The Chicago White Sox just hung their 2005 World Series Championship banner and reserved space for one from 2006. The Kansas City Royals are sweeping up the cellar and setting up some comfy chairs for what promises to be a long season. Atlantans are on the lookout for renegade Metropolitans climbing the hill to their perch atop the NL East.
Poor Planning, Apathy Drowns Election
It’s a common complaint about voting in today’s world that an individual’s voice is often lost in the clamor of the masses. However, in the recent Student Government elections held at UT, such was the absolute lack of voter turnout that a mere twenty individuals could have had a major impact on each of the races.
SG Violates Own Constitution
Student Government President Khristian Bartley is serving in violation of SG’s own constitution, and as a result, a special commission will rewrite Student Government’s constitution beginning this week. The violation occurred when Bartley took over for Paul Blackmon, who resigned over the summer.
Rangers Fall to Senators
NEW YORK – The Rangers did not get a memo about another crackdown on penalties. But they did get a warning. Two, in fact.
It Adds Up: Jordan Is The Greatest
This should settle it once and for all: Michael Jordan, who will play in his final NBA All-Star Game on Sunday, is the greatest basketball player ever. Any scale that is used to measure a player’s greatness is flawed and open to interpretation, but USA TODAY factored in every aspect of the game to come up with the greatest player and the all-time All-Star team of greatest players.