Athletics very own Sachi Vines (center)receives notification by current members Donna Grace & Norris Pearson as the 2018 Honorary Inductee into the Phalanx Society. Recognition by the students for her work outside of her job. Congratulations Sachi!@RPIAthletics @Sachi_Ena pic.twitter.com/df8mv4QPqm— Houston Field House (@RPI_HFH) February 14, 2018
Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.
The harder I practice, the luckier I get.
Great job by Milos and the Slovakian team in defeating the
Olympic Athletes fromRussia team. This marks the second straight Olympics that RPI has had an athlete in hockey.
Uncle Mickey: July 23, 1950-July 22, 2003
WRPI, 91.5 FM...usually color commentary.
Given the exodus from the alumni relations office ( Pete Perone and others) I'm not sure there's anyone left to lock the door. Certainly Kevin Beattie knows well of Milos and should have been all over it.
Class of '93
16 years at Section 9, Row D, Seats 1-4
engineerhockeyfan, your attention is needed in the Pick-To-Click thread (I'd do this through rep, but I'd have to spread around first and that takes too much effort).
RPI Pep Band
GO GO GO YOU RED RED RED!!! and I guess Yale?
🎶🎺🎺🎺 LET'S GO BLUES!
2017-2018 RPI Pick to Click – Champion
2013-2016 RPI Pick to Click – Back-to-Back-to-Back Runner-Up
2014-2015 ECAC Pick the Standings – Last Place
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RPI Hockey 2017-18 - March 4th or Bust
Sad news to report tonight .... Mat Harris's father, Steve, passed away this evening. Please keep Mat, his mother Kathy and his brother in your thoughts and prayers.
RPI acknowledges MB. (if the Alumni count)
Former @RPI_Hockey player Milos Bubela ‘16 can be seen worldwide as he currently represents #Slovakia as a member of their Men’s Ice Hockey Team in #PyeongChang2018! Did you hear the shout out to @rpi?! pic.twitter.com/3PxWoYhnM7— Rensselaer Alumni (@RPIAlumni) February 16, 2018
Friday, February 16, 2018
Veteran Boston Herald Bruins writer Stephen Harris died last night after a battle with illness.
Harris, beloved by fans and colleagues alike, first joined the Herald in 1976. He was an authoritative and respected voice in the Boston hockey community.
During his four decades reporting on the Bruins, Harris covered thousands of games, hundreds of playoff contests, several Olympics and multiple Stanley Cup Finals, including the Bruins’ historic march to the Cup in 2011.
Harris is survived by his wife and two sons.
“Steve was a gentleman first and foremost, but also a man who was dedicated to hockey and to the Herald,” Herald sports editor Sean Leahy said. "It’s a devastating loss for us at the Herald, but our hearts are especially broken for his wife, Kathy, and Steve’s two sons.”
The NHL Public Relations department paid tribute to Harris on its Twitter account today.
“Hockey has lost a journalistic pillar, Steve Harris,” officials wrote. “Steve spent the last four decades serving Boston fans with dogged reporting, deft writing and determination to get the story right.”
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