Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts Recruits California Basketball Players
Kailey Rios made the courageous decision to uproot her life on the West Coast to attend college on the East Coast. She has not seen her family in person in months. Everything that she has known has been turned upside down, except basketball.
Kailey is learning to live 2,900 miles from where she was raised in Hesperia, California. She is a freshman at Clark University, a small liberal arts college in Worcester, Massachusetts, located 47 miles west of Boston. The lure of playing college basketball and living on her own was too much to resist.
Brody Limric: Growing Up in a Basketball Family
Brody Limric is happy. The second-year player, who transferred from Quinnipiac University in 2022, has found his basketball home at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain, playing for the Blue Devils.
The team is off to a shaky 4-6 start; however, optimism remains as the Central team winds down its nonconference schedule in December under third-year coach Patrick Sellers, with conference play to follow.
Ninth-Grade Students Tackle Mental Health Challenges in the Gallery Walk
The Greater Hartford Academy of Arts (GHAA) hosted its first 9th-grade Mental Health Gallery Walk on a frosty morning in mid-November.
GHAA is run by the Capital Region Education Council (CREC). Students are attracted to this magnet high school’s “college-preparatory and pre-professional arts education,“ with offerings in theater, dance, media arts, music, visual arts and creative writing.