Ted Cruz Announces 2016 Presidential Bid

Ted Cruz Announces 2016 Presidential Bid

Republican Senator Ted Cruz, of Texas, announced this week that he will be running for president in 2016, making him the first major candidate to do so.  

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Germanwings Plane Crash Is Being Called Deliberate

Germanwings Plane Crash Is Being Called Deliberate

The Germanwings plane that crashed earlier in the week was allegedly flown into the French Alps on purpose, killing all 150 people on board.  

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Jacobs Changes Residence Life at SFC

Jacobs Changes Residence Life at SFC

Finishing his first year strong, Residence Director Josh Jacobs has made conspicuous changes in resident students' living environment. His main priority is securing the welfare of all students.  

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Powdered Alcohol Gets Approved By the Government

Powdered Alcohol Gets Approved By the Government

Last week saw the government legalize a powdered alcohol product which, according to the Scientific American, "yields a drink with the same alcohol content as a standard mixed drink."  

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Brooklyn Remembers Notorious B.I.G. With Mural

Brooklyn Remembers Notorious B.I.G. With Mural

Eighteen years after Bigge Small's unsolved death, Brooklyn is still paying tribute to the late rapper by painting a mural of him in Clinton Hill.  

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Lil Twist Gets Charged For November Break In

Lil Twist Gets Charged For November Break In

Young Money rapper Lil Twist is facing felony charges four months after an alleged home break in. The 22-year-old, who is Justin Bieber's best friend, has six different charges against…

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Terriers fall to top-seeded UCONN in the first round of the NCAA Tournament

Terriers fall to top-seeded UCONN in the first round of the NCAA Tournament

The Terriers season has come to an end as they fell to the national powerhouse, UConn Huskies in the first round of the NCAA tournament. The Terriers fought hard to…

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He For She Comes To SFC

He For She Comes To SFC

To celebrate women's history month, St. Francis College has launched its own HeForShe campaign, which fights for gender equality and raises awareness for the many injustices towards women in the…

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MTA Hike Takes a Toll on Students

MTA Hike Takes a Toll on Students

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) will raise subway, bus, and rail fares as well as tolls on bridges and tunnels on Sunday, the first part of a plan to increase…

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Artist Creates Litter Map of Brooklyn

Artist Creates Litter Map of Brooklyn

Artist Jennifer Maravillas spent three years picking up trash around Brooklyn to create her most recent piece, a giant map of Brooklyn titled 71 Square Miles.  

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Richmond ends the Terriers' season in round one of the N.I.T.

Richmond ends the Terriers' season in round one of the N.I.T.

The St. Francis Terriers fell just short in their upset bid against the top-seeded Richmond Spiders in the opening round of the N.I.T. The final score was 84-74, and in…

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Dollar Asks For $65 million

Dollar Asks For $65 million

Georgia televangelist Creflo Dollar has asked his congregation to help fund what he calls "Project G650," which would pay for a new Gulfstream G650 jet.   

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Delaney Works on Assisting the Terriers

Delaney Works on Assisting the Terriers

Freshman forward Alex Delaney is proud of her first season with the St. Francis Brooklyn women's basketball team, but already has plans to help the team improve for next year.…

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It's Tournament time - St. Francis Brooklyn will take on number one ranked UCONN

It's Tournament time - St. Francis Brooklyn will take on number one ranked UCONN

For the first time in St. Francis women's basketball history, the small college of big dreams are going dancing in the NCAA Tournament.  

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The Troupers' Plaza Suite: Another Silly Romance

The Troupers' Plaza Suite: Another Silly Romance

SFC's Troupers performed their latest romantic romp, Neil Simon's Plaza Suite, on March 13 and 14.  

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The St. Francis Terriers will take on the Richmond Spiders in the first round of the N.I.T.

The St. Francis Terriers will take on the Richmond Spiders in the first round of the N.I.T.

For the first time in 52 years, the St. Francis Terriers are back in the post-season and will take on Richmond Spiders in the opening round of the 2015 National…

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They came, they saw, they conquered and now they're going dancing!

They came, they saw, they conquered and now they're going dancing!

The waiting is over! The St. Francis Brooklyn women's basketball team has defeated Robert Morris University (77-62) to win the Northeast Conference Championship for the first time in school history.…

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6 Suspects in Police Custody for Brooklyn McDonald's Brawl

6 Suspects in Police Custody for Brooklyn McDonald's Brawl

Six teenage girls are in police custody for the beating of a 15-year-old girl in a Brooklyn McDonald's and one suspect is still on the loose, police said.  

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More Mayhem in Ferguson

More Mayhem in Ferguson

Ferguson, Missouri­­ -- Two police officers remain in critical condition after an unknown shooter opened fire during protests early Thursday morning.  

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One Teen Arrested For McDonald's Beating

One Teen Arrested For McDonald's Beating

Aniah Ferguson, 16, was arrested and charged on Thursday for the alleged beating of a 15-year-old girl at a McDonald's on Flatbush Avenue on Monday.  

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SFC Literary Prize Winner Returns

SFC Literary Prize Winner Returns

Author David Vann, winner of the 2014 St. Francis College Literary Prize, read aloud from his newly released novel Aquarium in the Maroney Theatre on Wednesday, March 11.  

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The Gillespies Compete For Speed

The Gillespies Compete For Speed

Sophomores Lamar and Luther Gillespie, the identical twins who work in the library at St. Francis College, are also two of the fastest runners on the track and field and…

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How Sweet It Is -- St. Francis Brooklyn headed to Women’s NEC Title Game

How Sweet It Is -- St. Francis Brooklyn headed to Women’s NEC Title Game

The St. Francis Brooklyn women's basketball team has defeated the number one seeded Central Connecticut State Blue Devils (71-63) in a double-overtime thriller to advance to the NEC Championship game.…

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NYC Streets Get a Makeover

NYC Streets Get a Makeover

The New York City Council announced a $250 million plan last week for improvements to Fourth Avenue and Atlantic Ave in Brooklyn, the Grand Concourse in the Bronx, and Queens…

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Man Shot and Killed at Borough Hall Station

Man Shot and Killed at Borough Hall Station

A 69-year-old retired corrections officer allegedly shot a 32-year-old man dead at Borough Hall Station after an argument on a Brooklyn-bound No. 4 train on Tuesday night.  

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Troupers Prepare for a Stay at the Plaza Suite

Troupers Prepare for a Stay at the Plaza Suite

The Troupers are preparing for their next production, Neil Simon's Plaza Suite, which will be performed on March 13 and 14.  

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Jacobs Changes Residence Life at SFC

Written by Julia Carvana on . Posted in Features

Finishing his first year strong, Residence Director Josh Jacobs has made conspicuous changes in resident students' living environment. His main priority is securing the welfare of all students.

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