After three years of darkness, the Power is back on

The Niagara Power will be taking the field this summer for the first time in three years. The team was bought by Niagara University's School of Hospitality and Management, and has been revitalizing the Power for the past . President of the Power and Sport Management Professor Patrick Tutka said bringing the Power back to… Continue reading After three years of darkness, the Power is back on

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Rachel MacCheyne: Student-Athlete Profile

By Franklin Heinzmann NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - Rachel MacCheyne has been tearing it up this season for the Purple Eagles. As of March 20, MacCheyne currently leads both the Purple Eagles and the entire MAAC in goals (26) and points (34). Her 3.25 AVG/G, Goals Per Game, is good for third overall in the MAAC.… Continue reading Rachel MacCheyne: Student-Athlete Profile

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Grading the Bills’ offseason moves

The Bills have had quite an impressive offseason. Here’s a look at some of the moves they have made. Signing DT Star Lotuleilei: B+ The Bills signed DT Star Lotuleilei to a five-year contract worth $50 million. Lotuleilei,who spent the previous five seasons with the Carolina Panthers, is the Bills most expensive free agent signing this… Continue reading Grading the Bills’ offseason moves


The Vincentian Trend in the NFL

NU’s Vincentian values prevail in NFL’s charity giving trend  "Dalton to Boyd," a phrase that has become linked to the ending of the Buffalo Bills 17-year playoff drought. It has become as synonymous with the Bills as blue and red Zubaz pants and table-breaking tailgate parties. On the last week of the 2017 regular season,… Continue reading The Vincentian Trend in the NFL