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RMU Proclamation: Sports and the dichotomy of winning and losing

RMU Proclamation: Sports and the dichotomy of winning and losing

Jon Fisher, Assignment Editor

March 21, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Columns, RMU Proclamation, Staff, Top Stories, Uncategorized

What are sports? I'm not looking for the simplistic and sarcastic answer to that question. That is remedial at the lowest level of thinking for the average sports fan. Sports are people playing for a living. Sports are groups of men and women joining forces to achieve the one goal that less than...

RMU Proclamation: Championship or not, the Colonials still won

RMU Proclamation: Championship or not, the Colonials still won

Jon Fisher, Assignment Editor

March 7, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Columns, RMU Proclamation, Staff, Top Stories, Uncategorized

January 4th, 2014 - 14 players, 5-10 record. March 6th, 2014 - 8 players, 14-2 NEC record, 20-12 overall record, regular season NEC championship and a birth to the semifinals in the NEC tournament. You say coincidence; I say Cinderella story. Normally, the recycled cliché gets tossed around...

RMU Proclamation: Is breaking the law the new self-inflicted truth of college sports?

RMU Proclamation: Is breaking the law the new self-inflicted truth of college sports?

Jon Fisher, Assignment Editor

February 27, 2014


Filed under Columns, RMU Proclamation, Top Stories, Uncategorized

It starts with a thought that travels throughout the synapses of the brain. The subconscious debates whether to put forth the action, or neglect the mishandling of the current moment. Time stands still only for a few seconds as the human puts that thought into a process, thus creating an instance. An...

RMU Proclamation: Andy Toole destined for success outside of RMU

RMU Proclamation: Andy Toole destined for success outside of RMU

Jon Fisher, Assignment Editor

February 20, 2014


Filed under Columns, Opinion/Editorial, RMU Proclamation

Geoffrey Chaucer once said, "All good things must come to an end." That phrase has stood the test of time and emulates life as a whole. It is very true; everything must come to and end at some point. Vince Lombardi retired from the game he helped make famous. John Wooden left UCLA after his time there...

RMU Proclamation: The Student-Athlete is extinct

RMU Proclamation: The Student-Athlete is extinct

Jon Fisher, Assignment Editor

February 14, 2014


Filed under RMU Proclamation, Sports, Uncategorized

Former President Theodore Roosevelt wanted a reform of the college football landscape during his time in the White House. Thus, the National Collegiate Athletic Association was born. Since the 1930's, college sports and universities have never been more turbulent. With sports, comes money. The more...

A Letter to the Colonial Crazies: Where are you?

A Letter to the Colonial Crazies: Where are you?

Jon Fisher, Assignment Editor

February 6, 2014


Filed under RMU Proclamation, Sports

Dear Colonial Crazies,  Due to the emotional roller coaster that sports provide, it's only fair to assume that fans will be along for the ride. Extreme highs and lows dictate whether your adrenaline will pump even harder, or if your blood pressure may barely read a signal after a crushing defeat...

RMU’s Karvel Anderson is the “Best Kept NBA Secret”

RMU’s Karvel Anderson is the “Best Kept NBA Secret”

Jon Fisher, Assignment Editor

January 29, 2014


Filed under RMU Proclamation, Sports

Life doesn't always bring the expected, but often, the unexpected and unforeseen occur. It is how you react to the sudden events that take over your life that separate the strong-willed from the weak-hearted. Sports, over the years have provided the worldwide audience with moments that will last...