Cannon and Hooper star as Terriers shutdown Florida Atlantic

Cannon and Hooper star as Terriers shutdown Florida Atlantic

In what was a tightly contested low-scoring showdown, the Terriers were able to come away with a much-needed win against the Florida Atlantic Owls by the final score of 61-56.…

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Terriers come up short against Georgia Tech in compelling showdown

Terriers come up short against Georgia Tech in compelling showdown

It was a game of runs between the Terriers and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. However, the Terriers ultimately did not have another one in them to close out the…

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The Catamounts rain on Benedetti's parade in victory over SFC

The Catamounts rain on Benedetti's parade in victory over SFC

In what was largely a tightly contested game throughout, the Vermont Catamounts were able to hang on and defeat the St. Francis Terriers by the final score of 63-61.  

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Hornets’ May makes Terriers Pay

Hornets’ May makes Terriers Pay

The St. Francis Brooklyn men's basketball team falls 72-64 at home to the Delaware State Hornets. The Terriers were torched by Hornets' senior guard Amere May who scored a career-high…

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De Blasio and Mark-Viverito Not Wanted at Officers' Funerals

De Blasio and Mark-Viverito Not Wanted at Officers' Funerals

The Patrolmen's Benevolent Association (PBA) is asking its NYPD officers to forbid Mayor Bill de Blasio and City Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito from attending their funerals if they lose their lives…

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Brent Jones Pours in 25 Points as Terriers Splash Dolphins in Big Victory

Brent Jones Pours in 25 Points as Terriers Splash Dolphins in Big Victory

It was a game of season highs as the St. Francis Terriers get back on the winning track after a huge second half performance which propelled them to a 90-72…

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Audit Reveals Problems With NYC Bike Share Program

Audit Reveals Problems With NYC Bike Share Program

A report from city Comptroller Scott Stringer found that NYC Bike Share, the company that operates Citi Bike, failed to sufficiently inspect the program's 6,000 bikes and 330 docking stations…

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City Council Calls For Police Brutality Investigation

City Council Calls For Police Brutality Investigation

The city council will direct NYPD Inspector General Phillip Eure to investigate how the NYPD tracks, monitors, and addresses abusive conduct by police and establish local locations for complaints against…

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French Toast Crunch Returns To Shelves

French Toast Crunch Returns To Shelves

General Mills announced the return of the popular '90's cereal French Toast Crunch by popular demand on Monday, December 8, after an eight year hiatus.  

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Terriers fall short on the road against NJIT

Terriers fall short on the road against NJIT

The St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers men's basketball team gave a valiant effort tonight but fell a bit short on the road against NJIT 68-66. This game was a back and…

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Terriers suffer a devastating loss against Army

Terriers suffer a devastating loss against Army

The St. Francis Terriers fell to the Army Black Knights tonight by a score of 61-55 in West Point, New York.  

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The Terriers put out the Flames

The Terriers put out the Flames

The St. Francis Terriers men's basketball team won their second straight game this afternoon when they defeated Liberty University by a score of 65-54 in Lynchburg, Virginia.  

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Leopards pounce on Terriers in 73-51 blowout

Leopards pounce on Terriers in 73-51 blowout

The Terriers could never seem to find any sustainable rhythm in tonight's game and were shut down by the Lafayette Leopards in tonight's action by the score of 73-51.  

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Forsberg Finishes the Semster on a Good Note

Forsberg Finishes the Semster on a Good Note

Fine Arts Department Chairperson Dr. Suzanne Forsberg had another successful semester with her 14-year-old concert series.  

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SFC Brothers Kick Off the Christmas Season

SFC Brothers Kick Off the Christmas Season

Brother Geoffrey Clement began the Christmas season with a blessing and lecture on the Christmas Crèche on Thursday, December 4.  

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Two Brooklyn Prosecutors To Work On Eric Garner Federal Investigation

Two Brooklyn Prosecutors To Work On Eric Garner Federal Investigation

Two Brooklyn prosecutors, Attorney General Nominee Loretta E. Lynch and Assistant U.S. Attorney Taryn Merkl will be closely involved in the U.S. Department of Justice investigation of the death of…

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First Puerto-Rican-born Congressman Dies

First Puerto-Rican-born Congressman Dies

Herman Badillo, the first Puerto-Rican-born congressman in America and former deputy mayor of New York City, passed away on Wednesday, December 3 at age of 85.  

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Delaney Drops the Dagger

Delaney Drops the Dagger

The St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers defeated the Stony Brook University Seawolves 57-55 in dramatic fashion. Freshman forward Alex Delaney was the hero this evening knocking down the game winning three-point…

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Pantaleo is Not Indicted In Garner Chokehold Case

Pantaleo is Not Indicted In Garner Chokehold Case

A Staten Island grand jury decided not to indict white NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo on Wednesday, December 3, for the alleged chokehold death of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man.…

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DCTV Brings Docu-Blitz to SFC

DCTV Brings Docu-Blitz to SFC

Downtown Community Television (DCTV) alumni and staff visited St. Francis College on Tuesday, December 2 to discuss documentary filmmaking.   

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A Classic Remake

A Classic Remake

In two weeks, a new remake of the classic 1982 musical Annie will be on the big screen.  

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End of a Rein: de Blasio to Officially Ban Horse Drawn Carriages Next Week

End of a Rein: de Blasio to Officially Ban Horse Drawn Carriages Next Week

Animal welfare activists everywhere are celebrating the news that Mayor Bill de Blasio is introducing a legislation to City Council next week to ban horse drawn carriages from Central Park.…

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Season 2 of The Phil Taitt Show has begun

Season 2 of The Phil Taitt Show has begun

The long awaited second season of The Phil Taitt Show is here.  

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The Holidays Begin in Downtown Brooklyn with Tree-Lighting Ceremony

The Holidays Begin in Downtown Brooklyn with Tree-Lighting Ceremony

Thanksgiving came and went and for those who are still not suffering from L-tryptophan made it out to the 25th annual Christmas tree-lighting at MetroTech Commons last night hosted by…

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Awkward Silence in St. Elizabeth’s Catholic Church

Awkward Silence in St. Elizabeth’s Catholic Church

Church of St. Elizabeth of Hungary, which began services in 1980, is the only church on the Upper East Side of New York City that serves the deaf community.  

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Author Austen Ivereigh talks about his biography on Pope Francis at SFC

Author Austen Ivereigh talks about his biography on Pope Francis at SFC

Author Austen Ivereigh discussed his biography on Pope Francis, The Great Reformer: Francis and the Making of a Radical Pope, focusing on the pope's effort to reform the Catholic Church,…

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