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Roger Lewis highlight catch sets up Giants' OT win

Giants.com breaks down the turning points of the game: Ninety minutes before kickoff, the Giants released their inactive list and Sterling Shepard’s name was on it. Once again, they were down an...


Watch New York Giants vs. Kansas City Chiefs Highlights

Watch the top plays and best moments from Sunday's game against the Chiefs:


Giants vs. Chiefs: Postgame stats and notes

Postgame stats and notes from the Giants' Week 11 matchup with the Chiefs: EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Notes and anecdotes from the Giants’ 12-9 overtime victory against the Kansas City Chiefs in Met...


Instant Analysis: Giants 12, Chiefs 9 (OT)

Giants.com brings you an instant postgame recap of Sunday's game: AT A GLANCE After holding a “brutally honest” team meeting during the week, the New York Giants rallied to stifle one of the NFL’s...


Watch Giants Postgame Reactions

The Giants meet the media following Sunday's game against the Chiefs: 


Pennington: Jets Will Be Tested After the Bye

Former Jets QB Believes Josh McCown Is Helping Club Build for the Future


Pennington: Jets Will Be Tested After the Bye

Former Jets QB Believes Josh McCown Is Helping Club Build for the Future


Watch Giants vs. Chiefs Highlights

Watch the top plays and best moments from Sunday's game against the Chiefs:


WR Shepard, CB Apple Out vs. Chiefs; View Inactives

The following Giants players will sit out today's matchup with the Chiefs: NEW YORK GIANTS INACTIVESQB Davis WebbCB Eli AppleLB Kelvin Sheppard OL Justin PughOL John GrecoWR Sterling Shepard LB B....


Follow LIVE Twitter Updates from Giants vs. Chiefs

Follow Live Twitter updates from today's Giants vs. Chiefs Week 11 matchup: 


Giants, Stop & Shop to host Food Drive Sunday

Fans are ecouraged to bring canned foods to Giants vs. Chiefs Game on Sunday, November 19th:The New York Giants, in partnership with Stop & Shop, will host their twenty-first annual food drive at ...


Inside the Numbers: 'Behind the Sticks'

How Tough Was It for the Jets' Offense on Third Down at Tampa Bay? That's a Long Story


Inside the Numbers: 'Behind the Sticks'

How Tough Was It for the Jets' Offense on Third Down at Tampa Bay? That's a Long Story


Giants aim to flip the script on 2017 beginning Sunday vs. Chiefs

The Giants look to make something out of season and turn things around starting Sunday at MetLife Stadium:  EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. –Ben McAdoo’s admission that he had a “brutally honest” meeting w...


Mets sign left-hander Purke to Minors deal

The Mets signed left-hander Matt Purke to a Minor League deal with an invitation to Major League Spring Training on Friday.


Will Evan Engram join the ranks of all-time great Giants TE’s?

Evan Engram has a chance to be among the Giants great Tight Ends:  EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. –Evan Engram is well-versed in the Giants’ tradition of fielding outstanding tight ends, and he speaks in ...


10 things to watch for when the Giants face the Chiefs

Ten storylines to follow as the Giants get set to face the Chiefs on Sunday:   1. CHIEFS COME TO TOWN

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The McAdoo Report: Need for Corrections

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Fact or Fiction: Will En...


Fact or Fiction: Engram to break rookie record?

The Giants.com staff debates Big Blue topics heading into Sunday's game against the Chiefs:  Sterling Shepard will have another 100-yard game on Sunday John Schmeelk - Fact: Sterling Shepard is t...


ICYMI: LaDainian Tomlinson Applauds Bowles

HOF RB Touches on His Relationship with Powell, McCown Ready to Self-Scout


ICYMI: LaDainian Tomlinson Applauds Bowles

HOF RB Touches on His Relationship with Powell, McCown Ready to Self-Scout


The McAdoo Report: Need for consistency and corrections

The McAdoo Report, Giants.com’s exclusive weekly interview with head coach Ben McAdoo: Q: You reviewed the tape from last week’s game in San Francisco in a meeting with the players you called hard...


2017 CUNYAC/Army ROTC Women's Cross Country All-Stars Announced

FLUSHING, N.Y. (Nov. 17, 2017) - The City University of New York Athletic Conference and Army ROTC announced their 2017 CUNYAC All-Star selections for women's cross country on Friday, with Hunter claiming all three major awards from the league office.


2017 CUNYAC/Army ROTC Women's Cross Country All-Stars Announced

FLUSHING, N.Y. (Nov. 17, 2017) - The City University of New York Athletic Conference and Army ROTC announced their 2017 CUNYAC All-Star selections for women's cross country on Friday, with Hunter claiming all three major awards from the league office.


Tavarres King answers questions in Twitter Q&A

New York Giants wide receiver Tavarres King took over Big Blue's Twitter account on Friday to host a Twitter Q&A and answer some questions from fans:

.@Giantsfan1232 #AskTavarres pic.twitter.com/3...


Academic Pursuits: A First Year Success Workshop

Attend this workshop to plan out how you will take advantage of all the academic and extracurricular activites that BMCC offers to new students.


Giants vs. Chiefs Bose Player Playlists

GIANTS VS. CHIEFS BOSE PLAYER PLAYLISTS
BY MATT COHEN

After a trip to the West Coast, the New York Giants return home on Sunday to take on the Kansas City Chiefs at MetLife Stadium. It's the ...


Channel Guide: Giants Postgame Live Sunday on MSG2, Giants.com, and Giants App

Watch Giants Postgame Live Sunday after the game on MSG2. See below for channel listings. Live stream also available on Giants.com and Giants App: *If your channel number is not listed, please co...


Flores leads yearly MetsGiving turkey giveaway

Thirteen-year-old Joshua Flores walked down his street in the Corona neighborhood of Queens, N.Y., on Thursday and found an unfamiliar sight in front of his house. Standing on Flores' doorstep was Mets infielder Wilmer Flores waiting to greet him.


KCC Campus Tour

Learn more about becoming a Kingsborough Community College student.

Register here for a tour of the 70-acre campus.  Our advisors will be on hand to answer questions and guide you through the application process.

To sign up: www1.kingsborough.edu/regform/ctrform.php

 

UPCOMING TOUR TIMES:

Fri. Nov. 17 from 2pm-3pm

Wed., Nov. 29 from 2pm-3pm

Thurs., Nov. 30 from 3pm-4pm (for prospective Maritime Technology students]

 


5 things we learned from practice (11/16)

Giants.com's Dan Salomone highlights five takeaways from Thursday’s team practice and media hour:   1. SPAGS READIES FOR REID Defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo’s NFL coaching career really to...


