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Tennis champion Coco Gauff, now 19, first rose to prominence in 2019 when she defeated Venus Williams in Wimbledon.

Coco Gauff: The future of tennis and sports stars

Abigail Mocharnuk, Staff Writer September 29, 2023

Scientists say that all of the stars in our galaxy are a product of an incredible amount of pressure and a delicate balance of forces. The same conditions are necessary to produce our stars on Earth. At...

Naomi Osaka practicing before the matches in the Nottingham 2018 Open begin.

Naomi Osaka wins Australian open, beats Williams enroute to her fourth grand slam

Renata Diaz, Staff Writer March 4, 2021

For tennis fans worldwide, the semifinals for the Australian Open on Feb.19 was a big day. As stated by Macsportstravel, the Australian Open is one of the four most significant tennis tournaments in the...

Amber Dubois Headshot

Sexism or not, keep cool

Amber Dubois, Staff Writer September 21, 2018

Serena Williams had the chance to tie the record for for major singles titles at the U.S. Open, but that chance was taken by the “thief” umpire in the final against Naomi Osaka on Sept. 8. Williams...

Timothy Duncan is a retired American professional basketball
player who played with the San Antonio Spurs. 
LeBron James is an American professional basketball player
for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Athletes reflect on idols, Black History Month

Ian Penny, World & Nation Editor March 3, 2017

From Jesse Owens to Venus and Serena Williams, black athletes in the public sphere have earned respect and admiration for their actions in competition and out in the world. Student athletes at Guilford...

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