Day: November 4, 2015

Sports

Men’s basketball team anticipates upcoming season

Basketball season is almost here and the Knights are ready to make it a special one. A mix of youth and experience is key for the team as they build on last year’s accomplishments. Despite setbacks last season, the team is determined to place its best foot forward for the upcoming season. The team is […]

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Sports

Mixed emotions on campus for Mets in World Series

The New York Mets reaching the World Series since 2000 was major news for Queens College students following baseball. Of course, not all are happy about it. “[I am] absolutely not [happy about it]. I’d rather see them lose every year than root for them,” Jordan O’Brien, sophomore, said. The Mets defeated the Chicago Cubs […]

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Sports

Knights eager to defend championship in upcoming season

Queens College women’s basketball team wants to capture back-to-back Eastern Conference Championships. In a preseason poll, the Knights were predicted to win the conference championship. They received nine of the 11 votes and topped the list with 117 total points. Head coach Elizabeth Naumovski enters her fifth season managing a team which won 20 games […]

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Arts & Entertainment

“Rosemary’s Baby” still gives chills even after Halloween

Halloween may be over, but Roman Polanski’s “Rosemary’s Baby” is still an excellent horror film to watch for scares. This film, released in 1968, is a masterful horror film as the terror comes not from what is seen, but unseen. Though the film is about witches and demons, the horror of the film is found through […]

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News

Library offers convenience through Mediascape rooms

Large glass doors, luxury couches, smooth chairs, a wide roundtable and a 36-inch TV. This is not a fantasy, it is a Mediascape room at the library. In 2008, the Benjamin S. Rosenthal Library announced it would renovate all six floors after its look began to falter since its opening in 1988. The entire project […]

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A variety of resources for use at Rosenthal Library

The Benjamin S. Rosenthal Library consists of six floors filled with many resources for students and faculty to use. Specifically, the library holds over 900,000 books, 1,000 scholarly articles and 92,000 periodicals. Moreover, there are computers and study rooms available on each floor. The Multimedia Common room, found on first floor, provides free electronic rentals […]

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Arts & Entertainment

Godwin-Ternbach Museum exhibits life on the Silk Road

Godwin-Ternbach Museum hosted a new photography exhibit called “Along the Silk Roads,” which debuted on Oct. 15. Lynn Gilbert, an artist featured in the exhibit, provided photographs from Turkey. Specifically, her pictures come from Cappadocia, Turkey, ranging from heritage sites to the interior of a 200-year-old house. She also captured the images of the working class in […]

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