The global coronavirus pandemic has impacted every aspect of society. As a collective people, daily life has been intensively altered and normalcy redefined.
The Games of the XXXII Olympiad in Tokyo will take place one year after its original date. As announced by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) last week, the Games will open on July 23, 2021 and run until Aug. 8. ...
It’s certainly not how Columbia College senior Brianna Williams envisioned the final weeks of college.
The NFL has officially expanded their playoff format to 14 teams beginning with this new upcoming season, if it takes place.
With a makeshift hospital in the middle of Central Park and at the sight of the US Open in Queens, ten more city playgrounds have been closed due to the number of people congregating there despite the coronavirus outbreak.
The track and field athletes at St. John’s University had just completed a strong indoor season when the outdoor season was cancelled.
High jumper Priscilla Frederick had her 2020 all planned out. After competing at her second Olympics, the St. John’s University alumna and lifelong New Jersey resident was going to retire from competitive sports.
Dr. Myron Rolle is a Rhodes Scholar and college football player who was drafted by the NFL to play for the Tennessee Titans in 2010.
When the novel coronavirus disease, COVID-19, initially entered the consciousness of the vast majority of the American public in late January, it was still an unknown variable as to how it would affect the daily lives of this nation’s roughly ...
It took a lot to get to this point. They’d been reticent til now. As of last week, after all of the pressure put upon them to postpone the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
Basketball arenas are empty. March Madness is silent. USA Basketball has suspended all its scheduled events, including 3X Nationals and the 2020 Nike Hoop Summit.
On March 15, the NCAA announced that championship brackets for the Division I men’s and women’s basketball tournaments will not be released.
Flip the letters of the acronym NFL, and the abbreviation may represent nothing last forever.
On Tuesday afternoon, the Brooklyn Nets issued a press release that began with the announcement that four of their players have tested positive for the coronavirus.
It was a history-making season for Rider University women’s basketball, which ended its season 26–4 with a nine-game winning streak.