Terriers Drop VA Doubleheader

Terriers Drop VA Doubleheader

The St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers women’s volleyball team was defeated in both matches of Saturday’s doubleheader in Radford, Virginia.

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Spartans Shut Out in Terriers' First Season Victory

Spartans Shut Out in Terriers' First Season Victory

The St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers women’s volleyball team shut out the Norfolk State University Spartans in Radford, Virginia Friday night, redeeming themselves in the second part of their season-opening double…

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Terriers Sophomore Makes Game-Winning Goal in Double Overtime

Terriers Sophomore Makes Game-Winning Goal in Double Overtime

The St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers men’s soccer team defeated the Lafayette College Leopards 1-0 during double overtime in their season opener Friday night.

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Terriers Volleyball Drops Season Opener

Terriers Volleyball Drops Season Opener

The St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers women’s volleyball team was defeated by the Siena College Saints in Blacksburg, Virginia 3-2 today, in their five-set season opener in which they fell behind…

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Terriers Aim For NEC Championship This Season

Terriers Aim For NEC Championship This Season

The St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers men’s soccer team is on the road to Pennsylvania to face the Lafayette College Leopards tonight in their season opener.

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Terriers to Kick Off Season With VA Doubleheader

Terriers to Kick Off Season With VA Doubleheader

The St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers women’s volleyball team will travel to Virginia Friday to face the Sienna College Saints and the Norfolk State University Spartans in their first two matches…

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Marsha "The Shill" Hill Receiving Donations Through Arpaio Support: Source

Marsha "The Shill" Hill Receiving Donations Through Arpaio Support: Source

Marsha Hill has worked with Maricopa County, Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio to receive fraudulent donations while running against him in the Republican primary, according to an anonymous source.

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SFC Student Among Victims Killed in Orlando Shooting

SFC Student Among Victims Killed in Orlando Shooting

St. Francis College student Enrique Rios was among those killed in Sunday’s attack on a Florida nightclub that left 49 dead.

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Business and Career Library Makes a Move

Business and Career Library Makes a Move

The Brooklyn Business and Career Library leaves its Brooklyn Heights location today, moving to the Brooklyn Central Library where its permanent space is set to open in 2017.

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Tyreek Jewell '16 Takes on the Pros

Tyreek Jewell '16 Takes on the Pros

Former St. Francis Brooklyn guard Tyreek Jewell has signed with a professional basketball agency just a few weeks after graduating.

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Tips for Succeeding on Final Exams

Tips for Succeeding on Final Exams

As final exams begin at St. Francis College, a lot of us have to study and finish up work -- papers, exams, extra credit, you name it.

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Support the Troups: SFC Theatre Group Strives For Even More

Support the Troups: SFC Theatre Group Strives For Even More

Many students watched the Troupers perform this year, but few know what actually goes on behind the scenes.

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McCray Aims to Battle Mental Illness in NYC

McCray Aims to Battle Mental Illness in NYC

New York City First Lady Chirlane McCray has launched ThriveNYC to raise awareness for mental illness.

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Brooklyn's First Skyscraper Approved By Landmarks Commission

Brooklyn's First Skyscraper Approved By Landmarks Commission

Downtown Brooklyn’s proposed 1,066-foot skyscraper just got one step closer to becoming a reallity.

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Great Wall of Brooklyn Now Open

Great Wall of Brooklyn Now Open

The largest outdoor bouldering facility on the continent has opened up at Brooklyn Bridge Park.

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Landy Lands in the Right Place For Financial Career

Landy Lands in the Right Place For Financial Career

Senior business management major Landy Guevara has it all, but getting to where he is now was quite the struggle.

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Black Lives Matter: Past, Present, and Future

Black Lives Matter: Past, Present, and Future

St. Francis College’s Senior Citizen Lecture Series welcomed Yohuru Williams, Dean and Professor at Fairfield University, to talk about the historical precursors to the modern day Black Lives Matter movement.

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Brooklyn Voters Protest Over   NY Primary Election Issues

Brooklyn Voters Protest Over NY Primary Election Issues

Outraged by Tuesday’s primary voting issue, a group of protesters stood outside the Brooklyn Board of Elections in Brooklyn Heights Wednesday night condemning the incident.

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New York Primary Shapes Democratic Landscape

New York Primary Shapes Democratic Landscape

The New York State Democratic Primary Tuesday, won by Hillary Clinton, sets the stage for remaining primary contests.

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Verizon Protests Near SFC

Verizon Protests Near SFC

Verizon employees remain on strike – fighting for a contract renewal with the CWA union – steps from campus.

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Quartet Concludes Concert Series

Quartet Concludes Concert Series

The Half-Past Twelve Concert Series concluded today with a performance by the Arianna String Quartet dedicated to retiring professor Dr. Sophie Berman. 

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SFC Hosts 132nd Annual Charter Day

SFC Hosts 132nd Annual Charter Day

St. Francis College hosted the 132nd annual Charter Day on Friday. 

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LGBTQ Club Has Successful First Year

LGBTQ Club Has Successful First Year

St Francis College's LGBTQ club -- which formed at the beginning of the academic year -- is thriving, having hosted many meaningful events with many more to come.

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Student Getaways

There are many affordable options available for students looking to travel this summer.

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The Worst Train in New York City?

The Worst Train in New York City?

The 5 train is the most delayed train in New York City, according to an audit by State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli.

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It's For Everyone: SFC Gets Gender Neutral Restrooms

It's For Everyone: SFC Gets Gender Neutral Restrooms

Restrooms on the fourth and seventh floor have been declared gender-neutral. 

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Terriers Volleyball Drops Season Opener

Written by Nicolas Fernandes on . Posted in Sport

The St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers women’s volleyball team was defeated by the Siena College Saints in Blacksburg, Virginia 3-2 today, in their five-set season opener in which they fell behind after winning two consecutive sets.

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