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Notes and observations from Senior Bowl (1/23)

Giants.com's John Schmeelk shares his notes and observations from Senior Bowl practice:   Part of the job description for every NFL player is addressing the media. It was the first day of practic...


What we learned at Senior Bowl practice (1/23)

Giants.com's Dan Salomone wraps up the day at Senior Bowl: Part of the job description for every NFL player is addressing the media.

COACH PAT SHURMUR

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Former coaching staff-mate Brad Childress talks Shurmur expectations

Brad Childress joined Giants.com's Big Blue Kickoff Live to discuss new coach Brad Childress: When Andy Reid was named the 20th head coach in Philadelphia Eagles franchise history, he hired a pai...


Wilpon, Alderson talk Mets' 2018 payroll, roster

Chief operating officer Jeff Wilpon broke a three-year silence regarding the Mets' payroll on Tuesday, calling it a fluid number that could increase before the start of Spring Training.


Mets announce changes to medical staff

Following a season in which injuries were an inescapable "part of the narrative," in general manager Sandy Alderson's words, the Mets on Tuesday announced sweeping changes to their medical structure, hiring former United States Army supervisor Jim Cavallini to their newly created role of director of performance and sports science.


Johan: 'I'm still trying' to make comeback

Johan Santana, the two-time Cy Young Award winner whose career was derailed by significant shoulder injuries, alluded he'd like to make another run at pitching, but he kept his expectations tempered.


GM: Mets, deGrom had brief extension talks

The Mets briefly discussed a long-term contract extension this offseason with starting pitcher Jacob deGrom, general manager Sandy Alderson said Tuesday, but talks never advanced to a serious stage.


Einstein: Genius, But Not Always A Gentleman

Break A Leg Productions will present the very first performance-reading of “The Relativity of Love: Albert Einstein and Mileva Marić, which is being developed by science historian and playwright David C. Cassidy. The reading will be followed by a post-performance talkback and guests will be seated on a first-come, basis.

Synopsis: It is 1896 at the Polytechnic Institute in Zurich, Switzerland. The new school year is about to begin. A first-year student named Albert Einstein meets Mileva Marić, a courageous young Serbian woman who had already overcome many obstacles to women in science before arriving in Zurich — one of the few places in Europe admitting women to higher education– in order to study physics at the Polytechnic. Albert and Mileva soon fell in love and eventually married a romance and marriage that spanned Albert’s ascent from a beginning student to the top of his profession by the eve of World War I. But fate was unkind to the lovers, challenging their love and their careers, and bringing upon them both triumph and tragedy. This one-act play is based upon their letters, other documents, and recent biographies.

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The Relativity of Love: Albert Einstein and Mileva Marić is part of Break A Leg Production’s ongoing “The Art of Science” series, which has enthralled audiences with plays that depict both the complex concepts and real life human stories behind some of the world’s greatest scientific minds and their discoveries.

Science & the Arts Series Sponsored by the Ph.D. Program in Physics, the CUNY Academy for the Humanities and Sciences and The National Science Foundation


Eyes on QB prospect Josh Allen at Senior Bowl

Wyoming QB Josh Allen spoke with the media Monday at the Senior Bowl: When you lead off as the first overall pick in ESPN’s inaugural mock draft of 2018, people want to hear what you have to say...


Pat Shurmur named New York Giants Head Coach

The Giants have named former Vikings offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur the 18th head coach in the team's history: EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The Giants today announced that Pat Shurmur will become th...


By the numbers: Inside Pat Shurmur's offense

A look at the Minnesota Vikings' offense in 2017 under offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur: Pat Shurmur is now head coach of the New York Football Giants. So what does that mean for the offense?

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Quarterback Impact: The top QB seasons under Pat Shurmur

A look at some of the best quarterback seasons overseen by Pat Shurmur: New Giants head coach Pat Shurmur is widely respected around the league for his craft in developing quarterbacks.

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Anatomy of Pat Shurmur's Offense

Giants.com's John Schmeelk takes an X's and O's look at new head coach Pat Shurmur: When you take a look at Pat Shurmur’s offense in Minnesota this past season, you see a few staples. There are we...


Inbox: Will Wilmer get chance to start at 2B?

With the official start of Spring Training now three weeks away, the Mets -- like most teams in this offseason's slow market -- aren't quite done shopping. They're still on the lookout for a second baseman, likely the last piece of their offseason maneuvering. But what about the second baseman they already have? This week's Mets Inbox starts there.


Three-Man Band for the Jets RBs in 2017

Powell Turns in Another Career Year, McGuire Looks Like a Veteran in His First Run


Three-Man Band for the Jets RBs in 2017

Powell Turns in Another Career Year, McGuire Looks Like a Veteran in His First Run


Senior Bowl Week: What you need to know

Schedule, players to watch, and more as prospects gather at the Senior Bowl:  The Senior Bowl is the largest and most prestigious of the collegiate All-Star Games taking place after college bowl ...


Senior Bowl Week: What to watch for

Everything you need to know as prospects gather at the Senior Bowl:   The Senior Bowl is the largest and most prestigious of the collegiate All-Star Games taking place after college bowl season. T...


Cover 3: What to watch for at Senior Bowl

Three Giants writers share their thoughts on Senior Bowl Week which kicks off Monday: In this week’s Cover 3, our writers talk about what they will be looking for at the Senior Bowl this week in M...


Anatomy of a Play: Eli Manning at work

Giants.com's John Schmeelk breaks down a key play from one of Eli Manning's best games of 2017:  Eli Manning faced a lot of challenges this year including a slew of injuries to the offensive line ...


2007 Flashback: Q&A with kicker Lawrence Tynes

An exclusive Q&A with former Giants kicker and 2007 hero Lawrence Tynes: Lawrence Tynes joined the Giants prior to the 2007 season in a trade with the Kansas City Chiefs, for whom he played three ...


