The Wilson Post: Why 2020 does NOT totally suck

Many people are quick to write off 2020 as being a terrible start to the new decade, and at first glance it seems like that. In the sports world, the death of Kobe Bryant hit hard to the basketball community. The passing of Chadwick Boseman shocked the movie industry. COVID-19 shut down the world and took the lives of many other loved ones. Racial injustices … Continue reading The Wilson Post: Why 2020 does NOT totally suck

Patti’s Perspective: Keep true mean of Easter in mind

For Christians, this time of year is a special time of year meant for worship and giving thanks. This of course is because of Easter which will be celebrated on April 12. Easter is the celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ after his death on the cross, which is seen as the undeniable proof that he was the son of God. Easter is proceeded … Continue reading Patti’s Perspective: Keep true mean of Easter in mind

Hannah’s Hits: Support needs to be given to all sports teams

Hannah’s Hits: Support needs to be given to all sports teams I’ve been involved and around sports for the majority of my life. And I love it. As a photographer, I almost never miss a home game anymore. Football, baseball, soccer, basketball — you name it, and I’m there. But I’ve noticed something I find interesting: it seems like the majority of people don’t stay … Continue reading Hannah’s Hits: Support needs to be given to all sports teams

Don’t let holiday distractions blur meaning of Christmas

As the holiday season comes around, it is very easy to get distracted with all the traditions and festivities that surround it and lose the true meaning of Christmas. Many of the things we associate with Christmas — from Santa Claus, to gifts, candy canes, nativity scenes and Christmas trees — can tie back to Christ and the gospel story. Most people know that Santa … Continue reading Don’t let holiday distractions blur meaning of Christmas

Athletes must be students primarily

To be a student-athlete means, according to a quick Google search, being “a participant in an organized competitive sport sponsored by the educational institution in which the student is enrolled. Student-athletes are full time students and athletes at the same time.” Players work their entire football career to get to that next level. For high school players, it’s to get to a Division I university, … Continue reading Athletes must be students primarily

Canvas proves superior to MySterling

Over the years at Sterling, the students have been using MySterling for submitting assignments, checking grades, and communicating with their professors. That has all changed this 2019-2020 school year when Canvas was introduced. Canvas has the same tools as MySterling, except it is more technologically advanced. Canvas offers an app that can be downloaded on iPhone and Android. This app helps the students stay up … Continue reading Canvas proves superior to MySterling