Showing posts from February, 2019

Colectivo & Bucks Partner On Charitable Coffee

Come see what's brewin'... Oh sorry, wrong team, still, the play on words, I had to. The Milwaukee Bucks and Colectivo Coffee are partnering on a limited-edition Bucks Blend Coffee that will be featured as Colectivo’s Coffee of the Week from Monday, Feb. 25 – Sunday, March 3 at all 13 Milwaukee-area Colectivo locations. Prior to that, the coffee will be available for sampling and purchase at Bucks games tonight and Saturday, Feb. 23, at each Bucks Pro Shop location at Fiserv Forum. In addition, one-pound bags of Bucks Blend Coffee are also available for purchase on a limited basis at One dollar from the sale of each one-pound bag will go to the Milwaukee Bucks Foundation .

Marquette Star Markus Howard Opens Up About Mental Health

Markus Howard photo courtesy Marquette University Especially among men, even more so among high level athletes, being open about mental health struggles can be seen as a weakness. In a new ESPN video , Markus Howard of the Marquette Golden Eagles men's basketball team talks about going to a weekly therapy session. Moving on to college can be a hard thing for anyone, then add on the stress of competing at a high college level basketball program and it's not difficult to see how many athletes can struggle with all the demands. Some of the issues that these students, and we have to remember they are still young and students, struggle with and become headlines, may be avoided if more would take the approach that Howard is taking. He and his coach, Steve Wojciechowski, talk about how they see therapy as an important part of maintaining the level, to have an outlet without the stigma of weakness. No one should be afraid to ask for help, you aren't stronger if you go it