Sports & Outdoors

Sports & Outdoors

The nuance of sport

By Eli Thomas Athletics and specifically sports discussion has its own nomenclature, which can often be difficult to digest. For example, a player kneeling in the end zone can be a rather innocuous play as part of a football game, or a reason Mike Pence might leave the same game. As much as some may treat sports with a religious fervor, a “Hail Mary” is simply a play where all the receivers run down the football field vertically with hopes of catching a long pass before time expires. Football has...
Sports & Outdoors

Seven sensational hikes to enjoy this spring

By Zachary Fletcher Green Mountain via Gold Creek Trail A 50-minute drive from the Puget Sound campus, Green Mountain is a five-mile, 1,000-foot elevation gain out-and-back hike on the Kitsap Peninsula. After some time through a forest there are beautiful views of the Olympic mountains and a panorama landscape of Seattle and the Puget Sound at the top. The trailhead is just off of Gold Creek Road and requires a Discovery Pass for use, making for a great day hike, rain or shine. Rattlesnake Lake Located in the Snoqualmie region...
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