Hey everyone, it’s your favorite Disney cast member! Since Disneyland will be opening soon and everyone is big on Disney, I thought I would start a weekly column about the Magic Kingdom. I will take you behind the scenes of well-known Disneyland spots and secrets that many people do not know! I will provide you with tips and tricks if you ever do decide to travel to the parks. How about we start off with a secret place — or should I say secret club?
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It was a statement weekend for the No. 14 Arizona beach volleyball team at the Pac-12 South Invitational on March 27-28. Even though they were defeated by No. 18 Stanford by a match score of 3-2, the Sand Cats were not phased. They went on to defeat Oregon 5-0, Utah 5-0, and rival Arizona State 4-1 at Bear Down Beach.
Arizona women’s track and field team finishes in top 10 at Aztec invitational, men’s team finishes in top 5
Both the Arizona women’s and men’s track and field teams had a phenomenal weekend in San Diego, California. The women’s team finished seventh and the men’s team finished fourth at the Aztec Invitational, March 26-27 at Aztrack Sports Deck.
The Phoenix Suns are one of the hot topics in the NBA these days, currently sitting in second place in the Western Conference. There is a lot of talk of whether or not they are legitimate contenders come playoff time. Sports reporters Bryan Savic and Sean Fagan give their take with Savic believing they are contenders and Fagan believing they are pretenders.
One of the most anticipated days recently was the NBA trade deadline on Thursday, March 25. For many teams, the trade deadline is their last chance to improve their rosters to make a run in the playoffs. Many big trades were made but one hit close to home for the University of Arizona.
It was a solid weekend for the Arizona men’s swim and dive team in North Carolina, as they finished No. 12 at the NCAA National Championships on March 24-27 at Greensboro Aquatic Center with a final point total of 106. This finish marked the best for the Wildcats since 2014.
It was a beautiful day in Southern California at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, but it was ruined when the Arizona soccer team lost to USC 1-0 on Friday, March 26.
I will never forget my first Arizona men’s basketball game. It was Thursday, January 21 against Arizona State. I was nervous because I had to take good notes to discuss the game on a podcast. I had never been on a podcast before.
It has been a very interesting season, to say the least. The pandemic has been the talk, but there has been so much more.
My heart was filled with joy and hope as it was announced on March 5, 2021, that Disneyland and all theme parks in California were granted permission to open starting April 30, per new state government guidelines.
At the University of Arizona, we all know the biggest sports are football and basketball. The crowds are loud, the venues are filled and the best recruits come to the school for these sports. The women’s basketball team is playing in the NCAA tournament this year and congratulations to them for breaking the 16-year drought.
The No. 15 Arizona beach volleyball team faced its first big test on Sunday, March 21, in San Luis Obispo, California. They defeated Boise State by a match score of 4-1 yet fell to No. 5 Cal Poly by a match score of 2-3.
At some point in all our lives, I am sure we have all imagined what life would be like if we were famous. Award shows, movie premiers, concert tours, paparazzi and millions of adoring fans. One might see themselves in a mansion in Beverly Hills or in a penthouse overlooking Central Park in New York City. The glitz and glam of being a celebrity are something we all probably want.
One of the most dreaded days of class is exam day. That last-minute study session the night before is always tough, as you quickly review every piece of the study guide because you are not sure what will be on the test and what will not be on the test.
The Arizona baseball team opened up their Pac-12 play with a series against the UCLA Bruins at Jackie Robinson Stadium in Los Angeles, California that began Friday, Mar 19 and ended Sunday, Mar 21. The Wildcats went on to lose the series two games to one.
It was a picture-perfect weekend for the Arizona volleyball team as they swept Cal by set scores of 25-18, 26-24 and 25-23 on Sunday, March 21, at Haas Pavilion.
Another award show has come and gone with the Golden Globes wrapping up on Feb. 28. It was a show filled with a bunch of rich celebrities in outfits that cost a fortune, smiling and clapping as other celebrities stepped up to accept awards that don’t really mean anything.
Every four years, the summer Olympics come back and it is a time for excitement. This year, the greatest athletes in the world will compete in Tokyo, Japan for the opportunity to stand alone on top of the podium with a gold medal around their neck.
After the final day of competition in North Carolina, the Arizona women’s swimming and diving team finished No. 25 at the NCAA National Championships on March 17-20 at Greensboro Aquatic Center with a final point total of 34.5.
The Arizona gymnastics team went to Utah and gave it all they had on Saturday, March 20, as they finished sixth place in the Pac-12 championships with a score of 195.400 in Maverik Center.