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NYIT’s Men’s Tennis Elevates Their Game

The NYIT’s men’s tennis team has found their place in the East Coast Conference (ECC) standings for the majority of this season, and it’s at the top. The team has displayed tremendous success in their play this year and has proved they are able to compete with schools that are …

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The Arizona Takeover

As the loud bursts of thunder rang throughout the sky heavy rain pattered against the windows. A sea of menacingly dark clouds barreled above Long Island, unrelenting in their rapturous downpour. Brianna Romero and Chelsea Gourdin, both natives of Tucson, Arizona, sat gloomily watching the rain cascade on the glass. …

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Baseball Dedication Ceremony

You may have noticed that the baseball field has had some recent improvements (if you’ve ever ventured to that part of campus). Anthony Bolomo Sr. who attended St. Johns University and is CEO of a malpractice firm called Physicians Reciprocal Insurers (PRI), made a generous donation that helped fund the …

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Student Athletes Form Union

For the first time in NCAA history, football student-athletes from Northwestern University have formed their own union. According to the New York Times, a group called the College Athletes Players Association, led by Northwestern quarterback Kain Colter submitted a petition to the National Labor Relations Board in Chicago for unionization. …

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Inside NYIT’s Lacrosse Team

A small rubber ball, about the size of a large cooking apple, lies still in the center of the field. Two testosterone fuelled adolescent men crouch over it, anticipating the referee’s whistle. Once that whistle is blown a caged animal is released, they become two feuding rams clashing violently until …

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Farewell to the Captain

New York Yankees’ Shortstop and Captain, Derek Jeter, sent shockwaves through the sports world when he announced on Face book that the 2014 season would be his last. Jeter fractured his left ankle in the 2012 ALCS and experienced some setbacks during his recovery that pushed his return back until …

Baseball Season

Changing the Game

With the Super Bowl now behind us, it’s time to look forward to the baseball season. The New York Yankees are looking to contend this year with a new look ball club that includes Japanese ace Masahiro Tanaka, former Boston Red Sox centerfielder Jacoby Ellsbury, former New York Met right …

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Men’s Bears Basketball in Full Swing

The NYIT men’s basketball team has reached the half-way point of the ’13-’14 season.  The Bears have posted an eight win and eight loss records so far and have played many close games in the first half of the season. Losing three of their games by one point and one …

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Controversies Surrounding Winter Olympics 2014

On February 7th, the Olympic torch will reach Sochi, Russia and the 2014 Winter Olympics will begin. Unfortunately for these Winter Olympics, they’ve been plagued by controversies and security concerns which have shifted a lot of the focus away from the actual games. There are a lot of questions regarding …

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LET’S GO BIG BLUE!

Of the 8 teams at NYIT, the women’s basketball team definitely makes their stride and relevance show at the halls and pathways of the school; their low number of defeats and the strong bond that they possess as teammates. Although the team is a little more than half way through …