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Fencing sweeps field in season opener

Nov 19th, 2013

Both the men’s and women’s fencing teams swept their first official conference meet of the season Saturday, with the men taking 88 of 108 bouts for a 4-0 record and the women winning 106 out of 135 total, going 5-0.

Wrestling jumps to a quick start at ESU

Nov 19th, 2013

The Bears opened their season this weekend at the 47th annual East Stroudsburg University Open Wrestling Tournament hosted by East Stroudsburg University in eastern Pennsylvania. Eight members of the team placed in the competition, four of whom placed in the top three in their respective weight classes.

Theater Review | ‘Windowmen’ strikes peculiar balance between funny, sentimental

Nov 13th, 2013

If you catch a whiff of strong fishy odor in the streets of Boston these days, you may be near the Boston University Boston Playwright’s Theatre’s production of “W…

Women’s tennis makes statement at Harvard

Nov 12th, 2013

The dynamic doubles duo Hannah Camhi ’16 and Dayna Lord ’17 went undefeated last weekend at the Harvard Invitational, with victories against teams from the University of Illinois, Harvard and Boston University.

Delaney ’15: A note on dining services

Nov 7th, 2013

You know what really grinds my gears? Brown Dining Services. For a while now, I’ve been a little tense about how food services are run around here. But when a friend of mine showed me what food is like at Boston University, it pushed me over the edge.

Swimmers dominate final scrimmage

Oct 25th, 2013

The men’s and women’s swimming teams together won more than half the events in the last unofficial meet before the regular season — a weekend scrimmage against Boston University and the University of Rhode Island.

Women’s ice hockey laces up for new season with fresh talent

Oct 18th, 2013

The women’s ice hockey team will see a top-to-bottom shift this season, with a new coach, a crop of promising freshman and new in-game strategies, as they challenge for a playoff spot in the competitive ECAC, said Head Coach Amy Bourbeau.

Men’s soccer down Terriors, prep for Ivy competitors

Oct 4th, 2013

The men’s soccer team topped Boston University 3-1 on the Terriers’ home turf Tuesday night. Three different players scored in the first half of the contest to propel the Bears to an early lead that the Terriers could not keep up with.

USF ranks as ‘Up-and-Coming’ university

Sep 11th, 2013

The university tied with nine other institutions for the No. 14 spot, ranking among schools such as Boston University, Carnegie Mellon University and University of Central Florida (UCF).

Crew squad opens spring season with two victories

Apr 2nd, 2013

The men’s crew squad opened its spring season over the weekend with a pair of victories over Yale and Boston University. Each of the three varsity boats is undefeated so far this season.

Women’s Lacrosse Season Update

Mar 28th, 2013

The Catamounts were picked to finish fifth in this season according to the America East preseason poll announced earlier this month. No.15 Stony Brook took the top spot after receiving three first place votes, while Albany and Boston University finishe…

Watson project analyzes monetary, human costs of war

Mar 15th, 2013

A decade after the United States invaded Iraq, researchers estimate 190,000 lives will have been lost and the United States will spend $2.2 trillion by the war’s end, according to new research from the Watson Institute for International Studies. Though the United States officially finished pulling troops out of Iraq in 2011, insurgent forces remain in the country.

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