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Cosmos fall to Deltas in NASL championship game
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Cosmos fall to Deltas in NASL championship game

On Nov. 12, the San Francisco Deltas denied the New York Cosmos their third consecutive North American Soccer League Championship trophy to become the first NASL club to win the league in its inaugural season. The final was played in front of a crowd of 9,691 at a sold-out Kezar Stadium in San Francisco, once…

Baruch College Democrats debates Right Wings on NYC issues
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Baruch College Democrats debates Right Wings on NYC issues

On Oct. 26, the Baruch College Democrats and the Baruch College Republicans, held their second annual debate in Room 2-125 of the Newman Vertical Campus. The debate was centered around issues relating to New York City, and the debaters from the College Democrats and the College Republicans, also known as The Right Wings, represented their…

John Jay professor suspended for inflammatory police comments
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John Jay professor suspended for inflammatory police comments

Michael Isaacson, a lecturer at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, was suspended from their position following media attention over a tweet Isaacson wrote claiming it was “a privilege to teach future dead cops.” New York City’s largest police union, the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association, has called for Isaacson’s permanent firing. A self-identified anarcho-communist, Isaacson…

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Neymar trade to Paris Saint-Germain may benefit Arena’s squad

The summer 2017 transfer window brought many changes to the soccer landscape, though there may be none quite as impactful as that of Neymar da Silva Santos Jr. Commonly referred to as Neymar, the Brazilian forward announced his plans to leave F.C. Barcelona shortly before his move to Paris Saint-Germain F.C. The transfer fee of…