ONORATO: The dream that brought meaning
In the spirit of reflection that the end of every school year and every season brings, I have had a chance to think about softball, being a student-athlete at Yale, and what I might be able to take away from my four years here.
ONORATO: The last firsts
This time of year — the second semester of senior year — can be tough. There are theses and snow and midterms and nostalgia and more snow. It’s cold, it’s bleak and we can at times find ourselves wishing for graduation to come a little more quickly.
ONORATO: February, 27 days too long
February isn’t just the worst because it seems to snow every single day — although that’s not helping its case any. Despite being the shortest month of the calendar year, February is by far the longest and darkest for any sports fan.
ONORATO: The holiday of hype
It certainly seems to be something more than just football. There is an incredible narrative that goes with the entire event that, although obvious, might be worth a second look.
ONORATO: An Urban shift in Columbus
On Monday night, Urban Meyer and his Ohio State Buckeyes became the first team to win a college football national championship in the playoff era. The win has people talking about the masterful coaching of Meyer, whose win on Monday night makes him only the eighth coach in history to win three championship titles and one of two coaches to win championships with two different programs.
ONORATO: The value of a cable car
There are few things more iconically San Franciscan than a cable car. Perhaps that is why San Francisco Giants pitcher and recent World Series champion Jake Peavy has decided to buy one for himself.
Senior day celebrates the best in sports
The end of the school year is characterized by the mayhem of Spring Fling, cramming for finals and packing up boxes, all while trying to fit in just a little time for tanning in the courtyards. It’s hectic, to say the least.