Ajay Atkinson

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Front Row: Should pro athletes be allowed to play after being charged with domestic violence?

Domestic violence among professional athletes is not uncommon. This rather disturbing fact continues to be a problem in society. Whether one has been a...

Front Row: Why aren’t women as represented in greatest sports person debates

The topic regarding the greatest sportsperson ever takes on a plethora of views and diverse reactions. Legends die and new legends emerge. Records rise...

Front Row: A look back on 2020

As we reflect on a challenging year in the lives of many, 2020 is one year most people will not be nostalgic for. In...

Front Row: COVID-19 concerns cause international hiatus in the soccer world

It's a dream of every soccer player to represent their country in the World Cup. For many, it becomes an emotional moment seeing the...

Front Row: Should university sports come back?

For student-athletes, sports play an integral role in their character development. The responsibility of balancing academic athletic life can be demanding. Still, these athletes...

Player Profile: Staying ready

Nikita McCartney, a fourth-year psychology student at St. Thomas University, is a role model for the STU women’s soccer program. She said she's looking...
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