He’s a Runner, He’s a Track Star – Meet Virginia Tech’s Newest Commit!

With the winter track season in full swing right now and the spring season right around the corner, lots of expectations are headed for the scorps. This is particularly the case for last year’s state champion Judson Lincoln.  Lincoln realized that he could take track and field seriously around the 7th or 8th grade. At that age, he felt “I could be really good at … Continue reading He’s a Runner, He’s a Track Star – Meet Virginia Tech’s Newest Commit!

The Life of Betty White

Betty White was “a warm and popular presence,” according to People Magazine, whose issue celebrating White’s 100th birthday, was published on December 29, 2021. White passed away peacefully just two days later in her Los Angeles home on December 31, 2021. Set to turn 100 on January 17, 2022, White was one of the few Hollywood actors whose career spanned nearly 70 years. White graced … Continue reading The Life of Betty White

The Legacy of Bob Saget

Bob Saget, the beloved actor and comedian, will be remembered for his stand-up comedy and many of his hit roles in television and film.  The Beginning  Bob Saget began his career in the city that he was raised in: Philadelphia. It’s where he graduated from college and the place that shaped him into the jokester he was. For years, Saget performed many comedy gigs, from … Continue reading The Legacy of Bob Saget

We Can Get Through This, No Matter The Season!

Seasonal depression is pretty self-explanatory, but like all mental health issues, it’s not that simple. Seasonal depression, also known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (ironically acronymed as SAD) is not just “feeling blue,” it’s having a change in mood and behavior for prolonged amounts of time. The American Psychiatric Association (APA) states that it is a chemical imbalance linked with the changes of the season that … Continue reading We Can Get Through This, No Matter The Season!