In what should have been a packed VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena on May 9, President of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Dana White followed through with his plan to revive his company when he held UFC 249 with no fans in attendance. The kicks felt more tangible than ever, each punch to the face felt all the more gut-wrenching, and the clear strategic call-outs brought out an often hidden side of fighting. Amidst the lockdowns, quarantine, and isolation of the coronavirus pandemic, this was the light at the end of the tunnel for martial arts fans.
Headlines about the onslaught of major injuries have dominated the post-Week 2 chatter in the National Football League (NFL), but there’s no need to worry for your fantasy football team. Even if one of your star players left this past week’s game hurt, there are plenty of players you can sign now to improve your team. Here are four players that have a strong chance at giving your roster a boost.
By now, most students are familiar with Dean of Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Engagement Rick Holifield, but what students may not know is that before pursuing a career in education, he played professional baseball for 10 years with the Toronto Blue Jays and several other organizations, after being drafted in his senior year of high school.
This past Tuesday through Thursday from 7:30 PM to 8:00 PM, Lawrenceville hosted its first three virtual club nights, with affinity group clubs presenting on Tuesday, philanthropic clubs presenting on Wednesday, and academic and environmental clubs presenting on Thursday.