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Will it be Another Season of The Same Old Knicks?

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Will it be Another Season of The Same Old Knicks?

By Jonathan Gomez Published: October 29, 2014 The New York Knicks will enter the regular season after a busy offseason and will aim to put their disappointing 2013-2014 season way behind them. But a flurry of offseason moves doesn’t necessarily mean improvement is inevitable. The biggest storyline for the Knicks […]

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The Problem with ‘GamerGate’ Is Everything

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The Problem with ‘GamerGate’ Is Everything

The opinions expressed in this article do not represent the opinions of the Excelsior. By Jillian Vandiveer Published: October 29, 2014 Like most wars, #GamerGate started out with good intentions—or at least it masqueraded as such. Even if you’ve never visited a site like Polygon or never held a game […]

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Women’s Soccer Fails to Muster Any Offense in Loss to Ramapo College

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Women’s Soccer Fails to Muster Any Offense in Loss to Ramapo College

By Daniel Stein-Sayles Published: October 29, 2014 Ramapo College dominated the Brooklyn College Women’s Soccer team, 2-0, in their Saturday afternoon matchup in Mahwah, New Jersey. The Roadrunners (5-9-2) scored both their goals early in the first half in the 9th and 14th minutes and cruised the rest of the game. Freshman […]

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Rays of Brightness Not Lost

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Rays of Brightness Not Lost

By Faraz T. Toor Published: October 29, 2014 Somewhere out there, in the most secluded parts of Florida, there probably were Tampa Bay Rays fans that ran out of their homes Friday to make sure the sky wasn’t falling. That is the effect of what seems to be a mass exodus, as […]

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Louis Brace Leads Women’s Soccer to Dominant 3-0 Victory Over CCNY

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Louis Brace Leads Women’s Soccer to Dominant 3-0 Victory Over CCNY

By Faraz T. Toor Published: October 29, 2014 Bergelie Louis scored two goals as the Brooklyn College Women’s Soccer team dominated the City College of New York, 3-0, Friday at Brooklyn College Field. The captain Louis got things started for Brooklyn (7-7-1) in the 39th minute. BC Midfielder Serene Drakes sent the […]

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A Pair of Hitters Lead the Bulldogs to Victory

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A Pair of Hitters Lead the Bulldogs to Victory

By Daniel Stein-Sayles Published: October 29, 2014 Behind junior Yelizaveta Malysheva’s and sophomore Franchesca LoCascio’s strong hitting games, the Brooklyn College Women’s Volleyball team snapped a brief two-game losing streak. The Lady Bulldogs (10-19) defeated Bard College (3-29), 3-1, in their Saturday non-conference matinee matchup in Annandale, New York. Brooklyn College won […]

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Brooklyn College Men’s Soccer Outlasts Lehman College in Tight CUNYAC Battle

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By Faraz T. Toor Published: October 21, 2014 As a 5-foot-3 defender, Manuel Baltazar isn’t always the target man for goals. One of his last regular season games ever was a good time to break conventions, then. The senior Baltazar scored the lone goal in the Brooklyn College Men’s Soccer […]

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Clean Sheets For All in Women’s Soccer Contest

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Clean Sheets For All in Women’s Soccer Contest

By Daniel Stein-Sayles Published: October 21, 2014 After 110 minutes of action, the back of the nets remained unfazed, and the Brooklyn College and College of Staten Island’s (CSI) Women’s Soccer teams drew, 0-0, after two overtimes Saturday. In front of the second-largest home crowd of the year at the Brooklyn […]

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Women’s Tennis Defeats Lehman College to Advance to CUNYAC Semifinal

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By Faraz T. Toor Published October 21, 2014 In front of the home fans on the Roosevelt Courts, seniors Yuliya Orkis and Rosalia Xue and junior Suraya Maenhout were honored with gifts in their final home matches of their Brooklyn College careers. They returned the admiration by sending the Brooklyn […]

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An Alternative Way to Teach: Brooklyn College’s Puppetry Program Does More Than Just Make Art

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An Alternative Way to Teach: Brooklyn College’s Puppetry Program Does More Than Just Make Art

By Sasha Ramroop Published: October 21, 2014 Nearly 30 years ago, a student and a professor founded a club at Brooklyn College. Now, the club is a non-profit organization that travels to schools across New York City. Director and founder Tova Ackerman said it all started with one simple reason: […]

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