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The Irony of the Depressed Comedian

November 19, 2014 12:06 am0 comments

The opinions expressed in this article do not represent the opinions of the Excelsior. By Vanessa Phillips Published: November 18, 2014 Comedy, an art that generates humor and amusement, igniting and spreading laughter and joy to millions of people, is piloted by the comedian. The comedian is considered to be […]

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Developing an Understanding of Child Development

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By Radhika Viswanathan Published: November 19, 2014 Brooklyn College science students in Dr. Yu Gao’s lab are running tests for the Healthy Childhood Study, which focuses on child development to provide information and experience for aspiring physicians and psychologists. Though widely researched, children’s development sets the foundation for the rest […]

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Isles Stars Propel Early Success

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Isles Stars Propel Early Success

By Brandon Green Published: November 19, 2014 After laboring through a tough 2013-14 season that brought with it a last-place finish in the division and a paltry 34-37-11 record, the New York Islanders have hit the ice on a mission to make up for last year’s season-long struggles. So far, […]

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Don’t Sleep on Messi

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Don’t Sleep on Messi

By Brian Munguia Published: November 19, 2014 “He’s had an incredible two or three years, and I think [Cristiano Ronaldo] has certainly overtaken Lionel Messi now as the best player in the world,” Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney said a few weeks ago. “I’m sure it’ll be difficult to give […]

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Injuries and Depth a Chief Concern for the Rangers

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Injuries and Depth a Chief Concern for the Rangers

By Alyssa Paolicelli Published: November 19, 2014 As New Yorkers begin to break out their winter jackets, we can tell that hockey season is upon us. The New York Rangers have had a strange start to their 2014-2015 National Hockey League season. Through the first fifteen games of the season, […]

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Champions Again

November 12, 2014 12:02 am1 comment
Champions Again

By Faraz T. Toor Published: November 12, 2014 The scene looked familiar for the Brooklyn College Women’s Soccer team Saturday. They were on the same field, with the leaves changing around Brooklyn, and against the same opponent. The Lady Bulldogs made sure the result would also be the same. Bergelie Louis […]

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Men’s Soccer Falls in CUNYAC Final

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Men’s Soccer Falls in CUNYAC Final

By Faraz T. Toor Published: November 12, 2014 Despite having a 35-minute man advantage, the Brooklyn College Men’s Soccer team couldn’t overcome an early deficit and lost, 1-0, to Baruch College in the 2014 City University of New York (CUNYAC) final at the Brooklyn College Field on Saturday. Baruch (no. 4 […]

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Brooklyn Falls in Quarterfinals

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Brooklyn Falls in Quarterfinals

By Faraz T. Toor Published: November 12, 2014 Brooklyn College’s Jessica Yin had 19 assists and Fanny Ng got 10 digs, but the City College of New York defeated the Lady Bulldogs Women’s Volleyball team, 3-0 (25-21, 25-23, 25-14), last Tuesday at the Nat Holman Gymnasium at City College in […]

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Catcall Viral Video Sparks Social Discourse of Gender and Race

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The opinions expressed in this article do not represent the opinions of the Excelsior By Jillian Vandiveer Published: November 12, 2014 “10 Hours of Walking in NYC as a Woman” is the latest viral sensation in the online activism world. Unless you’ve taken an ax to your computer in the […]

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Should We Have the Right to Die?

November 11, 2014 11:59 pm0 comments

The opinions expressed in this article do not represent the opinions of the Excelsior. By Gabriel Pariente Published: November 11, 2014 First, do no harm: the creed every doctor must live by when they become certified and enter the profession. Doctors must do everything in their power to aid their […]

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