Throughout the game, fans cheer and jeer from the lofty chairback or close-to-the-action bench sections of the 17,000-capacity Robert K. Kraft Field while watching Manhattan’s only NCAA Division I football team take on the Yale Bulldogs. After helping the team post four or more wins in consecutive seasons for the first time since 1997–98, six-year Head Coach Norries Wilson has stacked this year’s roster with top-notch student-athletes. Junior quarterback and First-Team All-Ivy selection Sean Brackett puts both his brawn and his education to good use, whispering Sartre quotes into opponents’ ears to make them question the meaning of existence instead of his receivers’ complex routes. Senior defensive back and fellow captain Ross Morand shouts out orders on the other side of the ball, anchoring the defense with his drive-killing plays and apologizing to referees when his fellow Lions accidentally maul the football.
Located within The Club of Riverdale's 125,000-square-foot facility, GolfTCR encompasses a staff of PGA-certified professionals, an array of technological teaching aids, 3-D golf simulators, and a pro shop stocked with merchandise in a state-of-the-art complex. Clubbers gain data-based insight into the nuances of their swing, putting motion, or celebratory fist pump with help from the center's Doppler-radar launch monitor, K-Vest swing analysis, V1 Pro video analysis, and Tomi Pro putting analysis, all of which dissect clients' motions with a multitude of sensors that provide tour-worthy precision. The center's aboutGolf simulators reconstruct famous courses from crisp, three-dimensional images, letting golfers drive down the fairways of some of the world's most famous courses. Four hitting bays and a 500-square-foot chipping and putting green further develop all-around skills. Players in need of new clubs can enlist one of the center's expert club fitters or leave club shafts snapped by an ill-fated bout of golf-cart jousting to be repaired by the pro shop.
Thousands of professionals have attended this popular American Heart Association Course. It will teach you the skills necessary to prevent, recognize, and provide basic care for injuries. This hands on pratice and real-life scenarios make learning an exciting and easy technique to remember. The gift that keeps on giving.
In bright, sunny studios of Areté Music Academy, pupils take part in intensive curricula taught by professional musicians, discovering their abilities and dreaming of their futures. The school culls its faculty members from schools including the Juilliard and Yale. Students—as young as ages two or as old as a cave painting of a drum set—take part in specialized courses and camps. Private and group programs focus on topics such as a particular composer, an instrument, or a specific genre. Performance opportunities abound, too, in the concerts and ensembles fostered by the school.