By SCOTT CHIUSANO On Sunday, the St. Louis Rams made headlines for more than their 52-0 shellacking of the Raiders. Five Rams players walked out onto the field before the game with their arms raised above their heads in the “hands up, don’t shoot” pose that has swept the nation […]
By AMIR PATEL With some excitement surrounding the Cornell men’s basketball program again, the Red looks to extend...
By JOON LEE The Cornell men’s hockey team is approaching a pivotal point in the season with its upcoming weekend series...
By JOHN ZAKOUR College football has a ton of issues. Unbalanced scheduling, player safety, player compensation and conference...
By SHANE LEWIS The Cornell women’s hockey team dominated on Tuesday night, skating its way to a 6-2 victory over the Syracuse Orange. Five different players scored goals for the Red (4-6-1), with sophomore forward Hanna Bunton leading the way with two goals. The win ends the Red’s three game […]Read more ›
By LISA AWAITEY The Cornell men’s and women’s track and field squads look to this weekend for a strong start to the 2014-15 season. The Red’s first challenge is the Greg Page Relays hosted in Barton Hall on Saturday, December 6. The relatively small meet will kickoff the season and […]Read more ›
By SYDNEY ALTSCHULER Coming off an eight-day layoff for Thanksgiving break, the Cornell women’s ice hockey squad returned to action on Monday night, playing host to long-time rival Mercyhurst. Despite a strong performance from the Red, the game was capped at a 1-1 overtime tie. Similar to past matchups in […]Read more ›
By JOHN MCGRORTY This weekend, the Cornell men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams will compete at the annual Ithaca College Invitational. Coming off a win against the University of Pennsylvania and a narrow loss to Princeton, the Red looks to have a strong showing against its cross-town rival. The […]Read more ›
By KEVIN LINSEY Junior Hoilett dribbled in down the right side, drawing the attention of two Derby County defenders. As Hoilett worked his way down to the end line in the 90th minute, fans around Wembley Stadium in London waited in suspense. Surely there was not long left in the […]Read more ›
By BEN SHATZMAN The point guard position has transitioned through phases over the years. The point guard has always been the quarterback on the court, making plays to free teammates for open shots, and in turn, piling up assists. In the modern NBA, though, the position has bred several Oscar […]Read more ›