Day: April 11, 2018

Women’s lax splits weekend

By Teddy Chmyz – 2 years ago

It was a tale of two games for Brewers women’s lacrosse this past weekend, as they split their home doubleheader, defeating RIT 19-13 on Friday, April 6, before falling to…

Why We Play

By – 2 years ago

This week marks a special edition of Why We Play, as junior soccer player Desmond Curran reflects upon his experience with soccer culture in Spain. One of the most remarkable…

Formula One financing plays politics with parts

By Daniel Bonfiglio – 2 years ago

Money plays an integral role in every sport. Player salaries and facility maintenance impact how an individual franchise develops and performs, while television deals, sponsors and the media have an…

In NBA, the future is here

By – 2 years ago

It certainly was a play to remember. In what would be considered an unbelievable scenario at the beginning of the season, the red- hot Philadelphia 76ers were at home battling…

Please, Tell Us More!

By Professor Wendy Graham – 2 years ago

Wendy Graham, author of “Critics, Coteries, and Pre-Raphaelite Celebrity” (Columbia, 2017), explains her fascination with the Fleshly School controversy (1871-2), a highbrow debate leavened with tabloid quality scandal. Demonstrating the…

Closing of small theaters endangers local communities

By Catherine Bither – 2 years ago

Remember the old days, when you couldn’t order artisan doughnuts and groceries to be delivered to your doorstep? When two-day shipping didn’t exist? Remember when, in order to see a…