Written by Liz Charre, Staff Writer With the offseason starting, several trades, awards, and winners have already been announced. However, this past Wednesday was a significant day for baseball starters as the CY Young Awards were announced. CY Young awards are given to the best pitchers in the MLB that have shown dominance throughout the entire season. This year’s CY Young Award winners are Houston Astros’ Dallas Keuchel and Chicago Cubs’ Jake Arrieta. Both of these pitchers showed great leadership, dominance, and strength throughout the 2015 season and postseason. Dallas Keuchel is the third Astros pitcher in franchise history to win the Cy Young award. The last pitcher to win it for the team was Roger Clemens in 2004. As for the Chicago Cubs, Arrieta becomes the fifth pitcher in their organization to take home the Cy Young Award. Given their strong performances throughout the season, there is no doubt that it was a close call, especially for Jake Arrieta. Advertisements
Written by Liz Charre, Staff Writer It’s always exciting to see Ronda Rousey inside the UFC ring because of how dominant she is in defeating her opponents. However, Saturday was a completely different story. As undefeated champs, both Holly Holms and Ronda Rousey made the match even more enjoyable to watch. Unfortunately for all you Ronda Rousey fans, it was one for the books. The ultimate champion was knocked out cold in the second round by Holly Holms. Everybody was on their feet in Melbourne as they all witnessed one UFC’s greatest female competitors knockout, not to mention her first ever. Also, there has been only one other fight that Rousey fought past the first round and that was back in December 2013 where it exceeded to round three.
Written by Jessica Flores, Treasurer “She who dares wins,” is how Lizzy Okoro lives her daily life. With that being one of her favorite quotes at the moment, and her bio on Instagram, you could imagine what kind of woman she is. I had the opportunity to talk to Lizzy over coffee and the loud background noise at Starbucks about everything: childhood memories, inspirational quotes, relationships with parents, creatives, and career changes.
Written by The Athenian Print Student Affairs and The Athenian Print held another successful Word of Mouth event. With a beautiful sunset and city lights, students came out to express their thoughts on a diverse set of topics. They were welcomed with Lauryn Hill music playing in the background, hot chocolate and coffee, churros, and inspirational words written on wrinkled pages. The question of the night: What inspires you?
Written by Liz Charre, Staff Writer As the NBA season kicked off about two weeks ago, the Lakers have had a very slow start. They won their first game out of six against the Brooklyn Nets this past Friday night. Sunday was another tough loss as the Lakers faced the New York Knicks and Kobe Bryant’s farewell from Madison Square Gardens. As the slow start continues for the Lakers, could this be Kobe Bryant’s final season? Is Kobe really giving up 19 seasons with the Lakers? “If this is the last time, I’m fine with that and I feel at peace with that,” stated the 5-time NBA champion in regards to Brooklyn fans’ tributes to him. As the Lakers continue their season on the road, they will face Miami on Tuesday and Orlando on Wednesday. Kobe will not start against Miami as by stated Byron Scott. “It was a last minute decision.”
Written by The Athenian Print Did you enjoy @kimberlyquitzon’s Acappella mix? Come check out more people express their thoughts and feel free to share some of yours today, November 11 from 6:00-9:00 pm outside of the Chalon Campus Center, first floor.
Written by The Athenian Print The Athenian Print and Student Affairs would like to welcome you to our Word of Mouth event this Wednesday, November 11 from 6:30-8:30 pm outside of the Chalon Campus Center, first floor. This is an event where all forms of art may be expressed and shared with others. From songs to dance, and poems, the floor is yours to educate others on what you may be passionate about. There will be an open mic for all to use, complimentary coffee, churro and candy bar. Also, this is an outdoor event so please bundle up as we enjoy the beautiful view of Los Angeles.
Written by Beatriz Garay, Staff Writer
Written by The Athenian Print The evening of Thursday, November 5 sparked something larger than just another annual Charity Ball at the Mount. This year, Student Government Association hosted Charity Ball at the Chalon campus to benefit MaxLove Project. With much success and support, all that was raised went to the grassroots nonprofit organization. Here is a compilation of content recapping the memorable evening.
Written by Tamara Murga, Editor-in-Chief Mexican artist Ana Teresa Fernandez continues to impress many with her 2011 project, Borrando La Frontera, which translates to Erasing the Border. She explores the depth of having a wall dividing two countries that share one sky and its impact when taken off. The triple-fenced, fifteen-foot border that divides the United States and Mexico holds a variety of shared and untold stories from both sides.