World Cup Fever

States and Germany World Cup match last week, Head Coach Jurgen Klinsmann wrote up a mock excuse note for employees to give to their managers to take the day off. The majority of us nine-to-fivers laughed it off and wished our boss would accept an excuse like that. But, a couple of offices jumped on […]

Winter Olympics Enter Week Two

BY LUIS GRONDA Staff Writer Another week at the Sochi Winter Olympics brought more medals for the United States, but they are in a close race to win the overall medal count. As of press time, the USA has 21 medals overall, including seven gold. The latest of those came on Wednesday morning, when Ted […]

Winter Olympics See Eventful First Week

BY LUIS GRONDA Staff Writer The Winter Olympics haThe Winter Olympics have been ongoing since last weekend and already there has been a ton of action. As of press time, Norway leads the overall medal count for the games with 11, including four gold medals. The Norwegians dominated the Cross-Country event, winning six of their […]

2014 Winter Games Set To Start In Sochi

BY LUIS GRONDA Staff Writer This week marks the beginning of the 2014 Winter Olympics, a sporting event that showcases world-class athletes competing at the highest level of winter sports. This year’s games will be held in Sochi, Russia, a resort city in southern Russia located just off the Black Sea, bordering Georgia. Among the […]

Focus On Queens, Dec. 5

Air Force Airman John Lee graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Lee is the son of Soojin Lee of Fresh Meadows […]