Sports

Rugby teams prove to be Beasts of the East

By Lindsay Wolk – 60 mins ago

This year, 54 Vassar Rugby players made the four-hour trip to Portsmouth, RI, for the 34th annual Beast of the East Tournament, the largest college rugby event in the country.…

Minnesota Vikings set to revamp with Peterson trade

By Robert Pinataro – 4 hours ago

Earlier this week, Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson announced that he would be signing a two-year deal with the New Orleans Saints. The contract is worth $7 million ,…

NFL turns its back, kicks Colin Kaepernick to curb

By Mack Liederman – 4 hours ago

Today, the NFL will induct college football’s brightest players into its fraternity, with the opening round of the 2017 draft. For 49ers fans, today might be the day they finally…

VC claims fourth in Liberty League Championships

By Fiona MacLeod – 5 hours ago

The Brewers will play Clarkson University on April 28 and St. Lawrence University on April 29, both home on Weinberg Turf Field. Additionally, Friday will serve as Friends of Jaclyn…

Tennis rallies for third Seven Sisters title

By Fiona MacLeod – 1 week ago

After winning the two past annual Seven Sisters Tournaments, the Vassar College women’s tennis team set out to defend their title. Earning hard fought battles against Bryn Mawr College, Smith…

Vassar on par for(e) success at league championships

By Gabrielle Deitch – 1 week ago

As spring competition has picked up in recent weeks, the Vassar women’s golf team has competed in two invitationals: the Vassar College Invitational on April 8 and 9 and the…

Questionable World Cup bid uncovers more scandals

By Desmond Curran – 1 week ago

“Another day, another million dollars” -FIFA. Last year, thousands rejoiced–myself included–as the FBI busted several FIFA executives in spectacular fashion. The country without a glamorous soccer history, whose professional soccer…