5 things we learned from practice (11/16)

Giants.com's Dan Salomone highlights five takeaways from Thursday’s team practice and media hour:   1. SPAGS READIES FOR REID Defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo’s NFL coaching career really to...


Jenkins says technique (not effort) is cause of miscues

Janoris Jenkins stated today during media hour that his performance Sunday was technique related, not effort related:   EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. –Janoris Jenkins said today reports of his lack of eff...


Jenkins says technique (not effort) is cause of miscues

Janoris Jenkins stated today during media hour that his performance Sunday was technique related, not effort related:   EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. –Janoris Jenkins said today reports of his lack of eff...


Aldemaro Romero: Venezuelan Fiesta, Feat. Selene Quiroga, with Alexander String Quartet and Special Musical Guests

Aldemaro Romero: Venezuelan Fiesta
Featuring Selene Quiroga (piano & vocals)
with Fabio Rojas (drums), Gonzalo Teppa (double bass),
Jorge Glem (cuatro), Gonzalo Grau (piano) 
The Blue Notes a capella Choir
and Special Guests – The Alexander String Quartet
Conducted by Aldemaro Romero, Jr., Dean of Weissman School of Arts & Sciences

November 17 at 6:30 PM

BUY TICKETS

***(in the event that tickets sell out, we encourage signing up for our in-person wait list that will begin at 5pm on November 17th)

General Admission: $36
Alumni: $31
Faculty & Staff: $26
Students: $16
Premium (includes Premium Seating & Reception): $50

A celebration of the Venezuelan composer’s music as featured in the latest album of pianist Selene Quiroga. With the Alexander String Quartet, and friends, conducted by Dean of the Weissman School of Arts & Sciences, Aldemaro Romero, Jr.

  • El negro José /Black José  (Piano, bass, percussion)
  • El Musiquito/The little musician  (Piano, bass, percussion, melodica, acapella choir)
  • De Repente/Suddenly (Cuatro, bass, solo voice)
  • Sueño de una niña grande/Dream of a big little girl  (Piano II, solo voice)               
  • Quien/Who  (piano II, solo voice)
  • Tema de Amor/Love theme  (Piano II, bass, solo voice)
  • Lo que pasa contigo/What’s going on with you  (Cuatro, bass, solo voice)  
  • Suite para cello y piano/Suite for cello and piano  (Piano, cello)       
  • Capriccio per viola e pianoforte/Capriccio for viola and piano**  (Piano, viola)
  • 10.2do. Movimiento del concierto para Teresa/2nd. Movement of a concerto for              Teresa** <span style="font-family: 'Segoe UI';

  • Eye On The Chiefs: Breaking down the matchup

    Giants.com's Michael Eisen breaks down the opposing offense, defense, and special teams: EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The Giants will be seeking their first home victory of the season Sunday when the ...


    Eye On The Chiefs: Breaking down the matchup

    Giants.com's Michael Eisen breaks down the opposing offense, defense, and special teams: EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The Giants will be seeking their first home victory of the season Sunday when the ...


    3 Keys to a Giants victory against the Chiefs

    Three keys for the Giants to come away with a "W" on Sunday: Sandwiched among three road games, the New York Giants play host to the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 11 at MetLife Stadium. Big Blue, whi...


    3 Keys to a Giants victory against the Chiefs

    Three keys for the Giants to come away with a "W" on Sunday: Sandwiched among three road games, the New York Giants play host to the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 11 at MetLife Stadium. Big Blue, whi...


    Rivera aims to defy timeline in elbow rehab

    For years, infielder T.J. Rivera worked his way up the Mets' Minor League ladder in relative anonymity, an undrafted free agent who hit well above .300 at nearly every stop on the farm. In 2016, Rivera finally received his big league chance, batting .333 in 33 games. He followed that up with a .290 average in 73 games this season, as recently as July putting himself in contention for a significant '18 role with the Mets.


    A Midsummer Night’s Dream

    A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM 

    Tuesday thru Saturday, November 14th – 18th at 7:30pm, Matinee Thursday Nov 16th 12:30pm (Club Hours)
    *** please note this performance takes place at the Bernie West Theatre at 17 Lexington Ave. on the 9th floor.

    ALL SEATS $11 General Public
    Students  $10

    BUY TICKETS

    Baruch’s Fine and Performing Arts Department/Weissman School of Arts and Sciences  present Shakespeare’s  A Midsummer Night’s Dream directed by Christopher Scott. The Bard’s farcical, trippy tale of love gone haywire where mortals mix it up with magical beings in a world filled with death threats, drugs, beastiality and broken hearts played out to a 1980’s playlist. This contemporary spin starts in “Athens” the suburbs of NYC and ends up where everyone gets lost in “The Wild Woods” of the East Village where they encounter Glam Punk/ Downtown New York Street Art Scene fairies in the dark, dangerous and magical East Village a long, long time before gentrification. In the end: “Jack shall have Jill; Nought shall go ill; The man shall have his mare again, and all shall be well.”


    Leonard Williams Is on a (QB) Hitting Streak

    Jets' Young D-Lineman Has Applied More Pressure on Opposing Quarterbacks in the Last Month


    Leonard Williams Is on a (QB) Hitting Streak

    Jets' Young D-Lineman Has Applied More Pressure on Opposing Quarterbacks in the Last Month


    Quotes (11/16)

    Transcriptions from Thursday's media hour: Offensive Coordinator Mike Sullivan Q: Is T Chad Wheeler ready to step in there if he needs to? A: Yeah. We’ve had a lot of guys working all year at all ...


    Quotes (11/16)

    Transcriptions from Thursday's media hour: Offensive Coordinator Mike Sullivan Q: Is T Chad Wheeler ready to step in there if he needs to? A: Yeah. We’ve had a lot of guys working all year at all ...


    Informal Student-Faculty Q&A

    Event Date: 11/20/2017 3:00:00 PM As announced in the November Student Newsletter, on Monday, November 20th at 3 p.m., there will be an Informal Q&A for Current Students in the Student Lounge, Room 3204.  Program faculty will be available to answer any questions about the Program, including Comprehensive Exams.  All students are welcome. Coffee and snacks will be available.  Please RSVP.  Thank you.


