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From left, sophomore Cameron Flamm stands with his twin brother Hunter Flamm, and  freshman Evan Ormsby is with his twin Seth Ormsby. All four row for the men’s crew team.

Two-of-a-kind rowers train for men’s crew team

By Caitie Ihrig, Photo Editor March 7, 2018
The men's crew team features two sets of twins, Cameron and Hunter Flamm and Evan and Seth Ormsby.
Junior rugby player Mark Hassett, a vegan, has a hard time finding nutritious meal  options during Late Night at Terrace Dining Hall due to the lack of offerings.

Late Night does not have nutritional meals for athletes

By Jeb Biggart, Staff Writer November 16, 2017
After late night practices or games, athletes do not have the correct foods to refuel their body available to them at Late Night in Terrace Dining Hall.
Freshman quarterback Wahid Nabi drops back from the snap and looks for an open receiver during the Bombers game against Union College Nov. 4. The Bombers defeated the Dutchmen 20–3 at home.

Football defeats Union College 20–3 at home Nov. 4

By Matt Hornick, Senior Writer November 5, 2017
The football team defeated Union College 20–3 Nov. 4 at Butterfield Stadium. With the win, the Bombers move up in the Liberty League standings.
Football shuts out Utica College 14–0 on the road

Football shuts out Utica College 14–0 on the road

By Matt Hornick, Senior Writer October 29, 2017
The football team shutout Utica College 14–0 on the road Oct. 28. This was the Bombers third shutout in two seasons.
From left, Grace Kelly, junior outside hitter for St. Lawrence, prepares to receive the spike from Reagan Stone, Ithaca College freshman middle hitter. The Bombers defeated the Saints. 3–0 Oct. 6 at Ben Light Gymnasium.

Weekend preview: South Hill squad looks to stay hot

By Matt Hornick, Senior Writer October 13, 2017
As fall break is approaching, the Ithaca College fall teams look to stay hot at home and on the road.
From left, Marc Brainard, sophomore wide receiver Will Gladney, Jennifer Gates and her son, Kingston Brainard at Gladneys game against Hobart College on Sept. 30. Brainard and Gates adopted Gladney his sophomore year of high school.

Wide receiver stands out during his sophomore campaign

By Max Denning, Senior Writer October 11, 2017
Sophomore wide receiver Will Gladney has been on top of his game all season for the Bombers football team.
Football defeats University of Rochester 46–6

Football defeats University of Rochester 46–6

By Jeb Biggart, Staff Writer October 8, 2017
In its first ever meeting against the University of Rochester in program history, the football team defeated the Yellowjackets 46–6.
Junior midfielder Nathan Schoen has control of the ball while freshman midfielder Drew Cohn blocks senior defenseman Hunter Critchlow of Hobart from getting to Schoen. The Bombers lost to the Statesmen 3–0 Oct. 4.

Weekend preview: Bombers kick off October competition

By Matt Hornick, Senior Writer October 6, 2017
As the first weekend of October rolls around, Ithaca College's fall teams are gearing up for Liberty League games on the road.
Letter to the Editor: Anthem protests about racial injustice

Letter to the Editor: Anthem protests about racial injustice

By Todd Bernstein October 5, 2017
Protests during the National Anthem are about racial & social justice, not the song.
Freshman quarterback Wahid Nabi drops back to pass to an open receiver during the Bombers game against Hobart College. The Blue and Gold defeated the Statesmen 24–21 at Butterfield Stadium.

Football defeats Hobart 24–21 after wild fourth quarter

By Matt Hornick, Senior Writer October 1, 2017
The football team remains undefeated in Liberty League Conference play after defeating Hobart College 24–21 Sept. 30.
National Recap: NFL players take a knee

National Recap: NFL players take a knee

By Meaghan McElroy, Opinion Editor September 25, 2017
Following Trump’s remarks, players from 26 NFL teams demonstrated in some way during pregame ceremonies.
For the first time, “Madden” has a story mode. Devin Wade (JR Lemon) leaves his football career behind after the death of his father (Mahershala Ali). Years later, Devin re-enters the world of football to try to make it to the NFL. Electronic Arts

Review: Football series doesn’t fumble its return

By Silas White, Assistant Life and Culture Editor September 12, 2017
A first for the series, Longshot is much more than Career mode with cinematics.
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