Archives - Sean Corcoran

Recent grad highlights potential for start-ups in school

With the start of the new school year comes a new opportunity for students to earn a little money, fundraise…

Newton navigates treacherous playing conditions

The issues of race, attitude, and bias have all come into question with the NFL here.

Club boxing lands a hit

This week, the Campus Times sat down with members of the UR Boxing Club—a new club that's taken off quickly since its inception in 2012.

Coach Scheible: To contend, URWB must improve on defense

After an impressive 23–6 record last season and a trip to the Elite Eight, expectations are high for the 2016–2017 UR Women’s Basketball (URWB).

At UR, Ikeda matches studies with soccer

Sophomore Bryce Ikeda scored the winning penalty goal against RIT in the annual Hillside Shield game on September 17th and, on Tuesday, scored another game-winner at Alfred University.

The most volatile relationship in sports

By now, it's no secret that there is palpable animosity between the NFL’s players and its commissioner, Roger Goodell.

A comprehensive ranking of the world’s greatest soups

With autumn quickly approaching, it is only appropriate to shift our focus onto soup.

Spieth slips at Augusta

Last weekend, the golf world turned its eyes to the 2016 Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia. One of the PGA's first of four major tournaments, a win at the Masters is known as the biggest and most coveted prize professional golf has to offer.

Open borders bring baseball to Cuba

Last Tuesday, Major League Baseball (MLB) returned to Cuba for the first time since 1999.

I have a problem

I'm a firm believer that life boils down to a few simple things. Character, charisma, intelligence, and personality all come to mind.