    Channel Guide: Giants Postgame Live, Sunday on MSG2

    Watch Giants Postgame Live Sunday after the game on MSG2. See below for channel listings. Live stream also available on Giants.com and Giants App: *If your channel number is not listed, please co...


    Channel Guide: Giants Postgame Live, Sunday on MSG2

    Watch Giants Postgame Live Sunday after the game on MSG2. See below for channel listings. Live stream also available on Giants.com and Giants App: *If your channel number is not listed, please co...


    Wright eyes another healthy run with Mets

    There is no quit in David Wright. The Mets' captain and third baseman has gone through right shoulder surgery, neck surgery and surgery to correct spinal stenosis in his back five weeks ago.


    Alderson: No downside to looking at Ohtani

    For years, the Mets have shied away from international bidding wars, wary of spending too much of their restrictive budget on unknown quantities. But Shohei Ohtani presents a different situation. The Mets are at least intrigued by the possibility of acquiring the Japanese superstar this winter, despite acknowledging the unlikelihood that they actually will be able to.


    Writers on Writing Radio Show: Interview with Keith Gilyard

    Tune In this Week

    Sunday, November 19, 2017

    “Writers on Writing” Radio Show

    With Dr. Brenda M. Greene, Executive Director

    The Center for Black Literature at Medgar Evers College, CUNY

    WNYE 91.5 FM

    7 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

    Listen at http://www.wmecradio.com

     

    About the Program

    Dr. Brenda Greene talks with Dr. Keith Gilyard, author of Louise Thompson Patterson: A Life of Struggle for Justice.  Louise Thompson Patterson was a leading and transformative figure in radical African- American politics. Greene and Gilyard discuss Patterson’s early years, her interactions and work with writers and activists such as W.E.B. Du Bois, William Patterson, Paul Robeson, Langston Hughes, and Richard Wright, and endless determination to work for social justice and workers’ rights.  Patterson was an advocate in the Scottsboro Case and the Angela Davis case.  Her work is chronicled over each decade of the 20th century.

    About the Author

    Dr. Keith Gilyard is Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of English and African American Studies at Pennsylvania State University and the author and editor of numerous books, including True to the Language Game: African American Discourses, Cultural Politics, and Pedagogy and John Oliver Killens: A Life of Black Literary Activism.

     


    Mindfulness For Your Success

    Staying mindful of yourself is an important step to success for every student. This workshop will focus on your personal well-being, highlighting self-care techniques such as deep breathing and ways to stay grounded.  You will learn simple exercises for awareness and focus to help you manage stress in your life and ensure that your college career is a healthy balance of hard work and enjoyment.


    Accountability is theme as Giants move on from SF loss

    Giants look ahead to Chiefs after a tough film meeting this morning:   EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. –The Giants today began full-scale preparations for their home game Sunday against the Kansas City Chie...


    Accountability is theme as Giants move on from SF loss

    Giants look ahead to Chiefs after a tough film meeting this morning:   EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. –The Giants today began full-scale preparations for their home game Sunday against the Kansas City Chie...


    5 things we learned from Giants practice (11/15)

    5 takeaways from Wednesday’s practice and media hour:   1. GIANTS WERE ‘BRUTALLY HONEST’ IN TEAM MEETING Giving his players extra time to rest after the cross-country flight back from San Francisc...


    5 things we learned from Giants practice (11/15)

    5 takeaways from Wednesday’s practice and media hour:   1. GIANTS WERE ‘BRUTALLY HONEST’ IN TEAM MEETING Giving his players extra time to rest after the cross-country flight back from San Francisc...


    Giants vs. Chiefs Storylines: What to watch for

    Five storylines to follow as the Giants get set to face the Chiefs Sunday at MetLifeStadium:   1. ON TO KANSAS CITY The New York Giants (1-8) will play host to the Kansas City Chiefs (6-3) this w...


    Mets finalize Callaway's coaching staff

    The Mets finalized Mickey Callaway's inaugural coaching staff on Wednesday, announcing a mix of experienced coaches with ties to Callaway and each other.


    Moment Wasn’t Too Big for WR Chad Hansen

    Jets Rookie Receiver Learning How to Work in Tight Places at the Slot Position


    Moment Wasn’t Too Big for WR Chad Hansen

    Moment Wasn’t Too Big for WR Chad Hansen


    HOT DOCS Presents: “Risk” by Laura Poitras

    The CUNY Graduate School of Journalism’s HOT DOCS Series is hosting a special screening of “Risk” directed by Academy Award winner Laura Poitras, followed by a Q& A with the director, on Friday, November 17.

    Filmed over six years, RISK is a complex and volatile character study that collides with a high stakes election year and it’s controversial aftermath. Cornered in a tiny building for half a decade, Julian Assange is undeterred even as the legal jeopardy he faces threatens to undermine the organization he leads and fracture the movement he inspired. Capturing this story with unprecedented access, Poitras finds herself caught between the motives and contradictions of Assange and his inner circle.

    This event is open only to CUNY faculty, staff and students. RSVP is required.


    Giants vs. Chiefs Storylines: What to watch for

    Five storylines to follow as the Giants get set to face the Chiefs Sunday at MetLifeStadium:   1. ON TO KANSAS CITY The New York Giants (1-8) will play host to the Kansas City Chiefs (6-3) this w...


    Stats+ Giants vs. Chiefs by the numbers

    A look at some of the most important figures surrounding the team in STATS+, Presented by The New York Lottery: 4 First-round draft choice Evan Engram is the first Giants tight end with a touchdo...


    Stats+ Giants vs. Chiefs by the numbers

    A look at some of the most important figures surrounding the team in STATS+, Presented by The New York Lottery: 4 First-round draft choice Evan Engram is the first Giants tight end with a touchdo...


    Mets exploring options for first-base depth

    Part of the Mets' rationale for calling up top prospects Amed Rosario and Dominic Smith in August was to give themselves an extended chance to evaluate the youngsters heading into 2018. The Mets wanted to know before Spring Training whether those two would be part of their short-term plans.


    Jeremy Bates: McCown Continues to Get Better

    Jets QB Coach Also Pleased with the Progress of Petty and Hackenberg


    Jeremy Bates: McCown Continues to Get Better

    Jets QB Coach Also Pleased with the Progress of Petty and Hackenberg


    Inside the Numbers: Eli's Iron Man streak reaches new mark

    Giants.com's Michael Eisen takes a closer look a Eli Manning's consecutive games streak: EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Eli Manning has reached the point in his illustrious career where he achieves a new...


