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.
Sonia Feigenbaum, a former official at the U.S. Department of Education, will assume the post of associate provost for international affairs Nov. 1.
The men’s soccer team has been an Ivy League powerhouse in recent years, finishing third in the Ivy League last year with a 13-3-3 record and traveling to the NCAA Division I tournament for the third year in a row before falling to the No. 2 University of Maryland. Ranked 18th in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America preseason poll, the Bears will start the campaign with strong returning talent and promising newcomers.
For years, Steve Jobs ate nothing but fruit — apples, pears, polychrome smoothies blended with precision. To the amateur hypochondriac, it sounds like a classic case of OCD. To the average Brown student, it is a lifestyle choice called fruitarianism.
When Don Engel ’00 SCM’01 was a member of the Undergraduate Council of Students, he invited co-founder of Apple Steve Wozniak to play a casual game of Tetris on the side of the Sciences Library.
The gymnastics team competed in its final two meets of the regular season last week, setting several impressive individual and team marks. Last Tuesday, Bruno finished third in their last home meet of the season at the Pizzitola Center. The squad then hit the road for its last regular season meet Sunday, finishing fourth at the Charles E. Smith Center at George Washington University.
Pulse, Tufts’ Indian classical dance team, wrapped up its season with a well-received performance at the University of Maryland (UMD)’s inaugural national intercollegiate competition for classical Indian dance, titled Mayuri, on Saturday.
The Big Ten Conference’s footprint now extends up and down the mid-Atlantic region.
The Big Ten Conference’s footprint looks like it will extend up and down the mid-Atlantic region.
The No. 15 men’s soccer team’s season came to a heartbreaking end last night in the second round of the NCAA tournament against the No. 2 seed University of Maryland.
The University of Maryland is now part of Big Ten country. For Ohio State’s part, OSU athletic director Gene Smith said he is happy with the addition.