By AMIR PATEL Just three games into the season and the Cornell men’s basketball team has already made it clear that last year’s woes are a distant memory. The Red equaled its 2013-14 win total in just the first home game of the season, as it knocked off regional rival […]
By JOHN ZAKOUR Forget FiveThirtyEight and ESPN, the Cornell-Columbia football game represents all that’s great...
By DANIELLE LETOURNEAU Tuesday night, Cornell women’s hockey finished its five home-game stretch with a close 3-1...
Assistant Sports Editor and Ten Questions Columnist Anna Fasman ’16 caught up with junior running back Luke Hagy...
By NIKITA DUBNOV It is always pretty hard to tell people that I am a Mets fan. It usually spawns a question about why I don’t like the Yankees or a statement about how bad the team is. There is no argument to be made. The New York Mets have […]Read more ›
By JOHN MCGRORTY This past Saturday, the Cornell men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams traveled to Cambridge, Massachusetts to compete against Harvard and Dartmouth at Blodgett Pool. Both the men and women split the meet against the Ivy foes. The men beat Dartmouth with a score of 213-87 and […]Read more ›
By ELANI COHEN This past weekend, the men’s polo team welcomed the Gardnertown Polo Club while the women’s polo squad played host to Skidmore College. While the women earned a decisive victory over the Thoroughbreds with a final score of 24-3, the men lost its match against the Gardnertown Polo […]Read more ›
By ADAM BRONFIN It took three months for Cornell men’s basketball to win its first Division I game last year. This season, it took one night. With last year’s 2-26 season firmly in the past, the Red were victorious over George Mason on opening night. In front of a crowd of […]Read more ›
By JOHNNY LEE As a kid, I used to replay the final scene of The Sandlot over and over in my head, sliding into home plate as if I was Benny “The Jet” Rodriguez. I spent more time trying to perfect the Knuckle Puck Slapshot than I did practicing the […]Read more ›
By OLIVIA MATTYASOVSZKY The women’s basketball team had a disappointing start to the season this weekend, losing two close games. The team hosted Hartford on Friday, dropping by a narrow 48-46 margin, and lost an away game at Drexel on Sunday, 62-53. The season opener against Hartford was a nail-biter. Cornell […]Read more ›