    Inside the Numbers: Eli's Iron Man streak reaches new mark

    Giants.com's Michael Eisen takes a closer look a Eli Manning's consecutive games streak: EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Eli Manning has reached the point in his illustrious career where he achieves a new...


    Justin Pugh is Giants nominee for Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award

    Offensive lineman Justin Pugh is the Giants nominee for the 2017 Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award: The 32 player nominees for the fourth annual ART ROONEY SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD have been finalized, the...


    Justin Pugh is Giants nominee for Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award

    Offensive lineman Justin Pugh is the Giants nominee for the 2017 Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award: The 32 player nominees for the fourth annual ART ROONEY SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD have been finalized, the...


    Giants roster moves: Keenan Robinson placed on IR; Three players signed

    The Giants have made a series of roster moves as the team gets set for Week 11 vs. the Chiefs:  EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The Giants made a series of roster moves today that brought them a linebacke...


    Giants roster moves: Keenan Robinson placed on IR; Three players signed

    The Giants have made a series of roster moves as the team gets set for Week 11 vs. the Chiefs:  EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The Giants made a series of roster moves today that brought them a linebacke...


    CUNY Chess and Table Tennis Intramural Championships Cancelled

    FLUSHING, N.Y. (Nov. 14, 2017) - The CUNY Chess and Table Tennis Intramural Championships, which were set for Saturday, Nov. 18, have been cancelled.


    Mets' starters may go shorter in 2018

    As recently as September, general manager Sandy Alderson said the Mets would look to acquire starting pitching help this winter, needing more depth behind Noah Syndergaard and Jacob deGrom. But as the realities of a limited budget have begun to creep in, the Mets are looking at other ways to improve their staff.


    Bowles: Josh McCown Will Be Our QB

    Jets Set to Reenergize for the Stretch Run


    Bowles: Josh McCown Will Be Our QB

    Jets Set to Reenergize for the Stretch Run


    Coach McAdoo emphasizes need to finish plays

    Coach Ben McAdoo breaks down the Giants' loss to the 49ers after viewing the game tape: EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Lopsided losses the last two weeks to the Rams and 49ers have raised questions about ...


    Coach McAdoo emphasizes need to finish plays

    Coach Ben McAdoo breaks down the Giants' loss to the 49ers after viewing the game tape: EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Lopsided losses the last two weeks to the Rams and 49ers have raised questions about ...


    Library Department Workshop

    The days of traditional media controlling what you see and how it is reported has gone by the wayside. In its vacuum, we have newer dangers to navigate, including dissimulation, bias, sins of omission, false news stories, alternative facts, trolling, Pepes, Deplorables and an entire array of different tactics being utilized by various forces for different reasons. In some cases, they want to control what you think and feel, in other cases, they simply want clicks. In most cases, it is a combination of both. In this dizzying information environment, Professor Falcon will help you identify some of the features of the new information landscape and give you some simple tools to evaluate what you see fighting for your eyeballs every time you pick up your phone or sit at your computer. It will be brisk, fast-paced and controversial, fun and infuriating and— most important—it will give you the tools to use to defend yourself in the war for your mind.


    3rd Annual STEM Fair

    Please join us for our 3rd annual STEM Fair! Our aim is to create interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education and STEM careers, foster school-community cooperation in developing the scientific potential and communication skills of tomorrow’s leaders and publicly recognize the achievements of our talented science students. See you there!


    “Star Wars VII – The Force Awakens”

    Three decades after the Empire’s defeat, a new threat arises in the militant First Order. Stormtrooper defector Finn and spare parts scavenger Rey are caught up in the Resistance’s search for the missing Luke Skywalker.


    Digital Arts Alumni Art Exhibition

    The works featured include oil and acrylic paintings, watercolors, ceramics, digital illustration prints and sculpture, all created by BCC graduates. An artists’ reception will be held in the gallery on Thursday, November 16 from 12 to 3 p.m.

    The Hall of Fame Art Gallery is open Monday and Friday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., Tuesday, 3 – 4 p.m., Wednesday, 12 – 3 p.m. and Thursday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.


    QC Physics Department Colloquium Fall 2017

    Andrew Kent – New York University

    Physics and applications enabled by the discovery of spin-transfer torques

    Coffee at noon


    Pay It No Mind: The Life and Times of Marsha P. Johnson

    This documentary captures the legendary gay/human rights activist as she recounts her life at the forefront of The Stonewall Riots in the 1960s, the creation of S.T.A.R. with Sylvia Rivera in the ‘70s, and as a New York City activist throughout the ‘80s and early ‘90s.

    This film is presented in honor of Trans Day of Remembrance.


    Cover 3: Takeaways from Giants vs. 49ers

    Three Giants writers give their takeaways from Sunday's loss to the 49ers: In this week’s Cover 3, our writers give their reaction and takeaways from Sunday’s 31-21 loss to the 49ers. JOHN SCHMEE...


    Cover 3: Takeaways from Giants vs. 49ers

    Three Giants writers give their takeaways from Sunday's loss to the 49ers: In this week’s Cover 3, our writers give their reaction and takeaways from Sunday’s 31-21 loss to the 49ers. JOHN SCHMEE...


    CLIMATE JUSTICE FOR THE CARIBBEAN!

    Panel discussion presented by the Caribbean Studies Program, the Department of Africana Studies with support from the Office of the Dean, School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Brooklyn College. What are the challenges facing the Caribbean? What are the strategies for reconstruction? What role can Brooklyn College and the community play in assisting these efforts? Panelists: Tammy Lewis, Dept. of Sociology (Brooklyn College); Natalie Meade, fact checker and contributor to The New Yorker; Michael Menser, Dept. of Philosophy (Brooklyn College); and Basav Sen, climate justice project director at the Institute for Policy Studies, Washington, DC. RSVP: daleb@brooklyn.cuny.edu

     


    MUST WASH HANDS by April Ranger (world premiere, thesis production)

    It’s closing time at a local bar. What happens when all the guests leave? For Ruta and Lucy, surrounded and emboldened by food and booze, a quiet and empty restaurant is the environment where love may finally be possible. An urgent intimacy ensues. But the actions of a close friend force each woman to consider the cost of loyalty and the stakes of trust. How does a community respond to the violence of one individual? In Must Wash Hands, we’re asked to consider which work is more difficult: the work of embracing or the work of letting go. Written by April Ranger. Directed by MFA-Directing candidate Anna Strasser.