Orleans Darkwa aims to build off career-year

RB Orleans Darkwa had a breakout season for the Giants in 2017:  Five seasons into his NFL career, running back Orleans Darkwa still had plenty to prove. The 25-year-old had just 75 career carries...


In short, Santana makes for a curious Hall case

How long does someone have to be truly great to merit entry into the Hall of Fame? In the case of Johan Santana, from 2003 to 2008 -- six seasons -- he was absolutely the best pitcher in baseball, and nobody was all that close.


Wright opens up about his baseball future

The reality is that David Wright does not know if he will ever be a productive Major League Baseball player again. He does not know when, or if, he will next see the field. He does not know what his future holds, if there is even any future left for him as the Mets' third baseman.


2018 NFL Draft Underclassmen List

Record 106 Players Granted Special Early Eligibility


2018 NFL Draft Underclassmen List

Record 106 Players Granted Special Early Eligibility


Fact or Fiction: Conference Championship debate

The Giants.com staff debates Big Blue topics as the conference championship games near: Conference Championship Sunday is the best day in all of sports.  

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Tebow headlines Mets' spring camp NRIs

im Tebow is about to receive his most significant exposure yet to top-level baseball competition. The Mets announced Friday that they have invited Tebow to Major League Spring Training, giving the former college and professional football star another opportunity to stride forward in his baseball career.


Alonso among top prospects at first base

Quite suddenly at first base, the Mets appear well-heeled. Five-time All-Star Adrian Gonzalez will man the position most days in April. Wilmer Flores remains a steady option against left-handed pitchers. Dominic Smith is still the Mets' first baseman of the future, in the organization's eyes -- and a promising one at that.


Register to Audition for 14th National Black Writers Conference Poetry Cafe

Calling all Emerging Poets &
Spoken-Word Artists!
This is your opportunity to shine!

This is a New Talent event.
No artists with books printed by mainstream publishing houses.

Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018 (subject to change)
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Welcome Center
Medgar Evers College, CUNY
1650 Bedford Avenue (Academic Building 1)

RSVPs for the live audition must be made by: Jan. 12, 2018

 

Guidelines:

At the live audition:
• Auditions are open to unpublished writers (via mainstream).
• Each performer will be asked to sign-in upon arrival to confirm your space.
• RSVPs & Walk-ins must sign in by 6:30 pm. (Walk-in’s are not guaranteed a spot. This is based on “no-shows.”)
• There is a 3 min. limit for each person/group auditioning.

Groups and Individuals accepted.
Criteria: Originality, Performance, and Content.

The audition winners will perform at the 8th NBWC Poetry Café on

March 22, 2018

at the Brooklyn Public Library – Grand Army Plaza.


14th National Black Writers Conference:

Thursday, March 22 –  Sunday, March 25, 2018.

 

Medgar Evers College Students attend the National Black Writers Conference for FREE!

Subway directions to Medgar Evers College, CUNY: No. 2, 3, 4, 5 trains to Franklin Avenue station.


Writers on Writing Radio Show: Interview with Angela P. Dodson, author of Remember the Ladies: Celebrating Those Who Fought for

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Sunday, January 21, 2018, and January 28, 2018

“Writers on Writing” Radio Show

Interview with Angela P. Dodson, author of Remember the Ladies: Celebrating Those Who Fought for Freedom at the Ballot Box

With Dr. Brenda M. Greene, Executive Director

The Center for Black Literature at Medgar Evers College, CUNY

WNYE 91.5 FM

7:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Listen at http://www.mec.cuny.edu/wmec-radio/

 

About the Program

Dr. Brenda Greene and Angela P. Dodson discuss Dodson’s historical rendition of Remember the Ladies: Celebrating Those Who Fought for Freedom at the Ballot Box (Center Street, 2017).  Dodson presents a moving account of the women’s suffrage movement.  The narrative is disturbing at times and is a story that needs to be told. During these days of the “Me Too” movement, it is extremely important to remember the legacy of the women who persisted and defied many obstacles as they fought for the right to vote. Through these pages, readers bear witness to the letters and speeches of women such as Abigail Adams, Sarah Grimké, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton. We learn of the ways in which Frederick Douglass impacted the Movement. Dodson discusses the interrelationship between the abolitionist movement and the women’s suffrage movement and outlines the social and political factors that impacted this Movement.  This is an important book that has a message for all ages and diverse audiences.

 

About the Author

Angela P. Dodson, currently a contributing editor for Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, has served as senior editor for The New York Times and executive editor of Black Issues Book Review. She has written and edited newspaper and magazine articles, feature stories and books, and is most proud of her work developing Brainwashed: Challenging the Myth of Black Inferiority by Tom Burrell and a history of reporters covering the Civil Rights Movement. She is married to Michael I. Days, editor of the Philadelphia Daily News.

 

 

 


ESPN Mock Draft: Jets Select DB Minkah Fitzpatrick

Alabama Defensive Back was a Two-Time Consensus All-American


ESPN Mock Draft: Jets Select DB Minkah Fitzpatrick

Alabama Defensive Back was a Two-Time Consensus All-American


Mel Kiper's first Mock Draft predicts Giants' pick

ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. released his first Mock Draft of 2018:  It has begun. Mel Kiper Jr., the godfather of mock drafts, released his first projections of the year on Thursday morning. For the Gia...


Senior Bowl rosters announced; Key players to watch

Senior Bowl executive director Phil Savage breaks down the key players in this year's game:  
For one week every year, the center of the football world is 150 miles from the closest NFL stadium.
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Senior Bowl rosters announced; Key players to watch

Senior Bowl executive director Phil Savage breaks down the key players in this year's game:  
For one week every year, the center of the football world is 150 miles from the closest NFL stadium.
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Ross Cockrell aims to build off breakthrough season

Cornerback Ross Cockrell recorded three interceptions in his first season with the Giants: As the Giants finalized their 53-man roster over Labor Day Weekend, they made a last-minute trade with th...


Ross Cockrell aims to build off breakthrough season

Cornerback Ross Cockrell recorded three interceptions in his first season with the Giants: As the Giants finalized their 53-man roster over Labor Day Weekend, they made a last-minute trade with th...


