Rapper The Game returns as vicious as ever in throwback form to his West Coast predecessors in his third album “LAX”.
Straight out of Compton, the former Washington State baasketball player is back on the mic in an attempt to dominate the gangsta’ rap genre and solidify his seat among the ranks of Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, Tupac and the like on what could be his last album. Continue reading “LAX” brings classic West Coast music feel Los Angeles rapper succeeds with hip-hop tracks
Christopher Paolini took the world by storm when he published his first book “Eragon” in 2003.
Paolini had been home-schooled his whole life and graduated from high school at the age of 15. He then proceeded to begin writing the Inheritance cycle.
A short five years later, the first half of the last novel in the trilogy is being released to a multitude of excited fans. Continue reading The journey with magic, destiny and power
The Fighting Scots women’s soccer team has historically been one of the strongest teams in the North Coast Athletic Conference. In five of the last six seasons, the team has finished with at least 12 wins.
From the looks of this past weekend, this upcoming season will be no different. Continue reading Women’s soccer wins Herb Lauffer Tourney
After finishing third in the conference last year, the women’s volleyball team got off to a false start in the 2008 season opener. The team opened their season last weekend with the River City Tournament at Marietta, fighting through a series of four matches to earn a 1-4 record. Continue reading Volleyball team loses opening tournament
This was not the opening weekend the Wooster men’s soccer team was hoping for. Coming off the first season in nearly a decade in which the Fighting Scots were unable to finish the year with a winning record, Friday’s and Sunday’s games versus Aurora and Heidelberg were supposed to be the first steps in the direction of vindication. Continue reading Men’s soccer team drops two close ones to Aurora, Heidelberg to kick off 2008 season
Olympians are the world’s best athletes. Even people who don’t typically watch sports tune in every two years to watch both Winter and the Summer Olympics, despite their nationality or where they happen to reside.
The 2008 Olympics took place in Beijing, China. There were 10,500 athletes that were competing in 28 different sports. Continue reading Sara’s Outlook