The UEFA Champions League semifinals, where the last four remaining teams will duke it out to decide who will be crowned Europe's best, is quickly approaching. Liverpool will be taking on Barcelona while Tottenham Hotspur will face Ajax. With these two matchups in mind, which players might prove to be the difference and push their... Continue Reading →
Racism. It's been an issue throughout human history, but we are in 2019 and it continues to plague our world. From the workplace, to schools, and what feels like everywhere else, racism can be found. It's even in sports such as the "beautiful game" of football. Incidents of racism in football around the globe are... Continue Reading →
Some teams are breaking the bank but while other teams refuse to spend at all. How will contracts impact the future of baseball? The future of baseball is inherently tied to that of the contracts that pay players to pay the sport. Just a few years ago, it seemed ludicrous to suggest that a single... Continue Reading →
The Nuggets defeated the San Antonio Spurs in game 7 90-86. Game analysis and look ahead.
What an episode, though it has been five days since the episode aired it has taken me this long to be able to write about everything. Though this episode marks the second episode, it means that we're done with the lead-up. Gendry and Arya meet for the first time since the red woman paid for... Continue Reading →
On Quibbl's last Brexit update, we asked our readers to predict whether the UK and the EU would reach a divorce agreement by end of 2017. Now, nearing mid 2019, we find ourselves asking the same question - European politics staff writer Aurora Matteini takes us through how we ended up in this debacle, and... Continue Reading →
Three NBA things: the Warriors looking fallible, James Harden looking unstoppable, and Gregg Popovich spending lots of money on food.
There is a lot to catch up on with the episode of Game of Thrones that came out Sunday, or maybe not? The first episode had many people shaking with excitement thinking about how much was coming in the next five episodes. The unification of Arya and Jon (brought a tear to my cold dead... Continue Reading →
By Peter Case Recent protests in North Africa have excited the media, immediately drawing comparisons with the 2011 Arab uprisings, also known as the Arab Spring. In late 2010, a street vendor in a small Tunisian town self-immolated to protest the overextension of regime authority. The street vendor, a young man named Mohamed Bouazizi, was... Continue Reading →