Day: September 10, 2014

Contract negotiations win higher wages for SEIU workers

By ELIZABETH DEAN – 7 years ago

During this summer, the Service Employees International (SEIU) Local 200 union, which includes employees in the Retreat, the All Campus Dining Center (ACDC), cleaning services and some of Buildings &…

Outside the Bubble 9/11/2014

By RHYS JOHNSON – 7 years ago

Iraqi Soldier Survives Mass Execution by ISIL Ali Hussein Kadhim, an Iraqi army recruit, was one of 1,700 captured by Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, otherwise commonly…

American FIBA absence unacceptable

By SAM HAMMER – 7 years ago

For those of you who were not aware, the Fédéracion Internationale de Basketball, otherwise known as FIBA, is currently running the seventeenth basketball World Cup in Spain. The tournament, which…

Team owners value business over culture

By ELI J. VARGAS I – 7 years ago

Hypothetically speaking, if the US were to someday be conquered by another cultural nation that spoke a completely different language, there could be quite a few things that would anger…

Jeter’s exit denotes changing era

By ZACHARY HEINZ-AUGUST RIPPE – 7 years ago

Barring a late season run, this September will be Derek Jeter’s last month playing professional baseball. Jeter, the physical embodiment of the New York Yankees and Yankee Pride for the…

Fall teams open dynamic season with invitational matches

By ELI J. VARGAS I – 7 years ago

Women’s Field Hockey Field hockey has started the year off well by earning its fourth Betty Richey Invitational title by beating Manhattanville College 2-0 and Thomas College 4-0 this past…

Letter to the Editor 9/11/14

By CATHARINE HILL – 7 years ago

Dear students and colleagues: In the face of issues in our country and around the globe that continue to escalate and defy resolution, I believe it is our responsibility to…