By Taylor Hsieh ’21 Bobbi Gibb is known as the first woman to ever complete the Boston Marathon– and she … More
By Taylor Hsieh ’21 An ape-like man drops from a tree and lands on the steaming ground of South Africa … More
By Wilson C. ’20 The 2018 NFL season has been thrilling, full of unexpected successes like the rise of the … More
By Sarina D. ’19 Each new decade in American history brings about renewed hope for political reform, a sense of … More
By Chloe N. ’22 When it comes to being a freshman at Crystal, life is tough. Add up a math … More
By Marlena B. ’20 Throughout my entire life, I’ve always considered myself to be a healthy and strong individual; I … More
By: Marlena B. (’20)
It’s no secret that track is a stressful sport. Most people have likely heard their friends complaining endlessly about the races, the training and all the pain and stress that goes along with it. So why do these people come back year after year despite these challenges? How do they deal with the stress to compete successfully? I decided to interview some current track members to find out.
By: Caitlin R. (’20)
You’ve probably heard of fitness fads like spinning classes, hot yoga, and other exercises made into classes in fun, artsy environments. People who go to these classes claim to be addicted and praise them to no end. And, while there’s probably some truth to these allegations of greatness, classes like SoulCycle and Bikram Yoga come with a high price tag. A 45 minute SoulCycle class is $32, while a 90 minute Bikram Yoga class is $25. Although these classes are definitely fun and beneficial, are they really anything more than normal fitness classes made to look trendy?
By: Marlena B. (’20) The start of this football season marks a change in a time-honored tradition of sports. For … More
By: Zach S. (’20)
This is a brief interview of the co-president of Head In The Game. The organization holds sporting events to raise money and awareness for concussions and concussion research. Keep reading for a quick look into the world of Head In The Game from the perspective of sophomore Kirk Love!