    Beltran retires a champ after 20-year career

    Carlos Beltran's last official act as a Major League player was hoisting the World Series trophy for the first time in his career.


    Staten Island Tops 2017-18 CUNYAC Preseason Women's Basketball Poll

    FLUSHING, N.Y. (Nov. 13, 2017) - On Monday, College of Staten Island was tabbed as the preseason favorite in the 2017-18 CUNYAC Women's Basketball Preseason Poll, as voted upon by the league's head coaches.


    A look back at Asdrubal's unassisted triple play

    Only 15 players in MLB history have done it.


    Texts in Networks: Topics and Sentiments in SMS Messages of Middle-School Students

    Event Date: 11/17/2017 3:00:00 PM Texts in Networks: Topics and Sentiments in SMS Messages of Middle-School Students

    Anthony Paik , Professor of Sociology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst​

    With dramatic increases in the adoption of smartphones, messaging, and social-media use among middle-school students, cyberbullying is an emerging concern.  However, relatively little is known about the contents and the contexts of cyberbullying.  In this talk, Prof. Paik will discuss preliminary results examining communic

    Data were drawn from 58 “seed” Android smartphones, which resulted in the collection of approximately 68 thousand SMS messages during a five-month period. Prof. Paik will present results identifying clusters of topics and sentiments in this SMS network. He will also discuss lessons learned from conducting a computational study with a young population of smartphone users.


    Giants, Stop & Shop to host Food Drive Nov. 19

    Fans are ecouraged to bring canned foods to Giants vs. Chiefs Game on Sunday, November 19th:The New York Giants, in partnership with Stop & Shop, will host their twenty-first annual food drive at ...


    Consistentcy Eludes Offense as Anderson Scores Again

    Green & White Post Lowest Scoring Output of 2017, Second-Year WR Finds End Zone Four Straight Weeks


    Consistency Eludes Offense as Anderson Scores Again

    Green & White Post Lowest Scoring Output of 2017, Second-Year WR Finds End Zone Four Straight Weeks


    Consistentcy Eludes Offense as Anderson Scores Again

    Green & White Post Lowest Scoring Output of 2017, Second-Year WR Finds End Zone Four Straight Weeks


    Consistentcy Eludes Offense as Anderson Scores Again

    Green & White Post Lowest Scoring Output of 2017, Second-Year WR Finds End Zone Four Straight Weeks


    Consistency Eludes Offense as Anderson Scores Again

    Green & White Post Lowest Scoring Output of 2017, Second-Year WR Finds End Zone Four Straight Weeks


    Watch New York Giants vs. San Francisco 49ers Highlights

    Watch the top plays and best moments from Sunday's game against the 49ers: 


    Watch Giants Postgame Reactions

    The Giants meet the media following Sunday's game against the 49ers: 


    Watch Giants Postgame Reactions

    The Giants meet the media following Sunday's game against the 49ers: 


    Giants fall to 49ers, 31-21, as struggles continue

    The Giants lost to the 49ers, 31-21, Sunday afternoon in Week 10 action: SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Surrounded by a cluster of reporters, a look disgust on his face, Landon Collins stood at his locker ...


    Giants fall to 49ers, 31-21, as struggles continue

    The Giants lost to the 49ers, 31-21, Sunday afternoon in Week 10 action: SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Surrounded by a cluster of reporters, a look disgust on his face, Landon Collins stood at his locker ...


    Giants vs. 49ers: Postgame stats and notes

    Postgame stats and notes from the Giants' Week 10 matchup with the 49ers: SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Notes and statistics from the Giants’ 31-21 loss to the San Francisco 49ers:

    NEWS

    ...


    Giants vs. 49ers: Postgame stats and notes

    Postgame stats and notes from the Giants' Week 10 matchup with the 49ers: SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Notes and statistics from the Giants’ 31-21 loss to the San Francisco 49ers:

    NEWS

    ...


    Instant Analysis: 49ers 31, Giants 21

    Giants.com brings you an instant postgame recap of Sunday's game: AT A GLANCE The New York Giants gave up a season-high 474 yards in a 31-21 loss to the previously winless San Francisco 49ers, le...


    8 Takeaways: Jets Suffer 15-10 Loss in Tampa

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    Hunter Captures Fourth-Straight CUNYAC Women's Cross Country Championship

    BRONX, N.Y. (Nov. 12, 2017) - On Sunday, the Hunter College women's cross country team turned in a dominant performance, en route to winning its fourth-consecutive league title at the 2017 CUNYAC/Army ROTC Cross Country Championships at Van Cortlandt Park.


    Watch Giants vs. 49ers Highlights

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    8 Takeaways: Jets Suffer 15-10 Loss in Tampa

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    CCNY Runs to Second-Straight CUNYAC Men's Cross Country Championship

    BRONX, N.Y. (Nov. 12, 2017) - After winning its first conference title in over two decades last season, the City College of New York repeated as league champions Sunday at the 2017 CUNYAC/Army ROTC Men's Cross Country Championship at Van Cortlandt Park.


    Locker Room Sound Bites: Jets-Buccaneers

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    Instant Analysis: 49ers 31, Giants 21

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    Giants vs. 49ers Inactives

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    Jets Defenders Claiborne, Wilkerson Active

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    Follow LIVE Twitter Updates from Giants vs. 49ers

    Follow Live Twitter updates from today's Giants vs. 49ers Week 10 matchup: 


    Follow LIVE Twitter Updates from Giants vs. 49ers

    Follow Live Twitter updates from today's Giants vs. 49ers Week 10 matchup: 


    Giants vs. 49ers: 10 things to watch for

    Here are 10 storylines to follow as the Giants get set for the 49ers:      1. GO WEST Historically one of the great rivalries in the NFL, the 2017 meeting between the 1-7 New York Giants and 0-9 S...


    Jets Promote WR-KR Natson, Waive DL Stinson

    Rookie Receiver Joined the Green & White Sep. 4


    Jets Promote WR-KR Natson, Waive DL Stinson

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    Inside the Numbers: Bilal's 50-Yard Runs

    Another Franchise Rushing Mark's Within Powell's Reach; More McCown Accuracy, Rating Milestones


    Inside the Numbers: Bilal's 50-Yard Runs

    Another Franchise Rushing Mark's Within Powell's Reach; More McCown Accuracy, Rating Milestones


    Rookie DL’s are stepping up for Big Blue

    The rookie defensive linemen are making a name for themselves this season:   EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Dalvin Tomlinson and Avery Moss are two of the most pleasant individuals on the Giants’ roster....