Consistency Key for Big Cat Entering Year Four

Jets DL Enjoys Being in the Same Environment, Says Team Is on the Right Path


Consistency Key for Big Cat Entering Year Four

Jets DL Enjoys Being in the Same Environment, Says Team Is on the Right Path


Mel Kiper's first Mock Draft predicts Giants' pick

ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. released his first Mock Draft of 2018:  It has begun. Mel Kiper Jr., the godfather of mock drafts, released his first projections of the year on Thursday morning. For the Gia...


Mets sign A-Gon to one-year deal

The Mets may still consider Dominic Smith their first baseman of the future, but he is no longer their first baseman of the present.


John Morton Will Not Return as Jets Offensive Coordinator

Morton Is a 14-Year NFL Coaching Veteran


John Morton Will Not Return as Jets Offensive Coordinator

Morton Is a 14-Year NFL Coaching Veteran


John Morton Will Not Return as Jets Offensive Coordinator

Morton Is a 14-Year NFL Coaching Veteran


Jets Sign P Ben Turk to Reserve/Future Deal

Former Notre Damer Is Nephew of Matt Turk, Who Punted for the Jets in 2002


Jets Sign P Ben Turk to Reserve/Future Deal

Former Notre Damer Is Nephew of Matt Turk, Who Punted for the Jets in 2002


Mets expect Conforto to return around May 1

Although the Mets spoke briefly with Jay Bruce about playing some first base this season, it appears their need for him will be greatest in the outfield. The Mets do not expect Michael Conforto to return until around May 1, general manager Sandy Alderson said Wednesday, placing the most concrete timetable yet on the outfielder's return from left shoulder surgery.


Callaway connection 'a big deal' for Bruce

Early in the offseason, long before Jay Bruce fit together the puzzle pieces of his free agency, he spoke on the phone with Mickey Callaway. Recently hired as the Mets' manager, Callaway had come to know Bruce during the outfielder's brief tenure in Cleveland late last season. He outlined to Bruce his ideas and expectations for his new role.


OL Seeks Greater Consistency Going Forward

Linemen Formed a Game Group in '17 but Will Need to Do More to Reach the Next Level in '18


OL Seeks Greater Consistency Going Forward

Linemen Formed a Game Group in '17 but Will Need to Do More to Reach the Next Level in '18


Reyes, Syndergaard earn superlatives

Could Jerry Blevins be the next great manager?


Anatomy of a Play: Ellison's dual-threat blocking skills

TE Rhett Ellison's blocking ability helps the offense in both run and pass protection. John Schmeelk breaks down a key pass-protect block: Ellison was brought to the Giants as an all-purpose tight...


Anatomy of a Play: Ellison's dual-threat blocking skills

TE Rhett Ellison's blocking ability helps the offense in both run and pass protection. John Schmeelk breaks down a key pass-protect block: Ellison was brought to the Giants as an all-purpose tight...


Baruch Tops 2018 CUNYAC Men's Volleyball Preseason Coaches' Poll

FLUSHING, N.Y. - The City University of New York Athletic Conference released its preseason men's volleyball poll Wednesday, and Baruch College was tabbed as the favorite to win the league title in 2018.


2018 CUNYAC/CSAC Men's Basketball Challenge Pairings Announced

FLUSHING, N.Y. (Jan. 17, 2018) - On Wednesday, the City University of New York Athletic Conference and Colonial States Athletic Conference unveiled the match-ups for the inaugural CUNYAC/CSAC Men's Basketball Challenge.


Mets, Bruce excited to be reunited

The Mets announced Tuesday night they signed free agent Jay Bruce to a three-year deal, which is worth $39 million, a source told MLB.com's Mark Feinsand last week.


Jamal Adams Named to All-Rookie Team

Green & White S Started All 16 Games


Jamal Adams Named to All-Rookie Team

Green & White S Started All 16 Games


Mets' success rides on arms of starters

As the Mets attempt to improve their team at the margins this offseason, shoring up their infield and outfield depth, the unspoken truth is that much of this only matters if the starting pitching succeeds. The Mets, at their core, are a team built around starting pitching. The fulcrum of their 2018 success -- or lack thereof -- remains their rotation.


Two Giants named to PFWA's All-Rookie team

TE Evan Engram and DT Dalvin Tomlinson have been named to the All-Rookie team by the Pro Football Writers of America: As attention shifts to what the Giants will do with the second pick in this y...


Two Giants named to PFWA's All-Rookie team

TE Evan Engram and DT Dalvin Tomlinson have been named to the All-Rookie team by the Pro Football Writers of America: As attention shifts to what the Giants will do with the second pick in this y...


Jets Introduce a Two-Year Price Freeze on Tickets

More Than Half of Seats Will Have Price Decreases, All Tickets Holders to Receive Jets Cash


Jets Introduce a Two-Year Price Freeze on Tickets

More Than Half of Seats Will Have Price Decreases, All Tickets Holders to Receive Jets Cash


Photonics Seminar with Jason Fleischer, Princeton University

  • Title: “Spatial dynamics of nonlinear and quantum imaging”
  • Speaker: Jason Fleischer, Princeton University
  • Abstract:  All limitations commonly associated with imaging, such as resolution, field of view, and depth of field, arise from classical linear theory. Nonlinear and quantum optics can break these limits by exploiting the presence and interaction of many photons at once. To date, nearly all multi-photon techniques have relied on point processes, such as two-photon fluorescence or coincidence measurements, that ignore the spatial content of the object and require scanning to record a whole image. Here, we introduce spatial nonlinearity as a new degree of freedom for imaging. We take a system-wide approach, so that knowledge of the nonlinear wave mixing gets transferred to “extra” information about the object. We formalize this transfer theoretically by generalizing Abbe’s theory of diffraction to include nonlinear propagation and the evolution of quantum entanglement. We then control the nonlinearity and entanglement using a spatial light modulator, creating an adaptive optics for higher degrees of coherence and correlation. We demonstrate the methods experimentally, showing in all cases that the resolving power, phase sensitivity, and signal-to-noise properties of classical imaging systems are enhanced beyond their conventional limits.
  • For more information, please contact Andrea Alu at aalu@gc.cuny.edu or (512) 496-4963.

