By Amr Ansari (’22) From its advent in 1976 to the cessation of its use in 2003, the Concorde was a marvel of both engineering and ingenuity. Transporting passengers at unprecedented speeds for commercial travel, the Concorde was notorious for its spired nose and reputation for a high decibel sonic boom. Even so, service on the aircraft ceased when it became unsustainable for airlines to … Continue reading Will the next decade see the return of Supersonic Passenger Travel?
By Adeel Ansari (’21) It is not even a surprise at this point… Once again, the Lions have a losing record and fingers are pointing all over the organization. Whether it be people holding up signs at games pressuring Martha Ford to sell the team, calls for a brand-new head coach, or requests for rebuilding the team, nobody is happy with the Lions. One thing … Continue reading Who is to Blame for the Lions?
By Adeel Ansari (’21) At this point in the year, it seems like every team has some sort of complaint against the current NFL referees. Almost every team in the NFL, from the Los Angeles Rams to the Detroit Lions, has suffered from the controversial calls the referees have been making recently. Although both coaches and players are constantly complaining, the NFL has decided to … Continue reading NFL Referees: Something Must be Done
By Adeel Ansari (’21) Week 4 in the NFL had some spectacular games. Whether it be the Buccaneers pulling off an underdog win against last year’s Super Bowl contenders, the Rams, or and obvious Chargers win against, arguably the worst team in the league, the Dolphins, Sunday was quite a day for teams all around the NFL. Here are some individuals on the teams that … Continue reading Players to Watch: Week 4