Sports

Despite many senior departures, fencing team perseveres

By KERRIN POOLE – 9 years ago

The Vassar men’s and women’s fencing teams have experienced great highs as well as great lows this season, and numerous individual highlights reflect this. Each team had a record telling…

To eliminate wrestling disregards tradition

By ZACH RIPPE – 9 years ago

In 1896, the Games of the I Olympiad were held in Athens, Greece. This illustrious event is now considered the first Olympic Games of the Modern era. These games featured…

MLB must expand its global reach

By ELI J. VARGAS I – 9 years ago

The moment when spring training rolls around is one of the best times of year for baseball fans, but it is always a hot topic of conversation whenever the World…

Student-run ski team builds lifelong bonds

By CHRISTOPHER BROWN – 9 years ago

With winter varsity sports ending and a new season kicking of, Vassar College’s ski team continues to prosper as a completely student run organization. Although it is not officially recognized…

PED use in NBA hints at corruption

By ELI J. VARGAS I – 9 years ago

Recently, Hedo Turkoglu of the Orlando Magic has become one of the handful of players in the last five years to test positive for steroids in the NBA. Although this…

A basketball player’s guide to bulking up

By LUKA LADAN – 9 years ago

I’ve been around the sport of basketball my whole life—playing it, watching it, showing little kids how to play. And as a sophomore in college, my unconditional love of the…

Ten years later, Jordan’s legacy thrives

By ZACH RIPPE – 9 years ago

Michael Jordan is the greatest basketball player in NBA history. This past Sunday, the game’s greatest hero turned the magical age of 50. To anyone who watched or read anything…