SPARACIO | Are We the Next “Lost Generation”?

It’s been three weeks of walking to class and three weeks of “the real college experience.” These three weeks have felt oddly normal with ClubFest and homecoming crowds littered with masks and bustling with the awaited conviction that this is what college is really like. These events allow for the essence of normality. Though as I walked through the Arts Quad with my friend, we talked about still feeling “lost.”

It’s been three weeks of Ithaca’s characteristic sunsets, one of the only things that’s remained the same on campus. Sunsets of orange and violet capture day fading into night, painting a backdrop of color on our time here. As a sophomore, I’m still learning where the buildings are and I’m still being mistaken for a freshman.

Sprint Football Falters in Season Opener Against Mansfield

After a year-long hiatus from competition, Cornell Sprint Football traveled down to northern Pennsylvania to face the Mansfield Mounties for their season opener of the 2021 season. Looking to improve from their 2019 record of 1-5, the Red had high hopes to start their season off on a better note against the Mounties.

Red Men’s Soccer Look to Further Four Game Win Streak Tuesday against rival Syracuse

The Red Men’s Soccer team (4-1) are winners of four straight and look to carry that momentum into Tuesday’s twilight matchup against rival Syracuse University (4-3). The Battle for Central New York will kick off at 7 p.m. at Berman Field, where Cornell’s eleven will look to capture regional pride and beat the Orange at home for the first time since 1998.