaid internship that requires 1-4 years of participation, with a minimum 40-hour work week. This internship generates millions of dollars for your company, and billions of dollars for the broadcasting companies that cover your industry. Within this internship, you risk your short-term and long-term health on a daily basis. You endure this […]

The University of Texas has just fired former quarterback Vince Young from his part time job as a development officer for having poor performance on the job, being absent or late, and not being in touch with his supervisors. Texas officials nor Young have commented on the Neighborhood Longhorns development officer and football camp specialist, […]

The NFL Combine recently came to a close, where ambitious athletes across the nation came together to lay it all down on the line, with a final chance to showcase what they’ve got to NFL scouts. Some soared above the expectations people had for them, proving themselves that they have what it takes to make […]

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