Posts Tagged ‘Sports’
 

 

1,000 reasons to love Madison Rowland, the sophomore sensation.

The 1,000th point club is composed of the most remarkably talented and hard-working athletes in their respectable sport. This season Queens College women’s basketball team added one athlete who continues to turn heads in her ...
by Tori Bowser
 

 
 

Lady Knights Fencing eyes upcoming regionals

Queens College’s Lady Knights fencing team defeated Yeshiva University to begin their season on Nov. 16 at The Matt Lampell Invitational. According to the NCAA rules, there are only nine dates competitions can be scheduled on...
by Albert Roman
 

 
 
 

How I Got to Live Out My Dream of Being a Journalist

On Jan. 4, I woke up around 7:45 a.m. with so much excitement and enthusiasm. I sprung out of bed like never before and did the usual morning routine. I ate a huge bowl of Honey Nut Cheerios (good for your heart). By 9:00 a.m. ...
by Albert Roman
 

 

 
Photo of Kevin Williams Photo by Michael D Balestra

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
 

 
 
Michael Cohen, a former Queens College graduate, spoke to students about the lessons from his career and gave advice on what students should do.
Photo by Albert Roman

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...
by Albert Roman
 

 

 
 

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