Top underclassmen declare for NFL Draft

Many of college football's top prospects declared for the NFL Draft over the past month: The deadline for underclassmen to file declaration papers for the 2018 NFL Draft has passed.

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Top underclassmen declare for NFL Draft

Many of college football's top prospects declared for the NFL Draft over the past month: The deadline for underclassmen to file declaration papers for the 2018 NFL Draft has passed.

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Modular Executive MS in Finance and Modular Executive MS in Marketing Information Session

This information session is for experienced professionals interested in
our Modular Executive MS programs in Finance or Marketing. Learn more
about our the curriculum, program structure, student services, and
admissions from faculty and staff.

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Inbox: How do A-Gon, Bruce affect Mets at 1B?

Finally, some action. The Mets made their first significant waves of the offseason last week, reportedly inking both Jay Bruce and Adrian Gonzalez to contracts that should become official in the coming days.


Times Have Changed Along the Defensive Line

Big Cat Remains an Integral Part of the Foundation, Key Wilkerson Decision on the Horizon


Times Have Changed Along the Defensive Line

Big Cat Remains an Integral Part of the Foundation, Key Wilkerson Decision on the Horizon


Cover 3: Contenders share common traits

Three Giants writers discuss what the NFL's playoff teams have in common:   What is one common trait of this year’s playoff field that the rest of the teams did not have? JOHN SCHMEELK

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Cover 3: Contenders share common traits

Three Giants writers discuss what the NFL's playoff teams have in common:   What is one common trait of this year’s playoff field that the rest of the teams did not have? JOHN SCHMEELK

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Landon Collins driven by team and personal goals

Safety Landon Collins has lofty carer goals, even after two Pro Bowl nods and AP All-Pro honors: In his three seasons at the University of Alabama, Landon Collins helped the Crimson Tide win a nat...


Landon Collins driven by team and personal goals

Safety Landon Collins has lofty carer goals, even after two Pro Bowl nods and AP All-Pro honors: In his three seasons at the University of Alabama, Landon Collins helped the Crimson Tide win a nat...


Guillorme lands on Pipeline's All-Defense Team

Jim Callis asked numerous front-office executives to identify baseball's best defensive prospect to help determine MLB Pipeline's 2018 All-Defense Team.


Mets, A-Gon reportedly agree to deal

The Mets will sign free-agent first baseman Adrian Gonzalez, pending a physical, according to USA TODAY Sports.


deGrom, Thor, Harvey among Mets with raises

The Mets have avoided arbitration with eight eligible players, agreeing to 2018 contracts with Jacob deGrom, Travis d'Arnaud, Jeurys Familia, Wilmer Flores, Matt Harvey, AJ Ramos, Hansel Robles and Noah Syndergaard.


deGrom, Thor, Harvey among Mets with raises

The Mets have avoided arbitration with six of their eligible players, reportedly agreeing to 2018 contracts with Jacob deGrom, Travis d'Arnaud, Wilmer Flores, Matt Harvey, Hansel Robles and Noah Syndergaard.


Lagares' glove may be key to Mets' defense

Juan Lagares remains one of the most elite defensive gloves in baseball, but a combination of injuries and poor hitting has prevented him from everyday play. Headed into 2018, this might be his last best change to be a starter -- and the Mets badly need him.


Mets reportedly avoid arbitration with trio

The Mets have avoided arbitration with Matt Harvey, Wilmer Flores and Travis d'Arnaud, agreeing to deals for the 2018 season, according to reports Friday. Harvey will reportedly get a $5.625 million contract, Flores will get $3.4 million and d'Arnaud will get $3.475 million.


Fact or Fiction: Offseason evaluation debate

The Giants.com staff debates Big Blue topics as the offseason evaluation and 2018 planning gets underway:  
A prospect’s ceiling is more important than his floor in evaluating potential.    

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Fact or Fiction: Offseason evaluation debate

The Giants.com staff debates Big Blue topics as the offseason evaluation and 2018 planning gets underway:  
A prospect’s ceiling is more important than his floor in evaluating potential.    

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McLendon’s Postseason Message to Teammates

Jets Veteran DL Wants Players Take Note of Playoff Teams, Put Themselves in Their Shoes


McLendon’s Postseason Message to Teammates

Jets Veteran DL Wants Players Take Note of Playoff Teams, Put Themselves in Their Shoes


Neuroscience Initiative Seminar Series

  • The ASRC Neuroscience Initiative and the CCNY Neuroscience are proud to introduce the 2018 Neuroscience Seminar Series. Seminars occur every other Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. in the ASRC’s 5th Floor Seminar Room, starting the 16th of January.
  • Each seminar consists of an hour presentation on research relevant to the fields of neurobiology and translational neuroscience. Talks will be given by senior PhD students, postdoctoral and faculty researchers. Anyone interested is encouraged to attend and actively participate in discussions.
  • In addition, we are happy to have external scientists give talks. To present your research, suggest external speakers, or for more information about the Neuroscience Seminars please contact Mario Amatruda or Miruna Ghinia-Tegla.
  • Title: “Postnatal development of the electrophysiological properties of somatostatin interneurons in the anterior cingulate cortex of mice”
  • Speaker: Geng Pan
  • Abstract: Somatostatin (SST)-positive interneurons in the anterior cingulate cortex (ACC) play important roles in neuronal diseases, memory and cognitive functions. However, their development in the ACC remains unclear. Using postnatal day 3 (P3) to P45 GIN mice, we found that most of the intrinsic membrane properties of SST interneurons in the ACC were developmentally mature after the second postnatal week and that the development of these neurons differed from that of parvalbumin (PV) interneurons in the prefrontal cortex. In addition, electrical coupling between SST interneurons appeared primarily between P12–14. The coupling probability plateaued at approximately P21–30, with a non-age- dependent development of coupling strength. The development of excitatory chemical afferents to SST interneurons occurred earlier than the development of inhibitory chemical afferents. Furthermore, eye closure attenuated the development of electrical coupling probability at P21–30 but had no effect on coupling strength. Eye closure also delayed the development of inhibitory chemical afferent frequency but had no effect on the excitatory chemical afferent amplitude, frequency or rise time. Our data suggest that SST interneurons in the ACC exhibit inherent developmental characteristics distinct from other interneuron subtypes, such as PV interneurons, and that some of these characteristics are subject to environmental regulation.

