‘Steal Fire from the Gods’ held me captive till the very last page
By Ellie Estrema
Ever since “The Hunger Games” swept onto the YA scene, dystopian novels have been a staple of the genre. From the speculative “Divergent” to the thrilling “The Maze Runner” to the Christian “Out of Time,” there has been a dystopian novel for every reader’s preference. However, no dystopian novel has ever captured my attention long enough to leave an impact. So when I picked up “Steal Fire from the Gods” by Clint Hall, a dystopian story with ...
Brads’ Breakdown: New month, new stakes
By Alan Brads
Champions are crowned in December and January. They are forged in November.
How do you fare when you play three tough conference games in a row? Can you bounce back from a loss? When your star linebacker gets thrown out for targeting, can you rally against your archrival? Can you handle the snow?
Balanced teams have the best chance to address all those questions. That is why I love Oregon’s chances in the Pac-12, and Ohio State or Michigan to win postseason games.