Q&A with SGA Candidates

Q&A with SGA Candidates

September 9, 2020

Sweat At Home with Hatter Network – Week 1: Cardio

Sweat At Home with Hatter Network - Week 1: Cardio

Hannah Russo, Writer - The Reporter

April 16, 2020

Every facet of our lives has changed dramatically amidst the spread COVID-19; one particular upset has been to our fitness routines. Gyms, fitness centers, and sports teams have ceased operations, leaving a void where weightlifting and spin classes once were.    Perhaps you’re wondering how you’re supp...

Kobe Bryant: A Legacy that will Live on Forever

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Josh Miller, Sports Staff

February 26, 2020

The public memorial held to celebrate the lives of Kobe and Gianna Bryant took place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles California on February 24. Fans, celebrities, and basketball legends gathered to honor the lives Bryant and his daughter Gianna in a sold-out service. All funds generated from ticket...

Donald Payne: From Stetson Hatter to NFL Starter

Josh Miller, Sports Staff

January 30, 2020

        Former Hatter Donald Payne was not used to being in the spotlight. Growing up in Fayetteville, Georgia, Payne attended a small high school named Landmark Christian. After posting impressive high school seasons, Payne found himself committed to Stetson University to continue his football career...

Tim Duncan: From Player to Coach

Josh Miller, Sports Staff

December 7, 2019

         Arguably one of the greatest NBA big men of all time, San Antonio Spurs center Tim Duncan retired from basketball at the end of the 2016 season. After Duncan's career ended in the NBA as a player, Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich announced this past summer that Duncan would be joining his s...

Magic Bounce Back, Prepare to Perform on the Road

Josh Miller, Sports Staff

November 25, 2019

         The Orlando Magic closed their biggest homestand (a span of continuous home games) of the season winning four and losing one in a close game with the Indiana Pacers. Their four wins came against tough opponents like the Philadelphia 76ers, San Antonio Spurs, Memphis Grizzlies, and the Wash...

10 Games in, Offensive Struggles Hurting the Magic Early on

Amway center during Milwaukee Bucks vs the Orlando Magic.

Josh Miller, Sports Staff

November 15, 2019

         The Orlando Magic are 10 games into the 2020 season and, having posed a 3-7 record, are sitting at the bottom tier of the eastern conference standings. The biggest struggle that the Magic have faced this season has been their play on offense, specifically shooting from behind the three ...

Orlando Magic Season Preview

Orlando Magic Season Preview

Josh Miller, Sports Staff

October 23, 2019

         Things are looking up for Orlando Magic fans this semester. After making the playoffs last season for the first time in seven years, there is a new sense of optimism going into the 2020 season.           This year’s team features a variety of versatile players. There is also a...

The case for Moonlight as Best Picture

Moonlight (2016)

Jason Cruz, Editor-In-Chief

March 23, 2017

I am having a difficult time reviewing Moonlight because it captures and evokes feelings indescribable. The film delivers a straightforward plot, in which a gay boy is terrorized until he rebuilds himself as a hardened man, isolated from anyone who could make him vulnerable. Director and writer Barry...

WHNN News Hour at 4 – February 19, 2017

February 19, 2017

WHNN gives you an inside look on upcoming events and cultural credits such as the PINK OUT GAME on February 26th. How did the Stetson Women's Basketball team finish their home games? Plus a special report with Executive Producer, Samantha Zarek! Join us every Sunday 4pm EST on the Hatter Network Facebook for WHNN News Hour at 4!...

WHNN News Hour at 4 – February 5, 2017

February 4, 2017

WHNN's Allison Tankersley and Daniella Hankey update you on upcoming events. Rhiannon Boyer provides you with a forecast for the week ahead while Aubrianna Halls joins DJ Swerdloff for "This Week in Stetson Athletics." PLUS - An Exclusive on YOLO with WHNN News Anchor Jodi Campbell. WHNN News Hour...

WHNN News Hour at 4 – January 29, 2017

January 29, 2017

The first edition of WHNN News Hour at 4. WHNN's Allison Tankersley and Daniella Hankey update you on upcoming events, such as the DeLand Beer Week and John B. Well Week. Rhiannon Boyer provides you with a forecast for the week ahead while DJ Swerdloff reviews this week in Stetson athletics. PLUS...