Terriers "Shoot the Lights Out" of FDU

Terriers "Shoot the Lights Out" of FDU

The St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers women’s basketball team defeated the Fairleigh Dickinson University Knights 88-78 Monday night with a massive amount of rebounds and assists.

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The Desensitization of America

The Desensitization of America

First off: this article has absolutely nothing to do with gun control or the protection of your right to own guns. It has everything to do with the explosion of…

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Beyoncé’s Formation: Black and Proud

Beyoncé’s Formation: Black and Proud

On Saturday afternoon famous pop singer Beyoncé dropped legendary music video “Formation” the day before her electrifying Super Bowl performance.

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Delaney, Terriers Fall to No. 2 NEC Team

Delaney, Terriers Fall to No. 2 NEC Team

The St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers women’s basketball team put forth a powerful effort in their 55-63 loss against the second place NEC Sacred Heart University Pioneers Saturday – especially sophomore…

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Hopkinson, Jewell lead Terriers in 85-71 win over first place Knights

Hopkinson, Jewell lead Terriers in 85-71 win over first place Knights

After losing a close game to the Sacred Heart Pioneers just two nights ago, the St. Francis Terriers came back to upset the Fairleigh Dickinson Knights, 85-71, who entered the…

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Clearing SFC's Smoke-filled Passage

Clearing SFC's Smoke-filled Passage

Brother Gregory Cellini and Health Promotions Professor Dr. Michele Montecalvo have teamed up with Julia Cuthbertson of NYC Smoke Free to try to tackle the problem of second hand smoke…

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Sleep no more: NYPD to crack down on sleepy straphangers

Sleep no more: NYPD to crack down on sleepy straphangers

Police Commissioner William Bratton has announced a plan to have cops wake up commuters who nap on trains and arrest them if necessary, in an effort to reduce the crime rate…

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10 Places to Eat in Downtown Brooklyn

10 Places to Eat in Downtown Brooklyn

What do I want to eat? It's something I, and most likely you, ask too many times throughout the day. While ballin’ on a budget can be a nuisance -…

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Baumgardner Condemns "Rape Culture"

Baumgardner Condemns "Rape Culture"

Dr. Emily Horowitz held her second lecture series of the semester this week with a screening of the documentary It Was Rape, which denounces the many facets of what’s considered…

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Barbie’s Getting A Makeover

Barbie’s Getting A Makeover

For some time the physique of Mattel’s Barbie doll has always been an issue for some people labeling it as unrealistic and giving young girls a skewed image of the…

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A Suit & Tie Event

A Suit & Tie Event

St. Francis College Student Activities and Career Center will be holding a fashion show event to teach students how to dress to impress at the workplace.

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Pio's survive career-high 29 from Jewell, outlast Terriers 74-70

Pio's survive career-high 29 from Jewell, outlast Terriers 74-70

The Sacred Heart Pioneers (7-15, 6-5 NEC) struggled to put away the St. Francis Terriers (9-15, 5-6 NEC) but survived the challenge from the resilient Brooklyn Boys, winning 74-70 despite…

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The Super Bowl: Then and Now

The Super Bowl: Then and Now

As Super Bowl 50 approaches, many Americans wonder the history of the iconic event, and also about the details of this year's game.

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Oscars Outrage: Academy Awards Lacks Color

Oscars Outrage: Academy Awards Lacks Color

The Academy has announced its acting nominations for this year’s Oscars, including Best Actor and Best Actress, and for the second consecutive year, all 20 contenders are white. 

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Sixth Subway Slashing Scares Straphangers

Sixth Subway Slashing Scares Straphangers

37-year-old Stephen Braithwaite of Crown Heights was arrested Monday morning after allegedly pouring hot coffee down another man’s back and then violently slashing him across the chin.

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Leibman Provides Practical Lessons to Aspiring Educators

Leibman Provides Practical Lessons to Aspiring Educators

Education Professor Dr. Peter Leibman has spent nearly 45 years teaching, but is so passionate about it that he doesn’t plan on retiring anytime soon.

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Iowa Caucus Sets Stage for Primary Elections

Iowa Caucus Sets Stage for Primary Elections

A Trump upset and razor-thin Democratic race in Iowa are just the latest additions to a whirlwind primary season.

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Terriers Put Up Strong Battle, But Fall Short In Overtime

Terriers Put Up Strong Battle, But Fall Short In Overtime

The St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers women’s basketball team fell short 78-82 to the Wagner College Seahawks Monday, in a rematch that became a neck and neck battle in the fourth…

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75 Henry Street is Here to Stay

75 Henry Street is Here to Stay

After months of speculation, a board of shareholders have voted not to sell property on 75 Henry Street to developers.

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El Chapo's Trial May Take Place In Brooklyn

El Chapo's Trial May Take Place In Brooklyn

Brooklyn may have to prepare to welcome the most notorious drug lord of today.

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Black Tap Draws Crowds With $15 Shakes

Black Tap Draws Crowds With $15 Shakes

Dozens have been wiaing on line at Black Top Craft Burgers & Beer in SoHo to buy the restaurant's signature milkshakes.

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Hooper, Terriers Even NEC Record

Hooper, Terriers Even NEC Record

The St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers men’s basketball team defeated the Central Connecticut State University Blue Devils 60-49 Saturday in a game that wasn’t easy on either side.

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SFC Anime Club Celebrates 20 Year Pokémon Anniversary

SFC Anime Club Celebrates 20 Year Pokémon Anniversary

SFC's Anime Appreciation Club held a Pokémon Day five hour celebration event Friday to honor of the 20th anniversary of Pokémon.

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Changing the Future: A Global Effort

Changing the Future: A Global Effort

This Thursday St. Francis College welcomed JoAnn Mark, Executive Director of the Partnership for Global Justice, to speak about the United Nations, climate change, and the importance of personal civic…

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Zika Virus Hits New York City

Zika Virus Hits New York City

Five people in the New York City area have tested positive for Zika virus.

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Terriers Fall Short In Wagner Rematch

Terriers Fall Short In Wagner Rematch

The St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers men’s basketball team fell to the Wagner College Seahawks 61-64 Thursday night in a game in which they closely trailed nearly the entire time and…

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The Desensitization of America

Written by Moriah Gallagher on . Posted in Opinion

First off: this article has absolutely nothing to do with gun control or the protection of your right to own guns. It has everything to do with the explosion of violence we are seeing amongst Americans. Why is this happening? 

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