    Rookie DL’s are stepping up for Big Blue

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    Wounded veteran finds strength through Giants Pride

    From 1982-92, Long Island native Jan Mead served in the Army as a Specialist E-4, first as a radio operator and later in army supply and as a weapons technician.
    Even though nine years had passe...


    Wounded veteran finds strength through Giants Pride

    From 1982-92, Long Island native Jan Mead served in the Army as a Specialist E-4, first as a radio operator and later in army supply and as a weapons technician.
    Even though nine years had passe...


    United Travel Log: Giants head to San Francisco

    For every road game this season, Giants.com will catch up with members of the team for a travel Q&A. This week, get to know defensive linemates Jay Bromley, Avery Moss, Romeo Okwara's travel hab...


    United Travel Log: Giants head to San Francisco

    For every road game this season, Giants.com will catch up with members of the team for a travel Q&A. This week, get to know defensive linemates Jay Bromley, Avery Moss, Romeo Okwara's travel hab...


    Chamber Music Live

    Young Concert Artists At Queens College
    TOMER GEWIRTZMAN, piano

    PROGRAM:
    Sonatine in F-Sharp Minor Maurice Ravel
    Modéré
    Mouvement de menuet
    Animé

    Select Fairy Tales Nikolay Medtner
    Op. 26, No. 2
    Op. 34, No. 2
    Op. 51, No. 2
    Op. 20 No. 2

    Sonata in C Minor, Op. 111 Ludwig Van Beethoven
    Maestoso
    Allegro con brio ed appassionato
    Arietta. Adagio molto semplice e cantabile

    INTERMISSION

    Sonata No. 3 in F-Sharp Minor (“Etats d’âme”), Op. 23 Alexander Scriabin
    Drammatico
    Allegretto
    Andante
    Presto con fuoco

    Mr. Gewirtzman appears through the generosity of Young Concert Artists, Inc

    Email address for information requests: jane.cho@qc.cuny.edu


    MFA Pop-Up Library

    Librarians and a representative from the Rockwitz Writing Center will be on-hand to share information about library and writing center resources and services. Light refreshments and free stuff will be available!


    ICYMI: Forté Ruled Out, Powell Returns Home

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    The Russian Revolution: American Perspectives: An Exhibit

    Students at the College of Staten Island have curated an exhibit on display at The New York Public Library, 476 Fifth Ave, from November 8-19, 2017. The course, History 701, taught by Associate Professor Susan Smith-Peter, is a master’s course introducing students to historical methods. Together, the class worked through the rich materials held at the New York Public Library to create an exhibit titled The Russian Revolution: American Perspectives.

    Susan Smith-Peter said that she wanted to tell the story of how Americans were eyewitnesses to the Russian Revolution. “The revolution really did change the world,” she said, “and Americans were crucial to telling the world what that change meant.” In particular, John Reed, a New Yorker, wrote Ten Days that Shook the World. The library holds his collection of posters and proclamations, including the announcement from Lenin that the Bolsheviks were now in control. This “birth certificate of the revolution” will be on display from John Reed’s own collection.

    The class worked collectively to decide which materials would be on display to tell this important story. They read memoirs and histories from Americans who witnessed the revolution. One of those Americans, Bessie Beatty, wrote an account of her time in revolutionary Russia, The Red Heart of Russia, and the library holds her photograph album of the revolution. While Reed was a supporter of the revolution, Beatty was more to the political center, hoping as she did that there could be a multi-party democracy in Russia. The class decided which objects to choose for the exhibit checklist and met with exhibitions staff at the library to discuss their vision of the exhibit. This hands-on experience in creating an exhibit is part of a larger effort at the College, with the creation of the Advanced Certificate in Public History, to train MA students to work in museums, historical societies, and parks to interpret history for the public.

    One student in the class, Peter Scasny, said that the exhibit was “an opportunity to expose the public to this fascinating period of history, which sheds light on the current political climate of Russia and America.”


    The Russian Revolution: American Perspectives: a one-day scholarly seminar

    “The Russian Revolution: American Perspectives”

    A one-day event at the Berger Forum, The New York Public Library, 476 Fifth Avenue, NY on Saturday November 18

    100-1:10: Introduction

    1:10-1:30: “How to Teach a Revolution: Americans in 1917, Historians Today,” Susan Smith-Peter, Associate Professor of History, College of Staten Island/CUNY

    1:30-2:00: “The Demise of a Historic Friendship and the Rise of an American Crusade for a Free Russia: American-Russian Relations, 1881-1917,” David Fogelsong, Professor of History, Rutgers University

    1:50-2:00: Questions

    2:00-2:15: Break

    2:15 – 2:40: “Russia’s Revolution: Varying American Eyewitness Perspectives,” Ben Whisenhunt, Professor of History, College of DuPage 

    2:40-3:05: “The Russian Journey of an American Newspaperwoman: A Revolution in the Making in Bessie Beatty’s Bulletin Dispatches,” Dr. Lyubov Ginzburg, Independent Scholar

    3:05-3:30: “’The Bolshevik of Wall Street’: William Boyce Thompson and the American Red Cross Mission to Russia, 1917-1918,” Peter Scasny, Graduate Student, College of Staten Island/CUNY

    3:30-4:00: Questions, Closing

     

     

     


    Let’s Talk about Sex

    Please join us for a College of Staten Island “Real Sex Talk” workshop by Planned Parenthood.

    This event is co-sponsored by the Women’s Center, the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program; the Sociology and Anthropology Department; Health and Wellness Services; and the Office of Student Life LGBTQ Resource Center.


    International Sports Day

    Play, learn, and win prizes. Play basketball, badminton, volleyball, soccer, table-tennis and foosball. This is a PG and CC CLUE event sponsored by the Office of CSI Intramurals and the Center for Global Engagement in celebration of the International Education Week 2017.


    Information Session: Gilman International Scholarship

    We are holding an information session to discuss the application process for the Gilman and answer your questions. Michele Callahan in the Division of Institutional Advancement and External Affairs will be available to provide help on how to make your Gilman scholarship application the best it can be, and recent Gilman recipient and current CSI student Sosima Navarette will speak about her experience in Brussels and how Gilman helped her to get there.