Reports: Harvey, Mets avoid arbitration

The Mets and Matt Harvey have avoided arbitration and agreed to a $5.625 million contract for the 2018 season, according to multiple reports early Friday.


Anatomy of a Play: Pugh's fundamentals help his versatility

Giants.com's John Schmeelk takes a X's and O's look at OL Justin Pugh: Justin Pugh had an up and down year for the Giants having to move from guard to tackle, and then being hampered by a back in...


Anatomy of a Play: Pugh's fundamentals help his versatility

Giants.com's John Schmeelk takes a X's and O's look at OL Justin Pugh: Justin Pugh had an up and down year for the Giants having to move from guard to tackle, and then being hampered by a back in...


Daniel Jeremiah breaks down Giants' top draft options

NFL Media's Daniel Jeremiah discusses the top draft options for the Giants in 2018:   Name-brand programs. Name-brand players. The 2018 NFL Draft is going to be fun. The Giants just hope it makes ...


Justin Pugh: Football and Family

When the Giants hosted the Los Angeles Chargers this past season, a bus filled with 60 members of Justin Pugh’s family made the journey from his boyhood home outside Philadelphia to MetLife Stad...


Justin Pugh: Football and Family

When the Giants hosted the Los Angeles Chargers this past season, a bus filled with 60 members of Justin Pugh’s family made the journey from his boyhood home outside Philadelphia to MetLife Stad...


Dalvin Tomlinson looks to build off successful rookie season

DT Dalvin Tomlinson using tough rookie season as fuel heading into offseason: While his college team went on its fifth national title run in the last nine years, Dalvin Tomlinson’s professional te...


Dalvin Tomlinson looks to build off successful rookie season

DT Dalvin Tomlinson using tough rookie season as fuel heading into offseason: While his college team went on its fifth national title run in the last nine years, Dalvin Tomlinson’s professional te...


T.J. among Munson Awards honorees

A tandem of standout switch-hitters from Puerto Rico are set to be honored at the 38th annual Thurman Munson Awards dinner, where Carlos Beltran and Jorge Posada will be presented with the prestigious 'Thurman Legend' award.


Stochastic Laplacian growth and unresolved selection puzzles

Event Date: 1/19/2018 11:00:00 AM Mark Mineeve-Weinstein (SCGP, Stony Brook)

A point source on a plane constantly emits particles which rapidly diffuse until they stick to a growing cluster. The growth probability of a cluster is presented as a sum over all possible scenarios leading to the same final shape. The most probable scenario and reproduces the Laplacian growth equation, which embraces numerous fundamental free boundary dynamics in non-equilibrium physics.

Strikingly, the entropy increment is shown to be the electrostatic energy of a uniformly charged layer grown during the elementary time step. Hence the growth probability of the presented non-equilibrium process obeys the equilibrium Gibbs-Boltzmann statistics. The results are related to the Onsager minimal dissipation principle and the minimum entropy production proposed by Prigogine for systems far from equilibria.

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Gravitational Waves: Ripples in Space-Time

A century ago, Einstein predicted gravitational waves on the basis of his general theory of relativity. In the past two years, using the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO), scientists have begun to detect these ripples in space time and even several merging black holes and a gamma ray burst caused by merging neutron stars.

This is the topic of the lecture Gravitational Waves: Ripples in Space-Time, to be presented by Dr. Jill Bellovary, Assistant Professor of Physics at Queensborough Community College. The free public lecture will take place on Tuesday, Jan. 16, at the Westport Astronomical Society in Weston, Connecticut, at 8 p.m.


Brent Qvale Keeps Raising His Pro Profile

Versatile O-Lineman Maps Out Offseason After Logging Most Starts & Snaps as a Jet in '17


Brent Qvale Keeps Raising His Pro Profile

Versatile O-Lineman Maps Out Offseason After Logging Most Starts & Snaps as a Jet in '17


Daniel Jeremiah breaks down Giants' top draft options

NFL Media's Daniel Jeremiah discusses the top draft options for the Giants in 2018:   Name-brand programs. Name-brand players. The 2018 NFL Draft is going to be fun. The Giants just hope it makes ...


CUNYAC/HSS Scholar-Athlete of the Month: Christine Patterson, Hunter

FLUSHING, N.Y. (Jan. 11, 2018) - On Thursday, Hunter College women's basketball junior guard/forward Christine Patterson was named the CUNYAC/Hospital for Special Surgery Scholar-Athlete of the Month for December 2017.


Active Shooter/Hostile Intruder Presentation

This presentation will be conducted by the NYPD Counter Terrorism group.


UPDATED (1/10): Giants Head Coach Interview Tracker

A recap of the New York Giants' head coach interviews to-date:   Eric Studesville Former Broncos assistant head coach/RB coach Eric Studesville, whose 21 years in the NFL include a three-year st...


Bruce addition could kick-start Mets' push in '18

Bringing back Jay Bruce could be the move that helps get the Mets, a disappointment in 2017, on their way to getting back in contention in 2018 -- especially if a lot of "what ifs" pan out.


Source: Mets, Bruce reunite on 3-year deal

Three-time All-Star outfielder Jay Bruce is set to reunite with the Mets. The veteran outfielder has come to terms on a three-year, $39 million deal to return to New York, pending a physical, a source confirmed to MLB.com's Mark Feinsand. The club has not yet confirmed.


