The Field as a Happy Place

I overthink things. A lot. I worry about problems that don’t even exist yet. I replay old memories in my head and think about what I should’ve done differently. Often, I never say what I...

Don’t Sleep on Coltrane Tait

Coltrane Tait takes classes in Stern, pulls all-nighters in Bobst and makes the usual trek to MCU Park in Brooklyn for NYU baseball games. He is also the co-founder of a start-up aimed at...

What’s Next for US Basketball?

Following an 89-79 loss to France in the quarterfinals and a shocking 94-89 defeat against Serbia, the U.S. men’s basketball team ended its 2019 FIBA World Cup run in seventh place, the team’s worst-ever...

Pair of First-Years Leads Cross Country to Explosive Start

The women’s cross country team has had an excellent start to its 2019-2020 season. Spearheaded by dominating performances from CAS and Steinhardt first-years Leah Haley and Siena Moran, the team won its season opener...

Women’s Soccer Takes Home Opener by a Wide Margin

Women’s Volleyball  The women’s volleyball team continued its winning ways this weekend, sweeping every match that they played in the Kean Invite. The team is now 10-1 after strong performances from many players on Friday...

Concussions Are Not Just a Football Problem

When I say concussion, you say football. Concussion, football. Concussion, football. Cases like those of Aaron Hernandez and Junior Seau are still fresh in our minds. Hits like these replay in our memories. It seems...

Examining the Tennis Pay Gap

Canadian tennis player Bianca Andreescu was awarded $3.85 million for winning the 2019 U.S. Open women’s singles title. Men’s singles champion Rafael Nadal was also given $3.85 million. If this sounds like an abnormality...

Fiery and Talented, Christian Otero Never Stops Competing

Four years ago, when CAS sophomore Christian Otero was attending Gulliver Preparatory School in Miami, he won two state titles. But that wasn’t enough. “I was in Spain for the freshman year, so I...

Saving Goals and Taking Names

During the past two seasons, women’s soccer starting goalkeeper Meghan Marhan has become a key player for the Violets, establishing a reputation with shutouts and game-saving plays. The Stern junior was awarded the starting...

Women’s Volleyball Starts Off Season With Exciting Wins

Fresh off of its 2018 ECAC Championship win, the women’s volleyball team established itself as a force to be reckoned with and entered this season with a chip on its shoulder. Starting off the 2019...

Women’s Golf Team Looks to Repeat Championship Success

Following five straight Liberty League Championship victories, the NYU women’s golf team capped off its 2018-19 season by winning the NCAA Division III Women's Golf Championship for the first time in program history. "It was...

Jets Are Excited for Now While Giants Look to the Future

When the Giants selected Daniel Jones from Duke University with the sixth pick in April’s draft, fans around the world were silent. They were expecting the pick to be Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins....
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