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For the Love of Rugby
For the Love of Rugby
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Evan Robins
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July 18, 2023
Attempting to clear her name of the charge of being a "gamer," Evan Robins takes a foray into topic traditionally outside her beat—sports writing! Having been struck by a bolt of profound inspiration after attending an international rugby game, the Co-Editor takes the stand to defend this most beautiful and brutish of all ball games, and muse at length about the heritage with which it is entwined.
Confessions of a Baseball Fundamentalist: The Pitch Clock and Burger Baseball
Confessions of a Baseball Fundamentalist: The Pitch Clock and Burger Baseball
By
Sebastian Johnston-Lindsay
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July 15, 2023
I swear this will be the last time I mention the pitch clock in print until the day arrives when it is expunged from the game of baseball and we return to an Edenic state of unhurried gameplay freed from the shackles of petty human time. Until then, woe be unto all those who hastened this new all-too-human master onto the pristine diamond.
The Age of Handheld Games, and What We Left Behind
The Age of Handheld Games, and What We Left Behind
By
Evan Robins
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May 11, 2023
Having recently rekindled a relationship with her Nintendo 3DS, Evan Robins reminisces on the earl-2000s era of handheld games consoles. Have they found a true successor in the Nintendo Switch, or has something been lost along the way?
A Tearful Goodbye to the Varsity Volleyball Season
A Tearful Goodbye to the Varsity Volleyball Season
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It has happened; the day we feared, when the Trent varsity Volleyball season would come to an end. We’ve come through many trials and tribulations, underdogs of the highest calibre, elite athletes, performing against overwhelming odds. This final (for now…) edition of Arthur’s coverage of the team will cover the events of the final home games, including both the White-out and final game, as well as some of the goodbyes and good journalism you expect. 
Trent Varsity Volleyball Teams Go "Balls Deep" in First Games of 2024
Trent Varsity Volleyball Teams Go "Balls Deep" in First Games of 2024
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Arthur's Ian Vansegbrook brings his signature reporting style to bear upon the Trent University Varsity Volleyball teams as they continue their 2023/24 season. Along the way, he picks up some new lingo from the eager players as well as another dinner order from the women's team.
The NHL’s Swedish King, Börje Salming
The NHL’s Swedish King, Börje Salming
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Swedish hockey superstar turned legendary Toronto Maple Leaf, Börje Salming, had a nearly two decade-long NHL career—and is still impacting the sport, even a year after his death.
A Packed Shack: Trent Varsity Volleyball Play Home-Opener Games
A Packed Shack: Trent Varsity Volleyball Play Home-Opener Games
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Over the November 17th home opener weekend, hundreds of students packed the "Shack"—the Trent University gymnasium—in support of Trent's varisty volleyball teams in their double-header against Guelph. Arthur's intrepid correspondent of all things volleyball was there to sus out the buzz and tell the hard hitting truths about Subway sandwiches and volleyball moms.
Concussion Central: Regulation Slap Fighting
Concussion Central: Regulation Slap Fighting
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An open-handed deep dive into slap fighting; the rules, the dangers, and the appeal of the brutal sport.
A Promising Trent Volleyball Season
A Promising Trent Volleyball Season
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Trent University’s varsity volleyball teams’ morale is high as they enter the 2023-2024 season. After a strong performance in the pre-season, they have lofty goals.
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Confessions of a Baseball Fundamentalist: The Pitch Clock and Burger Baseball
Confessions of a Baseball Fundamentalist: The Pitch Clock and Burger Baseball
By
I swear this will be the last time I mention the pitch clock in print until the day arrives when it is expunged from the game of baseball and we return to an Edenic state of unhurried gameplay freed from the shackles of petty human time. Until then, woe be unto all those who hastened this new all-too-human master onto the pristine diamond.
The Age of Handheld Games, and What We Left Behind
The Age of Handheld Games, and What We Left Behind
By
Having recently rekindled a relationship with her Nintendo 3DS, Evan Robins reminisces on the earl-2000s era of handheld games consoles. Have they found a true successor in the Nintendo Switch, or has something been lost along the way?