By SCOTT CHIUSANO Despite traces of snow still left on the ground here, baseball season is on the very near horizon and the New York Mets have already received bad news. Heading into this season with a young and promising trio of starting pitchers in Matt Harvey, Jacob DeGrom and […]
By HANNAH NOYES This weekend marks the beginning of the home season for the Cornell softball team. The women will host...
By ARIEL COOPER With the regular season over, the Cornell equestrian team has one thing on its mind: nationals. But...
By JOON LEE Following in the footsteps of senior forward Cole Bardreau, two more members of the Cornell men’s hockey...
By RACHEL CHERNER The Cornell men’s and women’s track and field teams will begin their outdoor seasons this weekend with meets on the west coast leading into Spring Break. 27 athletes for the men will compete in the Texas Relays and the Riverside Internationals for the beginning of the weekend […]Read more ›
By NIKITA DUBNOV With temperatures still near freezing, most Cornellians are still waiting for the spring to kick in on campus. There are signs of hope. The sun is shining brightly these days. The snow has melted and greenery can be seen around campus. Spring break is the gateway to […]Read more ›
By HALEY VELASCO About six months before the opening of the Sochi Olympics, Russia passed a law barring “propaganda of nontraditional sexual relations to minors”. The climate surrounding the 2014 Olympics turned from a positive gathering of international athletes to an event that was surrounded with distaste from across the […]Read more ›
By ANNA FASMAN This past weekend, sophomore Gabe Dean became Cornell’s most recent NCAA champion in wrestling since Kyle Dake ’13 won during his senior season with the Red. Dean is the 17th Cornell champion in the program’s history. Sophomore Brian Realbuto took second place in his fight at 157 […]Read more ›
Last time I wrote about the NFL when the NBA was in season. I have to write about basketball now. I won’t even mention the NFL’s sad veteran combine, the Colts’ amazing proposal about a three point conversion, or the fact there could be two teams in the City of […]Read more ›
By ELANI COHEN Both of Cornell’s polo teams were victorious in the USPA Northeast Intercollegiate Regional Tournament this past weekend. The men’s team has earned the Regional title a total of 21 times, including 12 of the last 13 years. The women’s team has earned the Regional crown 22 times. […]Read more ›