Self Care for Youth Workers

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Feeling drained? Overwhelmed? Burnt out? 

Youth workers deal with a wide variety of complex emotional issues during a work day and it’s easy to get caught in a cycle of putting your own needs at the bottom of the list.

Join us for an evening focused on self-care tools that can be used to recharge the mind, body, and soul.

Led by practitioners Jozen Tamori Gibson and Ayanna Peeples, the event will include yoga, guided meditation, journaling, and networking.

Please plan to wear clothing that you can move in (layers are recommended), and bring your own mats and yoga instruments.

Light snacks will be provided during the networking segment of the evening.


Revolutionizing Higher Education

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Don’t miss the chance to hear Marc Lesser interview Cathy Davidson about her new book, The New Education, and hear her thoughts on the future of the University, why the most successful students are content creators, not memorizers; and how humanities and social sciences majors are a benefit to the field of technology. The event will be recorded live for the podcast, “No Such Thing,” and is sponsored by the Youth Studies Program at the CUNY School of Professional Studies.

Cathy Davidson, an educational innovator and a distinguished scholar of the history of technology, is an avid proponent of active ways of learning that help students to understand and navigate the radically changed world in which we now all live, work, and learn. She is Distinguished Professor of English and Founding Director of the Futures Initiative at the Graduate Center, CUNY, and the R. F. DeVarney Professor Emerita of Interdisciplinary Studies at Duke University where she served as Duke’s (and the nation’s) first Vice Provost for Interdisciplinary Studies.

A specialist in the fields of digital learning and youth development with broad experience designing programming and learning environments in local and national contexts, Marc Lesser is currently the Youth Studies Fellow at CUNY SPS. He directs the national efforts to design and develop web-based and live offerings for Mouse.

No Such Thing is produced in partnership with the CUNY SPS Masters Degree Program in Youth Studies and Mouse, a national youth development nonprofit that believes in technology as a force for good.


Giants interview former Broncos assistant head coach/RB coach Eric Studesville

The Giants have interviewed former Broncos assistant head coach/running backs coach Eric Studesville for the team's head coach position:   EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Eric Studesville, whose 21 years ...


Giants interview former Broncos assistant head coach/RB coach Eric Studesville

The Giants have interviewed former Broncos assistant head coach/running backs coach Eric Studesville for the team's head coach position:   EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Eric Studesville, whose 21 years ...


5 things you need to know about Eric Studesville

Five things you need to know about Giants head coach candidate Eric Studesville:   1. Eric Studesville just completed his eighth season as running backs coach for the Denver Broncos with the added...


5 things you need to know about Eric Studesville

Five things you need to know about Giants head coach candidate Eric Studesville:   1. Eric Studesville just completed his eighth season as running backs coach for the Denver Broncos with the added...


Behind Chandler Catanzaro’s Rebound Season

Jets Kicker Holds Himself to a High Standard, Taking Next-Kick Mentality


Behind Chandler Catanzaro’s Rebound Season

Jets Kicker Holds Himself to a High Standard, Taking Next-Kick Mentality


Anatomy of a Play: Sterling Shepard's slant success

Giants.com's John Schmeelk takes an X's and O's look at WR Sterling Shepard: With all the injuries at the wide receiver position, Sterling Shepard was the team’s most experienced and consistent re...


Anatomy of a Play: Sterling Shepard's slant success

Giants.com's John Schmeelk takes an X's and O's look at WR Sterling Shepard: With all the injuries at the wide receiver position, Sterling Shepard was the team’s most experienced and consistent re...


UPDATED (1/10): Giants Head Coach Interview Tracker

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Mets' bullpen has potential to dominate

For months, the Mets have made move after move with an eye toward improving both their bullpen's effectiveness and depth. The club acquired former Marlins closer AJ Ramos and a cadre of young high-upside arms in a flurry of trades last summer. They also signed free agent Anthony Swarzak this offseason.


How Bad Is It? Implications of the Federal Tax Bill for New York

The federal tax overhaul passed last month may have enormous impacts in New York and could upend the relationship between the federal government and the states.

Citizens Budget Commission (CBC) and the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism will gather experts to assess the impact and potential city and state responses in a special half-day conference.

Attendance is free, but space is limited. RSVP to lcolacurcio@cbcny.org

The conference will begin at 8:30 a.m. with a keynote speaker and Q&A, to be announced in the next week.

10:00 a.m.-10:45 a.m. – Where will it hurt (or help)? The likely fiscal impacts for New York

  • Carol Kellermann (moderator) President, CBC
  • Howard Cure Director of Municipal Bond Credit Research, Evercore Wealth Management
  • Merrill Pond Senior Vice President, Partnership for New York City
  • George Sweeting Deputy Director, NYC Independent Budget Office
  • Robert Ward Deputy Comptroller, Office of the New York State Comptroller

11:00 am.-11:45 am – What are the best state and local responses?

  • Greg David (moderator) Crain’s New York Business and CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
  • E.J. McMahon Research Director, Empire Center for Public Policy
  • James Parrott Director of Economic and Fiscal Policy, Center for New York City Affairs at The New School
  • Richard Ravitch Former Lieutenant Governor, State of New York
  • James Wexler Former Commissioner, New York State Department of Taxation 

How Bad Is It? Implications of the Federal Tax Bill for New York

The federal tax overhaul passed last month may have enormous impacts in New York and could upend the relationship between the federal government and the states.

Citizens Budget Commission (CBC) and the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism will gather experts to assess the impact and potential city and state responses in a special half-day conference.

Attendance is free, but space is limited. RSVP to lcolacurcio@cbcny.org

The conference will begin at 8:30 am with a keynote speaker and Q&A, to be announced in the next week.

