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Jordan Melidor cites the swimming team as a "strong asset" ad helpful for him to be determined in every match-up.

QC has a Knight in wet armor—Jordan Melidor

The Queens College Knights men’s and women’s swimming teams are off to a good season with three wins and two losses. They have surpassed last season’s total of only two wins, with many more appearances to go. A st...
by Fernando Echeverri
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Queens College alumni create new course on sports broadcasting

Michael Cohen and Michael Weisman, two Queens College alumni, are collaborating to provide opportunities for students entering into the sports broadcasting field. After speaking at QC as a guest in October, Cohen thought it wou...
by Yongmin Cho
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Closing the Gap between Students and Athletes

Queens College offers more than 100 clubs as well as a full athletics program with 19 varsity teams. The fact that QC is a busy place with more than 19,000 students reveals there is a major disconnect between students and stude...
by Tori Bowser
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Sophomore Thomas Soregaroli swim to victory for the Queens College Knights.

QC swimming and diving team make a huge splash at first meet

Swimming and diving are two unique team sports that individuals sometimes categorize not to be. A team’s wins and losses are composed of players’ individual scores.  It is not like other sports where they’re working toge...
by Tori Bowser
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Michael Cohen, a former Queens College graduate, spoke to students about the lessons from his career and gave advice on what students should do.
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Emmy Award winning alumni returns to inspire

On Sept. 29, Michael Cohen, a Queens College alum, returned to educate students on careers in the sports broadcasting field. Cohen grew up in Kew Gardens, N.Y. and attended Hillcrest High School before attending QC. While atten...
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Men’s cross country prove they are more than athletes

The Queens College Cross Country team hopes to finish this season stronger than their last where they were third overall in the East Coast Conference. This season’s roster is composed of eight runners including seniors. The s...
by Candice Samuels
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