    This event is sponsored by the Center for Global Engagement and is approved a CC CLUE credit.

    If you wish to present, please contact Winnie Brophy at 718.982.2100 or winnie.brophy@csi.cuny.edu.


    Newly signed Kelvin Sheppard may play key role Sunday

    Kelvin Sheppard is likely to be a starting linebacker on Sunday in San Francisco     EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Five days ago, Kelvin Sheppard was just another NFL fan sitting in front of a televisio...


    Newly signed Kelvin Sheppard may play key role Sunday

    Kelvin Sheppard is likely to be a starting linebacker on Sunday in San Francisco     EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Five days ago, Kelvin Sheppard was just another NFL fan sitting in front of a televisio...


    Giants vs. 49ers: 10 things to watch for

    Here are 10 storylines to follow as the Giants get set for the 49ers:      1. GO WEST Historically one of the great rivalries in the NFL, the 2017 meeting between the 1-7 New York Giants and 0-9 S...


    Guy Code

    Students will discuss related topic to Guy code for that session.


    Health Professions Graduate Schools Fair

    Over 30 representatives from a diverse group of health careers admissions offices will speak directly with students about applying to their graduate programs. Representatives of schools include: the Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai, SUNY Downstate Medical School, Hofstra/Northwell SOM, NYU School of Dentistry, University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, St. Joseph’s School of Pharmacy, among many others.


    Fact or Fiction: Eli's most impressive achievement?

    The Giants.com staff debates Big Blue topics heading into Sunday's game against the 49ers: The consecutive start streak is Eli Manning’s most impressive statistical achievement.

    ...


    Fact or Fiction: Eli's most impressive achievement?

    The Giants.com staff debates Big Blue topics heading into Sunday's game against the 49ers: The consecutive start streak is Eli Manning’s most impressive statistical achievement.

    ...


    Make Your Case: Mike Pennel Answers Fan Questions

    Jets DL Sits Down with Team Contributor Ethan Greenberg to Answer Questions


    Make Your Case: Mike Pennel Answers Fan Questions

    Jets DL Sits Down with Team Contributor Ethan Greenberg to Answer Questions


    Guillorme among prospects thriving in AFL

    It was only a year ago that daily Tim Tebow updates brought the Arizona Fall League to life for Mets fans. Tebow may not be hanging around the Phoenix area this autumn, but don't let that detract from an even more encouraging development for an oft-criticized farm system: the Mets are crushing the AFL.


    7 Points: Jets Seek .500 Again vs. Bucs

    Tampa Bay, One of the Green & White's Favorite Foes, Are 'Frustrated, Disappointed,' & Dangerous


    7 Points: Jets Seek .500 Again vs. Bucs

    Tampa Bay, One of the Green & White's Favorite Foes, Are 'Frustrated, Disappointed,' & Dangerous


    Jannis' knuckleball tale is one of inspiration

    "If we're going to do it, we're going to go all the way with it."


    The McAdoo Report: Focus on fundamentals

    The McAdoo Report, an exclusive weekly interview with Giants head coach Ben McAdoo: Q: On your conference call on Monday, you were asked a question about fundamentals, which I think we all took to...


    Quotes (10/10)

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    Lehman Woodwind Quintet: An Autumn Perspective

    The Lehman Woodwind Quintet will give its fall concert on Sunday, November 12, 2017 at 2 p.m. in the Music Building’s Recital Hall. Entitled “An Autumn Perspective,” the program offers a broad range of the music and colors of the woodwind quintet. Mozart’s charming Serenade for Winds is contrasted by the dramatic dances of Poulenc’s Suite Francaise. The seasonally appropriate Pastoral by Persichetti sets an autumnal mood, and the fabulous tone poem from the third act of Puccini’s opera Tosca, arranged for wind quintet by Frank Morelli, captures the mood and spirit of this great operatic work.

    The quintet is led by oboist and Lehman Associate Professor Alan Hollander. There is no fee for admission, but all donations are welcomed.


    Lehman Woodwind Quintet: An Autumn Perspective

    The Lehman Woodwind Quintet will give its fall concert on Sunday, November 12, 2017 at 2 p.m. in the Music Building’s Recital Hall. Entitled “An Autumn Perspective,” the program offers a broad range of the music and colors of the woodwind quintet. Mozart’s charming Serenade for Winds is contrasted by the dramatic dances of Poulenc’s Suite Francaise. The seasonally appropriate Pastoral by Persichetti sets an autumnal mood, and the fabulous tone poem from the third act of Puccini’s opera Tosca, arranged for wind quintet by Frank Morelli, captures the mood and spirit of this great operatic work.

    The quintet is led by oboist and Lehman Associate Professor Alan Hollander. There is no fee for admission, but all donations are welcomed.


    Inbox: Would Mets make splash trade for 2B?

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    Inside the Mind of OC John Morton

    O-Coordinator Discusses How He Calls Plays, STC Boyer Talks Possible Returners vs. TB


    Inside the Mind of OC John Morton

    O-Coordinator Discusses How He Calls Plays, STC Boyer Talks Possible Returners vs. TB


    More Chances Ahead for Chad Hansen?

    With Kerley Suspension, Time May Be Right for Jets Rookie WR from Cal to 'Show What I Can Do'


    More Chances Ahead for Chad Hansen?

    With Kerley Suspension, Time May Be Right for Jets Rookie WR from Cal to 'Show What I Can Do'


    McCown vs. Fitzpatrick by the Numbers

    Sunday's QB Starters for the Jets and the Buccaneers Have Both Been Around the NFL Block


    McCown vs. Fitzpatrick by the Numbers

    Sunday's QB Starters for the Jets and the Buccaneers Have Both Been Around the NFL Block


    5 things we learned at practice (11/9)

    Giants.com's Dan Salomone highlights five takeaways from Wednesday’s team practice and media hour:   1. McADOO ADDRESSES REPORT Following Thursday’s practice at the Quest Diagnostics Training Cen...


