SFC Anime Appreciation Society back in action

SFC Anime Appreciation Society back in action

It's always a proud moment when any group of students come together to share a common purpose in a club. As such, this past Thursday was the inaugural meeting of…

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Men's Basketball team ranks first in NEC Preseason Poll

Men's Basketball team ranks first in NEC Preseason Poll

For the first time in school history the St. Francis Terriers' men's basketball team has been chosen as the favorite in the preseason Northeast Conference poll.

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Controversial Halloween Costumes

Controversial Halloween Costumes

With Halloween right around the corner, costume sales are on the rise. It seems almost every year there is a popular costume, most of the time poking fun at pop…

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Hundreds Turn Out To Protest “The Death of Klinghoffer”

Hundreds Turn Out To Protest “The Death of Klinghoffer”

The impact that the Metropolitan Opera continues to have on New York City residents was apparent on Wednesday, October 20, as the premiere of "The Death of Klinghoffer" drew hundreds…

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Crumbs Bakery Comes Back to New York

Crumbs Bakery Comes Back to New York

Dessert lovers are happy to know that the popular Crumbs Bakery has begun reopening its doors this month.  

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Recreation and Rich History at Green-Wood Cemetery

Recreation and Rich History at Green-Wood Cemetery

No one would think of it, but one of the most underrated and unthought-of of places to visit in New York City is a cemetery in Brooklyn.  

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European Soccer Up In Arms Over Ebola

European Soccer Up In Arms Over Ebola

European-based African footballers have been feeling the backlash from fears of the recent and ever-present Ebola crisis.  

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Pay for Play

Pay for Play

Imagine spending four years of your life working hard, and not receiving pay. This is exactly what college athlete's experience. In January, a few members of the Northwestern University football…

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The Terriers and Colonials tie todays contest 1-1

The Terriers and Colonials tie todays contest 1-1

The St. Francis Terriers men's soccer team completed today's matchup with a 1-1 draw against the Robert Morris Colonials. This gives the Terriers an overall record of (6-5-3) and (1-1-1)…

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Women's Volleyball drops their sixth NEC game

Women's Volleyball drops their sixth NEC game

The St. Francis Terriers women's volleyball team was denied their first road win today as they were swept in three straight sets against NEC conference foe Robert Morris University.  

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St. Francis College Terriers fall short against St. Francis University

St. Francis College Terriers fall short against St. Francis University

In a battle of conference rivals, the St. Francis College Terriers fell 1-0 to the St. Francis University Red Flash. This game was a crucial one for both sides as…

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The Jack of all saves

The Jack of all saves

Terriers’ goalkeeper Jack Binks has had an amazing career thus far playing for the St. Francis men’s soccer team and is experiencing the New York City life exactly the way…

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World's First 3D Printed Car Test Driven In Brooklyn

World's First 3D Printed Car Test Driven In Brooklyn

The very first 3D printed car took to the streets of Brooklyn on October 7th.  

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Governor Cuomo declares yogurt as state snack

Governor Cuomo declares yogurt as state snack

  Move over potato chips and pretzels New York has an official snack.  

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Vatican Proposes Shift Towards Modern Views

Vatican Proposes Shift Towards Modern Views

Pope Francis has called together an assembly of Catholic bishops in a milestone two-week long meeting in the hopes of changing the church's view on same-sex marriage and other matters.…

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Poet Evie Shockley Visits SFC

Poet Evie Shockley Visits SFC

The Women's Poetry Initiative invited poet and scholar Evie Shockley to read poems from her award winning book entitled "The New Black" at St. Francis College.  

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Red Light For Cars in Central Park

Red Light For Cars in Central Park

A new bill that is aiming to ban automobiles from the roads inside central park was introduced to the city council on Wednesday, October 8.  

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The Life of a Female Division I Tennis Player

The Life of a Female Division I Tennis Player

A Division I athlete experiences college a lot differently than an average college student. Student athletes show commitment to their sport as well as their schoolwork, a double life that…

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SFC's Cheretta Robson To Start A "New Chapter"

SFC's Cheretta Robson To Start A "New Chapter"

  St. Francis College says farewell and good luck to Cheretta Robson, Assistant Director of Career Education at the Career Center.  

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Brooklyn Bolts brings the thunder

Brooklyn Bolts brings the thunder

For the first time since the Brooklyn Dodgers of the Continental Football League folded in 1967, professional football is coming back to Brooklyn.  

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Pursue entrepreneurship at SFC

Pursue entrepreneurship at SFC

An entrepreneur is a person who organizes and operates a business or businesses, taking on great financial risks in order to do so, and here at St. Francis College students…

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Terriers continue to struggle in conference play

Terriers continue to struggle in conference play

Earlier this afternoon, the St. Francis College Terriers went up against Bryant University who is in fifth place in the NEC. The Bulldogs came out victorious in this three set…

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Oates Exposes Her "Deep" Imagination

Oates Exposes Her "Deep" Imagination

New York Times bestselling author Joyce Carol Oates visited St. Francis College on Friday, October 10, to read aloud from her new collection of short stories Lovely, Dark, and Deep,…

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Close but no cigar: SFC Women Volleyball Team loses 13th straight

Close but no cigar: SFC Women Volleyball Team loses 13th straight

The St. Francis College Terriers women's volleyball team continues to struggle as they lost their 13th straight game against the Central Connecticut State University Blue Devils. This loss brings the…

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Brain Cancer Victim Chooses “Death With Dignity” in Oregon

Brain Cancer Victim Chooses “Death With Dignity” in Oregon

Brittany Maynard chooses "death with dignity" rather than the physical and emotional pain of terminal brain cancer.  

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Decrying the Black Shroud: “Real Muslims on ISIS”

Decrying the Black Shroud: “Real Muslims on ISIS”

Human Rights Activist Cyrus McGoldrick gave a lecture at St. Francis College on Wednesday, October 8, professing his views on ISIS during their violent rise to overseas prominence.  

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Controversial Halloween Costumes

Written by Cara Palmer on . Posted in Features

With Halloween right around the corner, costume sales are on the rise. It seems almost every year there is a popular costume, most of the time poking fun at pop culture or current events. But how far is too far?

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