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Mountain Climbing and Problem Solving: For Lynford Lecturer Frances Allen, They're Not That Different

Climbing Mexico’s 17,802 foot Popocatepetl (better known simply as “Popo”) could seem to most a more appealing option than splitting the bill between 12 people and figuring out tip, but computer...

Women's Volleyball Sweeps Skyline Honors

Clifton Park, NY -  The NYU-Poly women's volleyball team was honored for it's outstanding, undefeated season in the Skyline Conference by sweeping the big awards and picking up two First-Team...

Get Smart: Professor de León's Research Could Help Modernize Electrical Grid

President Obama said late last month that the time is now “to build a clean energy superhighway that can take the renewable power generated…and deliver it directly to the American people in the most...

Blue Jays vs. Violets: The Only Downbeat in a Triumphant Season

When right side Corey Loupee was unable to corral middle Kendyl Dunn’s blistering kill, signaling the end of the opening-round Division III NCAA women’s volleyball tournament match between...

NYU-Poly Falls to NYU in NCAA First Round

Manhattan, NY -  The NYU-Poly women's volleyball team knew they had to bring their A game, as they squared off against New York University in the NCAA Tournament First Round Thursday night at...

Game-Day Preview: NYU-Poly vs. NYU

Tonight’s contest against the New York University Violets will be uncharted waters for Polytechnic Institute of NYU’s women's volleyball team. Not only will it be the first time women’s volleyball...

Gabor Named to Skyline 1st-Team; Rohr and Turgut Earn 2nd-Team Nods

Clifton Park, NY -  In an acknowledgment of the outstanding season the men's soccer team had in 2009, the Skyline Conference coaches selected three Jays as All-Conference players. Sophomore Joe...

NYU-Poly Women's Volleyball Wins First-Ever Skyline Championship and First NCAA Tournament Bid

It was a game that will be talked about for years to come. Polytechnic Institute of NYU’s Fighting Blue Jays came storming back from a 14-11 deficit in the fifth set tiebreaker to win 17-15 on...

We Are The Champions!

Brooklyn, NY -  It was a game that will be talked about for years to come, as NYU-Poly came storming back, down 14-11 deficit in the fifth set tiebreaker, to win 17-15.  In doing they...

Unplugged: NYU-Poly Professors Continue Wireless Breakthroughs With New NSF Grant

Wireless technology is a staple of modern life. From laptops to cell phones, satellite radio, and the GPS unit in your rented car, it’s woven into the fabric of our everyday lives. That’s why it’s so...