    Environmental Sciences Initiative Seminar: John Winings Haiti Reforestation Partnership and CODEP Program Chapel Hill, NC

    • Data Collection, quality control, and analysis under unique conditions: Monitoring a re-forestation project in the mountains of Leogane, Haiti
    • Development projects require not only hands on the ground and monetary resources for support, but also an accompanying monitoring and data collection effort that documents progress, success, and, of course, failures. While large aid agencies such as USAID and UNDP require these efforts in order to measure success/failure and assess project progress, monitoring project process should be an important component of any developmental project.
    • This talk highlights results from a re-forestation project in the mountains above the coastal plain of Leogane, Haiti, located approximately 30 km west of the capital of Portau-Prince. A particular focus will be on the types of data collection needed to support monitoring efforts, including hydroclimatological, landscape, economic, and census data. These data are important for understanding, for example, not only the effectiveness of reforestation on the water budget and soil retention, but also how the economic situation is improving.
    • Also outlined will be the challenges faced in collecting these types of data streams, such as point oriented time series data (hydroclimate), spatially distributed data (land cover and land use), and census data (which is often just a count or a categorical type). In all cases, good and quality controlled data are key an adequate monitoring effort.

    Jets, Stomp Out Bullying & Municipal Credit Union Name Messiah P. Upstander of the Week

    Messiah P. of Science Park High School Named Jets Upstander of the Week


    Jets, Stomp Out Bullying & Municipal Credit Union Name Messiah P. Upstander of the Week

    Messiah P. of Science Park High School Named Jets Upstander of the Week


    3 Keys to a Giants victory against the 49ers

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    Giants team with Puppies Behind Bars to support vets

    GIANTS TEAM WITH PUPPIES BEHIND BARS TO SUPPORT VETS
    BY MATT COHEN

    Dogs are man’s best friend for a reason, and one special organization is using puppies to transform wounded military veteran...


    Brazilian Music Foundation’s Third International Choro Festival

    THE BRAZILIAN MUSIC FOUNDATION’S OPENING CONCERT OF THEIR THIRD INTERNATIONAL CHORO FESTIVAL  
    November 10, 2017 8 PM

    Classical meets Popular: The Sounds of Choro in the City of Jazz, Featuring BMF String Orchestra, Sexteto Gaucho & Special Guests

    Buy Tickets


    Tickets: $25 – $45, all proceeds will go to BMF-USA.ORG. To purchase tickets, click here.


    Quotes (11/9)

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    Where to Watch, Listen & Follow: Jets-Buccaneers

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    Where to Watch, Listen & Follow: Jets-Buccaneers

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    Avery Moss answers questions in Twitter Q&A

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    Single-game tickets to go on sale Friday

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    ASJ’s Return to Tampa Bay a Win In Itself

    Fourth-Year TE Focused on Task at Hand as He Returns to Play Team that Drafted Him


    ASJ’s Return to Tampa Bay a Win In Itself

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    Jets' 'Terrific Twos' Keep Growing in Stature

    Jordan Jenkins' POW Award Just the Latest Sign the 2016 Rookies Are Making Their Presence Felt


    Jets' 'Terrific Twos' Keep Growing in Stature

    Jordan Jenkins' POW Award Just the Latest Sign the 2016 Rookies Are Making Their Presence Felt


    GM Mike Maccagnan: ‘We’re Still Only 4-5’

    Jets-Bucs Storylines Include a Progress Report from the Green & White’s GM


    GM Mike Maccagnan: ‘We’re Still Only 4-5’

    Jets-Bucs Storylines Include a Progress Report from the Green & White’s GM


    5 things we learned at Giants practice (11/8)

    Giants.com's Dan Salomone highlights five takeaways from Wednesday’s team practice and media hour: 1. KEEP IT SIMPLE

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    Biology Colloquium

    Tissue-specific DNA demethylation is required for proper differentiation and function. Shari Orlanski (Hebrew University Medical School)

    Tea anc cookies provided
    Email address for information requests: jose.anadon@qc.cuny.edu


    Queens College Orchestra

    Weber Der Freischütz Overture
    Shostakovich Piano concerto no.2
    Scott Gentile, soloist
    Beethoven Symphony #7

    Email address for information requests: Jane.cho@qc.cuny.edu


    Queens College Orchestra

    Tong Chen, Conductor
    Weber Der Freischütz Overture
    Shostakovich Piano concerto no.2
    Scott Gentile, soloist
    Beethoven Symphony #7

    Email address for information requests: Jane.cho@qc.cuny.edu


    Giants believe they can turn things around beginning Sunday in San Fran

    Ben McAdoo, as well as the entire Giants roster beleive they can get the season turned around:   EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Ben McAdoo is confident the second half of the Giants’ season will be far ...


    QC Physics Department Colloquium Fall 2017

    Michael Mirkin – Queens College
    Electrochemical tools for probing structures and processes on the nanoscale

    Coffee at noon


    Eli Manning approaches another career milestone

    Eli Manning's next start will mark yet another milestone in his career: EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. –Eli Manning’s remarkable starting streak will reach a new plateau Sunday in San Francisco.

    ...


    Engram, Tomlinson named to MMQB's midseason All-Rookie Team

    Evan Engram and Dalvin Tomlinson both have been having a breakout rookie season, and has been named to the midseason All-Rookie Team In a year where 14 tight ends were selected in April’s 2017 NF...


    CUNYAC/HSS Scholar-Athlete of the Month: Daisy Gomez, Lehman

    FLUSHING, N.Y. - On Wednesday, Lehman College women's soccer junior midfielder/forward Daisy Gomez was named the CUNYAC/Hospital for Special Surgery Scholar-Athlete of the Month for October 2017.


    Jets Reward STH with 'Super' Prizes

    Green & White Deliver Title Game Tickets, JetBlue Vouchers and Memorabilia to Longtime Season Ticket Holders


    Jets Reward STH with 'Super' Prizes

    Green & White Deliver Title Game Tickets, JetBlue Vouchers and Memorabilia to Longtime Season Ticket Holders


    Giants vs. 49ers Storylines: What to watch for

    Here are five storylines to follow as the Giants get set for Week 10:  1. HALFWAY THROUGH

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    Eli Manning passes 50,000 yards

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    Giants reinstate Janoris Jenkins

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    Evan En...


    Jordan Jenkins Named AFC Defensive Player of the Week

    Sophomore Outside ‘Backer Recorded Two Sacks on Thursday Night Football vs. BUF


    Jordan Jenkins Named AFC Defensive Player of the Week

    Sophomore Outside ‘Backer Recorded Two Sacks on Thursday Night Football vs. BUF


    Giants, Stop & Shop to host Food Drive Nov. 19

    Fans are ecouraged to bring canned foods to Giants vs. Chiefs Game on Sunday, November 19th:The New York Giants, in partnership with Stop & Shop, will host their twenty-first annual food drive at ...