Sports

Ray Lewis’ exit from spotlight welcome

By LUKA LADAN – 6 years ago

W ith the Super Bowl officially in the books and Baltimoreans celebrating the embattled city’s glorious moment in the limelight, it’s finally time to say goodbye to Ray Lewis. Long…

Squash teams face tough losses

By AMREEN BHASIN – 6 years ago

The Vassar College Men’s and Women’s Squash teams are a small but tight knit group of athletes. The men’s team is made up of thirteen players while the women’s roster…

Outing club travels beyond beaten path

By MEAGHAN HUGHES – 6 years ago

When students want to get away from Vassar for a bit, they might limit their options to a ten minute drive to the Poughkeepsie Galleria or a day-long trip to…

Lockouts have no place in NHL culture

By ZACH RIPPE – 6 years ago

It wouldn’t be professional sports without some sort of lockout. In the aftermath of a potential NFL lockout during last year, and an NBA lockout that shortened the season to…

Bryant rouses respect across team divides

By LUKA LADEN – 6 years ago

This past week, Kobe Bryant surpassed 30,000 total points for his career, becoming the youngest player in NBA history to do so. He accomplished the incredible feat against the New…

Lakers’ slow start shocks longtime fans

By ELI J. VARGAS I – 6 years ago

When picturing success in basketball, one imagines sixteen champsionships and the likes of Magic Johnson, Kareem Abdul Jabar and Shaquille O’Neal. Those championship banners, trophies and the bright lights of…

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