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Author: Ryan Moe

The Other Pandemic: SenioritisPosted 05/15/2021 by Ryan Moe

Due to nothing short of an abnormal year, members of the graduating class of Thomas Jefferson High School are battling another virus of their own. Senioritis has been a chronic “illness” that seem... More

Hooping Through the VirusPosted 05/12/2021 by Ryan Moe

Despite the virus and the dangers it brings, the Lady Spartans Basketball Team was able to still have a season. High school athletics have looked far from normal this school year and the Girls’ Bask... More

Madness in MarchPosted 05/12/2021 by Ryan Moe

College basketball’s biggest stage made a reappearance in 2021 after being shut down the year prior. March of 2021 blessed college basketball fans with the return of the March Madness Tournament. Wi... More

Never Bet Against BradyPosted 03/10/2021 by Ryan Moe

This year’s NFL Playoffs consisted of unprecedented seasons from certain teams, epic battles between elite quarterbacks, and an all too familiar conclusion. In a time where everything seems to be di... More

“15 minutes Could Save You, Well Ya Know.”Posted 12/14/2020 by Ryan Moe

The debate for the best car insurance company commercial is a competitive one with many factors, but one company outshines the rest. Although claims, coverages, and collisions don’t exactly scream e... More

COVID Diary #17Posted 12/01/2020 by Ryan Moe

Ryan. My alarm rings throughout my room and forces me to break my deep sleep. My eyes battle my mind for a few extra seconds of rest. It’s a battle that the eyes typically win. I begin brewing coffe... More

Ballin’ the BubblePosted 11/11/2020 by Ryan Moe

After four months off due to COVID-19, the NBA made its awaited return and gave its fans much to enjoy. It feels like centuries since the NBA (National Basketball Association) season came to an abrupt... More

Unpresidential DebatePosted 10/22/2020 by Ryan Moe

Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Joe Biden, along with their vice presidential counterparts, took the stage against one another, leaving many questions unanswered. 2020 has been a year of neve... More

It’s Bigger Than BasketballPosted 05/20/2020 by Ryan Moe

After the season was suspended indefinitely, the NBA and its players look to support COVID-19 relief efforts and those affected by the virus. On Wednesday March 11, 2020, the stage was set for the Okl... More

Ryan’s QuaranTUNESPosted 05/19/2020 by Ryan Moe

With some extra time on my hands, I’ve spent a lot of it listening to both new and old music. 2020; What. A. Year.  With a near World War 3, a global pandemic, and now giant killer bees, this year ... More