2022 Football Season Preview

Don’t expect Cornell to end its 32-year Ivy League title drought this season. The Red is dangerously thin on the offensive line and is resting its fate on mostly inexperienced players.

Let’s Talk Coffee on Campus

When it comes to the eating habits of college students, our preferences tend to differ. The varying cuisines of Ithaca’s Collegetown and the Commons allow us to access everything from sushi to salads to pizza. The freedom of being a college student means that if we wanted to eat a poke bowl every meal, so be it. However, there is one thing that almost every college student agrees is necessary: coffee. 62 percent of Americans start every day with coffee, and yet it is quite an individualized process because different households prefer various brewing methods.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR | Cornell Football Program

It’s time to make a change in the Cornell University Football Team’s leadership.   David Archer has had more time than any football coach in the long 100+ year history of Cornell University football to produce, at the very least, a winning record with the team.  He has failed to accomplish this in 8 seasons, despite leading the program for a total of 9 years.  Instead he has only a meager 21 wins over 8 playing seasons, averaging less than 3 wins a year!  A near decade of losing has to end, and Archer must be held accountable for his record,  just as any other coach would in another sport.  Cornell has attained great success in other sports like hockey and lacrosse.  There’s no reason not to demand that same level of success in football.

Cornell Experts Dissect Football Concussions, Helmets, Athlete Safety

The American tradition of Thanksgiving is one filled with food, family and football. With eyes glued to the screen to watch the next touchdown, the dangers of football are often overlooked. From the National Football League to Cornell’s football team, concussions pose a great risk to football players.