By Daniel Stein-Sayles Published: March, 4, 2014 Brooklyn College political science professor Jeanne Theoharis was honored last week with an Image Award from the NAACP, for her book that tells the expanded story of Rosa Parks. Theoharis’s book, “The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks,” won the award for outstanding […]
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By Julian Jimenez With the eighteenth pick of the 2014 NFL Draft, will the New York Jets select Texas A&M’s wide receiver Mike Evans or University of Southern California’s wide receiver Marquise Lee? Anyone but a defensive player! Ideally, these are a couple of the players the Jets could target […]Read more ›
By Lila Hassan Published: March 4, 2014 Foreign Policy Magazine recently published an article online entitled “The Human Rights that Dictators Love,” written by Pedro Pizano. The main point the article was trying to reach was that because the term “human rights” is so broad and takes many insignificant rights […]Read more ›
By Daniel Stein-Sayles Published: March 4, 2014 He is one of over 7,700 students who attend Creighton University and one of the best college basketball players of all-time, and yet he is perpetually underrated. A senior, 6-foot-7 forward Doug McDermott has had a historic couple of weeks. He has climbed […]Read more ›
By Megan Messana Published: February 25, 2014 The question of our loneliness in the universe is one that mankind has tried to answer for over 100 years. Between emitting radio signals out into the universe as far as we possibly could, and travelling to Mars in the hopes of finding […]Read more ›
By Christopher De Lardge The Wizards needed a new face for the franchise as they tried to get away from the Gibert Arenas era,which ended with weapons in the locker room, injuries, and poor performance on the court. Washington, D.C. needed a player to help rebuild their franchise’s credability in […]Read more ›
By Anastasia Naderiants Published: February 25, 2014 This year’s New York Fashion Week shows were more spread out around Manhattan—and even Downtown Brooklyn; thank you, Alexander Wang, for bringing the fashion community into our quickly flourishing borough—than any previous year, making travel from one show to the next a serious […]Read more ›
By Daniel Stein-Sayles Published: February 25, 2014 The Brooklyn College Men’s Volleyball team defeated the Medgar Evers College Cougars 3-0 (25-8, 25-10, 25-13) thanks to a strong all-around effort last Thursday. With the victory, the Bulldogs evened their overall record to 7-7 this season and improved to 3-1 in City […]Read more ›
By Daniel Stein-Sayles Published: February 25, 2014 The Brooklyn College men’s basketball team was ousted from the City University of New York Athletic Conference Championships on Saturday after losing their quarterfinals matchup against the Hunter College Hawks 90-80, despite a 34-point performance from junior Jai Kellman. The Bulldogs were the […]Read more ›
By Daniel Stein-Sayles Published: February 25, 2014 The NFL season ended on a deflating note as the Seattle Seahawks throttled the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl. Even with this disappointing finish, the 2013 season marked the continued dominance of the American professional football behemoth. The announcement that the NFL […]Read more ›
By Nick Desantis Published: February 25, 2014 The plan was simple. Create as much cap space as possible, and do absolutely anything to convince the NBA’s most talented player, Lebron James, to sign with them. However, after losing out on James, the New York Knicks signed free agent power forward […]Read more ›