Preview the Rock’s Signature Line for Under Armour

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is showing off his upcoming sneaker collaboration with Under Armour. The wrestler-actor took his Instagram followers into “The Wolf’s Den” for a treat in between his workout.

Wyatt Worthington II Makes History on the Green Today

History will be made on the golf course today [Thursday, July 28] in Springfield, N.J. For the first time in 25 years, a Black club professional will step onto the green at the PGA Championship. And when he does, Wyatt Worthington II will only be the second of his kind to do so.

Footlocker and Asics Announce Film Contest

The forecast is in, and according to VH1, “It’ll literally be snowing divas!” in New York come winter. The network will bring back its VH1 Divas concert after four years.

Super Bowl Meme

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Kobe Bryant Announces NBA Retirement

As sports correspondent and video editor, KJ interviewed basketball players on how the shutdown of their home court would affect the rest of the season. – NYU Tonight

Audio Reel

Snippets of television voiceovers, live radio interviews, and podcasts by Kathryn Jones

Olympian Cullen Jones Dives Into Teaching Minorities How To Swim

When the United States won the gold medal for 4×100-meter freestyle relay, swimmers broke the world record twice at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Cullen Jones, the eight-man team’s only black member, swam both heats and became the second African-American swimmer to win a gold medal. Twenty-three years prior, he broke another statistic when saved from…

Softball Captain Talks Motivation, Perfectionism

Washington Square News Softball captain and Gallatin junior Kahala Bonsignore does not need a Buzzfeed quiz to tell her she most resembles Monica Geller from Friends. Bonsignore admitted to relating to Monica’s obsession with perfection — the quality that nearly convinced her to end her softball career. But with the help of her coaches, Bonsignore…

Baseball Coach Shares His Past

Washington Square News The life of baseball Head Coach Doug Kimbler has never strayed far from the baseball diamond, whether playing as shortstop for the College of Saint Rose or growing up in a military base in Plattsburgh, New York. Now, as the baseball team enters NCAA Division III for the first time in over…

NEW METRO TEAM MAY CHANGE WHO RED BULLS’ FANS ROOT FOR

SRFC Magazine  Originally appeared on Page 36 of SRFC Magazine The New York Red Bulls disappointed fans when they failed to bring home a championship title for the 17th season in a row. The team advanced into the Major League Soccer Cup playoffs in postseason, after earning the 2013 Supporters’ Shield for winning the most…

Men’s golf team finishes with spirit in Florida

Washington Square News   NYU’s men’s golf team concluded the second day of the UAA Championships on par with last year’s fourth-place standing.   Read more: http://www.nyunews.com/2014/03/11/golf-5/

Athlete profile: Allie Williams

Washington Square News   Gallatin junior Allie Williams made nine kills in the volleyball match Thursday, helping NYU win three sets against Baruch College, but off the court, the middle blocker hopes to spike the economies of developing nations after college.   Read more: http://www.nyunews.com/2013/09/17/williams-2/