Thursday, January 28, 2021

Jordyn Sava

College to tentatively allow sports teams to compete in spring

College President Kathryn Foster released an email on Oct. 29 with an outline of a hybrid plan for returning to campus in the spring, including information about sports teams.

Mental Health Services helps students virtually, continues to provide support

As the result of an online semester, Mental Health Services (MHS) at the College has adapted to supporting students remotely. The College reiterates their commitment to protecting the health and safety of its students, including their mental health. New programs are being offered to students, including racial trauma and coping with Covid-19 support groups, despite the services continuing to remain fully remote.

Students weigh in on NFL injury problems, show concern for eventual return to athletic seasons

In terms of players' physical preparation for the season, they did not receive the same amount of training as years before: no preseason, no minicamps, no organized team activities, no scrimmages.

Fantasy sports leagues connect fans across the country

Since fantasy sports got its start in the ‘60s, it has become more than a game to individuals.

Non-contact outdoor sports to return to New Jersey

With the arrival of June, New Jersey residents are preparing for an unorthodox summer. Events and social gatherings are still limited and social distancing measures are still being implemented — and many are left wondering what their summer will look like, especially when it comes to seasonal sports.

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