10-10:45 am – Where will it hurt (or help)? The likely fiscal impacts for New York

 Carol Kellermann (moderator) President, CBC

 Howard Cure Director of Municipal Bond Credit Research, Evercore Wealth Management

 Merrill Pond Senior Vice President, Partnership for New York City

 George Sweeting Deputy Director, NYC Independent Budget Office

 Robert Ward Deputy Comptroller, Office of the New York State Comptroller

11-11:45 am – What are the best state and local responses?

 Greg David (moderator) Crain’s New York Business and CUNY Graduate School of Journalism

 E.J. McMahon Research Director, Empire Center for Public Policy

 James Parrott Director of Economic and Fiscal Policy, Center for New York City Affairs at The New School

 Richard Ravitch Former Lieutenant Governor, State of New York

  James Wexler Former Commissioner, New York State Department of Taxation 

The post How Bad Is It? Implications of the Federal Tax Bill for New York appeared first on CUNY J-School.


Giants interview Panthers defensive coordinator Steve Wilks

The Giants have interviewed Panthers defensive coordinator Steve Wilks for the team's head coach position:  EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Steve Wilks, a 12-year NFL coaching veteran who just completed h...


Giants interview Panthers defensive coordinator Steve Wilks

The Giants have interviewed Panthers defensive coordinator Steve Wilks for the team's head coach position:  EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Steve Wilks, a 12-year NFL coaching veteran who just completed h...


5 things you need to know about Steve Wilks

Five things you need to know about Giants head coach candidate Steve Wilks: 1. Wilks is coming off his first year as the Panthers' defensive coordinator after being promoted when Sean McDermott w...


5 things you need to know about Steve Wilks

Five things you need to know about Giants head coach candidate Steve Wilks: 1. Wilks is coming off his first year as the Panthers' defensive coordinator after being promoted when Sean McDermott w...


Slow Start, Fast Finish for Rontez Miles

Jets' Safety Returned from Eye Injury for Big ST Tackle Numbers vs. Patriots & for the Season


Slow Start, Fast Finish for Rontez Miles

Jets' Safety Returned from Eye Injury for Big ST Tackle Numbers vs. Patriots & for the Season


Shepard’s leadership skills on display in sophomore season

Sterling Shepard showed in his second season that he can be a leader amongst teammates:  Receivers like to greet each other in the end zone, not in line for the MRI machine. But that’s the kind of...


Shepard’s leadership skills on display in sophomore season

Sterling Shepard showed in his second season that he can be a leader amongst teammates:  Receivers like to greet each other in the end zone, not in line for the MRI machine. But that’s the kind of...


UPDATED (1/9): Giants Head Coach Interview Tracker

A recap of the New York Giants' head coach interviews to-date:  

Steve WilksPanthers Defensive CoordinatorSteve Wilks, a 12-year NFL coaching veteran who just completed his first season as the C...


Healthy rotation key to Mets' success in 2018

It may sound strange, especially for a team that finished near the bottom in baseball in preventing runs, but the Mets remain a club built around pitching.


Healthy rotation key to Mets' success in 2018

It may sound strange, especially for a team that finished near the bottom in baseball in preventing runs, but the Mets remain a club built around pitching.


Healthy rotation key to Mets' success in 2018

It may sound strange, especially for a team that finished near the bottom in baseball in preventing runs, but the Mets remain a club built around pitching.


Faculty Development Workshop

The Faculty Development Workshop, part of the Community College Research Grant program, supports CUNY community college faculty research efforts.


Cover 3: How will Gettleman build Giants' roster?

Three Giants writers discuss what the first Giants roster under Dave Gettleman could look like:   In this week’s Cover 3, our writers discuss what we could see from Dave Gettleman’s first roster a...


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Biology Symposium

The Biology Symposium will showcase recent & exciting work in the biological sciences at QC. This cross disciplinary event will include talks from many STEM departments. ALL are welcome to attend.

The Biology Symposium is open to all! This annual event will showcase speakers from many STEM fields including: Biology, Mathematics, and Anthropology, and Psychology.

Email address for information requests: Shoshana.reich@qc.cuny.edu


JPP presents 2017 Heart of a Giant Award

Seventeen-year-old Sabastian Quinn has been through more adversity than most people must endure in a lifetime.
A junior at Mendham High School, Quinn has twice battled ALCL non-Hodgkin’s lymphom...


JPP presents 2017 Heart of a Giant Award

Seventeen-year-old Sabastian Quinn has been through more adversity than most people must endure in a lifetime.
A junior at Mendham High School, Quinn has twice battled ALCL non-Hodgkin’s lymphom...


Justin Pugh forms special friendship with his neighbor

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BY MATT COHEN

A considerable part of any offensive lineman’s job is to have his QB’s back.
Justin Pugh believes that mantra doesn’t just...


D3Hoops.com: CSI's Tim Shanahan Interviews on Hoopsville Podcast

FLUSHING, N.Y. (Jan. 8, 2018) - On Sunday, College of Staten Island Head Women's Basketball Coach Tim Shanahan interviewed with Dave McHugh on the D3Hoops.com Hoopsville podcast to discuss the early success of the Dolphins' program in the 2017-18 campaign.


Young talent headlines Mets' projected lineup

As it stands now, the Mets' lineup would be comprised entirely of players who concluded 2017 with the club, just in more pronounced roles. That means more opportunity -- and responsibility -- for several young players who debuted last season.


Anatomy of a Play: Vernon's run-stop skills on display

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2018 NFL Important Dates

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'Never felt better': Thor healthy, excited for '18

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UPDATED: Giants Head Coach Interview Tracker

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Sources: Mets interested in Moose, Frazier

The Mets aren't close to a major move, but they're monitoring a number of possibilities with Spring Training now barely more than one month away.


Giants Interview Patriots' Offensive Coordinator Josh McDaniels

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Inside the Numbers: 3 Wins over Playoff Teams

Jets Have Room to Improve, but at Their Best in '17, They Beat Trio That Are in the Postseason


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Jets Have Room to Improve, but at Their Best in '17, They Beat Trio That Are in the Postseason


Giants Interview Patriots D-Coordinator Matt Patricia

The Giants have interviewed Patriots D-Coordinator Matt Patricia for the team's head coach position:  EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Matt Patricia today became the first known rocket scientist to interv...


