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Golf swings into second

Ty Lopez

Copy Editor

California might be in a drought, but the grass is always greener here at Whittier College. The Women’s golf team took to the green at Brookside Golf Club last week and made a statement during their stay for the Marymount Fall Invitational, placing second as a team. 392 more words


Ronda Rousey Got Knocked Out. Will Her Brand Take A Beating, Too?

Formerly undefeated UFC fighter Ronda Rousey has been knocked out—and knocked off her pedestal. But the real question is: Will her brand take a beating, too? 1,040 more words


Former softball coach gets honored: Mike Rappl inducted into Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame

By Marshall Haim

Sports Reporter

Mike Rappl’s name is synonymous with Canisius softball. Earlier this month on Nov. 4, the former Canisius softball coach was one of eight inductees into the Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame. 1,054 more words


Slattery has a killer season

Grace Reeder

For the QC

If you’ve been following Poets’ athletics lately, you’ll know Rebecca Slattery has been killing it — literally.

A junior volleyball player and business major, Slattery has consistently led the Poets this season with the most kills (point-scoring plays) per game, something she’s been doing regularly since arriving on campus. 735 more words


The games we play: arts, sports and sexism in Ireland

My son, who has just turned two, has been lucky enough to grow up with a group of older children around him who play with him and mind him. 1,123 more words

K.V. Switzer: First Woman to Compete in a Marathon

In 1967, Katherine Switzer became the first woman to officially run the Boston Marathon. Women were not allowed to run, so she signed herself up as “K.V.” instead of her real name. 12 more words


Women's Soccer Holds Defensive Clinic, Invites Giants

BY Rebellious John Clayton

PISCATAWAY, NJ— An unlikely gathering took place on Busch Campus Monday evening. The New York Giants, fresh off surrendering  fifty two points to the New Orleans Saints in a 52-49 defeat, came out to listen to and practice with Rutgers Women’s Soccer team. 193 more words