■ Despite a full season of dominance, Boston Celtics guard Isaiah Thomas came under heat for sitting out.
■ The softball team was unable to push past a .500 record with their fourth loss of the season on Wednesday.
■ Irie Gourde ’17 finished in third place in the 400-meter run this past weekend with a time of 49.70.
■ Distance runner Emily Bryson ’19 dominated in the mile run to shatter the school record earlier in the week.
■ Cameron Braz ’17 was outstanding for the Judges as he won two gold medals against Clark University.
■ Center Maria Jackson ’17 threw down a whopping 22 points in a sweeping victory against Case.
Aging is a topic of growing importance. In current society, ageism is rarely discussed in relation to prejudice.
■ Guard Carlin Haymon ’18 led the Judges with 22 points en route to a blowout victory against Salem State.
■ Ryan Stender ’18 finished sixth among New England competitors in the eight-kilometer race.
To nobody’s disappointment, the 2016 to 2017 National Basketball Association season has gotten off to a fast-paced and exciting start, thanks to its players’ endless talent pool. As usual, players like Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James, Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry and Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook have dominated so far, but other players like Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid, Toronto Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan and Atlanta Hawks center Dwight Howard are surpassing every critic’s expectations. To start the list, DeRozan, who has begun his eighth season on fire, is averaging more points than anyone in the league at an impressive 34.1 per game.