Tag: Garrett Sanders

OPINION: Society needs a return to civility, positivity and respect

Garrett Sanders, Correspondent

I need to get something off my chest here. I wish that there were more genuine, honest people that lived their life to spread positivity on things and would learn to settle their differences aside and be civil to each other.

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OPINION: Implementing a mandatory quarantine in response to COVID-19 would cause mass chaos

Garrett Sanders, Correspondent

The sky is falling. Literally. Sporting events are being cancelled left and right. Universities and schools across the nation are being shut down. Court hearings across the nation are being postponed. Even Sunday school is being done away with. All of this has an effect on us in some way.

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OPINION: Nashville continues to show ‘pride and loyalty’ amid tornado destruction

Garrett Sanders, Correspondent

Nashville: the Music City. The capital of country music. Where opportunities are turned into reality. And most importantly, my home away from home.

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OPINION: Super Bowl LIV ‘one of the worst choke-jobs in sports history’

Garrett SandersCorrespondent

Last Sunday in Miami, Florida, we witnessed one of the worst choke-jobs in sports history. Super Bowl LIV featured the two hottest teams in the National Football League, but what we saw on Sunday with the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs was that no matter how aggressive one coach has shown to be, there is always a moment where they can crumble and fold.

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A letter to the Mamba from a lifelong fan

Garrett SandersCorrespondent

As I sit here thinking of what I would say to you, there is nothing that comes to mind; nothing, but also everything. The memories and life lessons that you have given me flood in like water from a broken dam and my fingers are just a small funnel, unable to redirect them. You don’t know me, yet it feels like I have lost a brother, father or friend. All I know is that it isn’t right.

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