Giants Interview Patriots D-Coordinator Matt Patricia

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Giants Interview Patriots D-Coordinator Matt Patricia

The Giants have interviewed Patriots D-Coordinator Matt Patricia for the team's head coach position:  EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Matt Patricia today became the first known rocket scientist to interv...


IEEE Distinguished Lecture: Mitsuteru Inoue, “Magnetic Phase Interference in Artificial Magnetic Lattices: Functions and Applica

IEEE Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecturer for 2018
Magnetic Phase Interference in Artificial Magnetic Lattices: Functions and Applications to Optical, High-Frequency, and Spin Wave Devices

Mitsuteru Inoue Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan

The introduction of artificial magnetic structures into magnetic materials can induce novel electromagnetic and spin-wave behavior. Nano- and submicrometer-scale artificial magnetic lattices (AMLs) can control optical (electromagnetic) waves in magnetophotonic crystals [1], volumetric magnetic holograms [2], and labyrinthian magnetic domain structures [3], and can affect spin waves in magnonic crystals [4].

In this talk, the fundamental properties of such AMLs, mainly in magnetic garnet films and alloy thin films, are discussed, followed by demonstrations of their applications in optical and spin-wave micro-devices driven by magnetic phase interference: volumetric magneto-optic (MO) hologram memories [2] and three-dimensional MO holographic displays [5] with magnetophotonic crystals; high-speed MO Q-switch micro-chip lasers with iron-garnet films with labyrinthian magnetic domain structures [3]; and highly sensitive magnetic sensors and spinwave logic circuits with magnonic crystals [6].

Prospective future spin-wave devices with AMLs will be discussed in the context of the new paradigm of magnonics (electron non-transport electronics), where spin waves play an important role as the information carrier.

[1] T. Goto et al., “Magnetophotonic crystal comprising electro-optical layer for controlling helicity of light,” J. Appl. Phys., vol. 111, 07A913, 2012.
[2] Y. Nakamura et al., “Error-free reconstruction of magnetic hologram via improvement of recording conditions in collinear optical system,” Optics Exp., vol. 25, pp. 15349-15357, 2017.
[3] R. Morimoto et al., “Magnetic domains driving a Q-switched laser,” Sci. Rep., vol. 6, 38679, 2016.
[4] N. Kanazawa et al., “Metal thickness dependence on spin wave propagation in magnonic crystal using yttrium iron garnet,” J. Appl. Phys., vol. 117, 17E510, 2015.
[5] K. Nakamura et al., “Improvement of diffraction efficiency of three-dimensional magnetooptic spatial light modulator with magnetophotonic crystal,” Appl. Phys. Lett., vol. 108, 02240, 2016.
[6] N. Kanazawa et al., “Demonstration of a robust magnonic spin wave interferometer,” Sci. Rep., vol. 6. 30268, 2016.

Mitsuteru Inoue received the B.S. degree in information engineering and the M.S. and Dr.Eng. degrees in electrical and electronic engineering in 1981, 1983, and 1989 from Toyohashi University of Technology (TUT), Japan. He was an associate professor at TUT from 1993 to 1996, and with the Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University, from 1997 to 1999. From 2001 to 2013 he served as professor in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, TUT. Since 2014 he is jointly serving as professor of the Graduate School of TUT and as an executive trustee and vice president of TUT. He was a visiting professor at Stanford University in 2003 and at Moscow State University in 2004.

His research interests include spin-coupled wave propagation phenomena in amorphous alloy and magnetic garnet thin films, including phase modulation of magneto surface-acousticwaves, control and phase modulation of optical waves, and control of high-frequency magnetostatic and spin waves, together with their applications in magneto-optical (MO) spatial light modulators, three-dimensional MO displays, non-destructive MO imaging, magnetic hologram recording, and spin-wave logic circuits.

Prof. Inoue has served as the director of Magnetics Society of Japan from 2013 to 2015 and as the general chair of the Magnetics and Optics Research International Symposium (MORIS, 2015 and 2018). He is currently the chair of the 147th Committee on Amorphous and Nano-Crystalline Materials of the University-Industry Cooperative Research Committees, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS).

Contact: Mitsuteru Inoue, Toyohashi University of Technology, 1-1 Hibarigaoka, Tempaku-cho, Toyohashi, Aichi, 441-8580, Japan; email: inoue@tut.ac.jp


5 things to know: Pats D-Coordinator Matt Patricia

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1. Matt Patricia is in his sixth season as the Patriots’ defensive coo...


5 things to know: Pats D-Coordinator Matt Patricia

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1. Matt Patricia is in his sixth season as the Patriots’ defensive coo...


5 things to know: Pats D-Coordinator Matt Patricia

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Fact or Fiction: Offseason Predictions

Giants writers debate Big Blue topics heading into the offseason: Free agency is equally important as the draft this year for new general manager Dave Gettleman. John Schmeelk - Fiction: It isn’t...


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Top QB prospects declare for 2018 NFL Draft

Sam Darnold and Josh Rosen - two of college football's top QB prospects - are among the underclassmen that have declared for the 2018 Draft:Less than an hour apart, two of the nation’s top quarter...


Top QB prospects declare for 2018 NFL Draft

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Top QB prospects declare for 2018 NFL Draft

Sam Darnold and Josh Rosen - two of college football's top QB prospects - are among the underclassmen that have declared for the 2018 Draft:Less than an hour apart, two of the nation’s top quarter...


Hard-hit rate sign that Mets' Smith will improve

As of now, the Mets' starting first-base job is Dominic Smith's to win. And if he does win the job in Spring Training, there are some signs that he could run with it. Several key Statcast™ metrics indicate that Smith's stat line could be significantly better in 2018.


What You Need to Know About the Jets' 2018 Opponents

A Breakdown of Each Team the Jets Will Face in 2018