By SCOTT CHIUSANO The University of North Carolina is in the news again. The New York Times reported on Wednesday that “two employees in the university’s Afro-American studies department presided over what was essentially a ‘shadow curriculum’ designed to help struggling students — many of them Tar Heel athletes — […]
By AMIR PATEL After securing a well fought-for victory against Yale this past week, Cornell (8-4-1) looks to move back...
By SHANE LEWIS After a heartbreaking Homecoming loss, which saw an inspired comeback bid fall short, the Red travels...
By JOHN MCGRORTY This past Saturday, the Cornell men and women’s swimming and diving teams began their 2014-2015 campaign...
By ELANI COHEN The women’s polo team played host to the Maryland Polo Club this past Saturday. Though the contest began with back-and-forth play, the match ended in Cornell’s favor with a final score of 21-10. Sophomore Emma Eldredge said that the squad did not know what to expect in […]Read more ›
By TUCKER MAGGIO-HUCEK The Cornell men’s lightweight, heavyweight and women’s rowing teams kicked off their fall season in Cambridge, Massachusetts, this past weekend. All three teams competed in the 50th Head of the Charles Regatta that had over 2,200 entries from all different backgrounds. The men’s lightweight team had two […]Read more ›
By NIKITA DUBNOV Two Fridays ago, I called in to a good friend’s sports radio program at Trinity College to give a prediction of the outcomes of the NLCS and ALCS. I prophesied Royals in five and Giants in six. I always like to root for the underdog. However, after […]Read more ›
By ANNA FASMAN Ten Questions Columnist Anna Fasman caught up with sophomore linebacker Chris D’Ambrosio to talk about his pump up rituals and his affinity for delicious foods. 1) How did you get started in football? Football started when I was five years old. My dad played when he was in […]Read more ›
By JOHN ZAKOUR Rooting for the Buffalo Sabres isn’t always easy. In fact, it’s been pretty hard. They’ve been around for over 40 years and never won a Stanley Cup, and their most recent trip (in 1999) is only famous for the Sabres losing in game six, in triple overtime, […]Read more ›
By ADAM BRONFIN After dropping last Saturday’s game to an undefeated Navy squad, Cornell sprint football welcomes Post this Friday. Despite a very strong performance by the offense, Cornell (2-3) was unable to take last week’s game. The Midshipmen (5-0) took advantage of mistakes made by Cornell’s defense and registered […]Read more ›