La Copa: Teams continue to qualify for the second stage

La Copa: Teams continue to qualify for the second stage

Daniela Gonzalez, Staff Writer, Webmaster

June 25, 2014

Just fourteen days into the 20th FIFA Men's World Cup, ten teams have officially qualified for the second stage, some are still undetermined, and quite a few have already been eliminated. Surprisingly enough, a number of typically successful European favorites, such as Italy, England, and Spain, have...

Day 2 in the Sentinel Staff

Justin Kasser, Writer

June 24, 2014

It’s been a day full of hard work, nail-biting, and entertaining day for the Seven Sentinels. After three classes in the morning from 8 to 11:30 a.m., all knew a little bit more about the multimedia tools they would be working with. 22 year old Eric Burse showed off some of his award winning video work in the journalism world, and how a typical story can be enhanced through video tools and editi...

A’s drop series opener in New York

A's drop series opener in New York

Jasper Goodman, Staff Writer

June 24, 2014

The Oakland Athletics took a 10-1 beating today from the New York Mets at Citi Field in New York. The A’s allowed 10 runs on 12 hits in the game. Scott Kazmir suffered the loss for the A’s. The lefty allowed a season high seven runs on eight hits over his three innings of work. Despite the loss,...

First openly gay player to be drafted into the NFL

Michael Sam was selected by St. Louis Rams in the 7th round of 2014 NFL draft.

Mahima Dutt, Staff Reporter

June 24, 2014

Most recently in the LGBTQ sports world, Michael Sam became the first openly gay player drafted for the NFL. His decision to come out didn’t affect the NFL draft outcome like some predicted since he was drafted by the Rams. After hearing of the news, Sam turned to his boyfriend and kissed him. Consequently,...

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