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Washington Nationals Fans celebrate World Series victory

Senior Jeremy Ashe (left) stands along Constitution Ave. for the Nationals “Nats” Parade, sporting the baseball team in support of their recent World Series win.

By Hannah Zozobrado, Arts Editor

November 9, 2019

It is no secret that recently, Washington D.C. has been the hub of sports championships: the Washington Capitals witnessed their first Stanley Cup win in 2018, the Washington Mystics received their first WNBA championship earlier this year and, of course, let’s not forget to mention the groundbreaking v...

Nationals need to Rebound from Last Season

Nationals need to Rebound from Last Season

By Ross Tanenbaum, Production Editor

March 21, 2014

As baseball season begins, the Washington Nationals need to figure out a strategy to make it to the playoffs, after coming up short last season. After a heart-breaking loss to the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2012 postseason, the Nationals failed to make the postseason in 2013. With solid performances...

The Observer’s top 5 (Nov. 2012)

November 7, 2012

'Ya Boy Mitt' - This popular Twitter account poses as Mitt Romney and tweets hilarious anecdotes like "dayglow tonight tho put the campaign on hold" or "honestly y’all know I just chose Paul Ryan cuz he got two first names lol." iPhone 5- This new iPhone is lighter, faster and has a larger screen than the i...

Looking to “Ignite your Natitude?” Check out our bandwagon cheat sheet

By Matt Raab, Sports Editor

October 11, 2012

Your Washington Nationals are 32 games over .500, with a record of 91--58 at press time. They’ve easily surpassed their home run totals from last year and their pitchers have allowed the fewest runs in all of Major League Baseball. The team has a 5.5 game lead over the Atlanta Braves in the Nation...

Three way tie: No bright future in sight for the Washington Nationals

By By: Brett Mead, Sports Editor

March 23, 2010

Let’s roll back the clocks to 2005. The Redskins just made the playoffs for the first time in six seasons under the tutelage of legendary head coach Joe Gibbs. The Wizards posted their best regular season record in 26 years behind the best backcourt in the NBA (Gilbert Arenas and Larry Hughes). Finally,...

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