By HANNAH NOYES The Cornell wrestling team had much to celebrate Monday morning, after a weekend of successful matches against the University of Pennsylvania and Lehigh University. Coming off of two solid victories, the men began to look forward to the upcoming meets against Princeton University and Lock Haven University […]
By OLIVIA MATTYASOVSZKY Tonight, the Cornell women’s basketball team will travel to Providence, Rhode Island to...
By JOON LEE Put me down as someone who never expected to hear the words, “Shout out to my real Africans out there,”...
By ADAM BRONFIN After a loss to Harvard ended the Red’s two-month long undefeated streak last Saturday, the women’s...
By JOON LEE If you had told Cornell men’s hockey coach Mike Schafer ’86 at the beginning of the season that his team would be ranked No. 2 in the country in team defense and have the best goaltender in the country in sophomore Mitch Gillam, he would have been […]Read more ›
By SHAN DHALIWAL The Cornell fencing team travelled to the annual Philadelphia Invitational last Saturday to compete against Temple University, Duke University, the University of North Carolina, Northwestern University and the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Junior foil Angelica Gangemi finished 10-3 at the competition. Freshman Luby Kiriakidi, also on […]Read more ›
By BEN DENSON Who knew that former superstar, “Mr. Basketball” and the self described “oddball” would be poised for a season of greatness? Chris Bosh, yes the overrated, yet somehow underutilized player, is supposed to fill the gap LeBron James left and lift the Miami Heat to its third championship […]Read more ›
Sun Assistant Sports Editor and 10 Questions columnist Anna Fasman sat down with gymnastics juniors Kaylie Cronin and Hannah Clark to talk about everything from barista aspirations to dancing like “a dad at a barbecue.” 1) How did you get your start in gymnastics? H.C.: My mom put me in […]Read more ›
By ARIEL COOPER The women’s squash team jumped into the second half of its season this weekend with victories over No. 14 Drexel and No. 20 St. Lawrence before falling to No. 1 Trinity on Sunday. The win against St. Lawrence was a sweep for the No. 6 Red, with […]Read more ›
By KEVIN LINSEY As the month of January draws to a close, it is time to reflect on a pivotal month in the soccer calendar. January is the only month of the season where teams are permitted to buy and sell players. Therefore, players signed in January can be the […]Read more ›