The Evanstonian

Mascots should not be racially influenced

Michael Barthelemy, Sports Editor

November 8, 2019

In 1995, the Cleveland Indians were on top of the sports world. They were headlined by future hall of famers and all-stars, but the most recognizable part of the franchise remained their “lovable” Native-American mascot Chief Wa...

It’s time to realize professional athletes are people too

Eli Cohen, Asst. Sports Editor

September 27, 2019

Professional athletes can be some of the most beloved people, but also some of the easiest to betray. When a player or team is booed by their own fans due to a horrid performance, I can live with it. Fans pay a lot of money t...

NFL kneeling rule, no big deal

Ben Baker-Katz, Sports Columnist

August 28, 2018

In May of this year, the NFL owners unanimously approved a policy that requires players to stand on the field during the national anthem. However, it does give players the option to remain in the locker room. The kneeling mo...

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