Month: October 2001

Volleyball captures Little III championship with victories over Amherst, Wesleyan

Volleyball (25-3) enjoyed another undefeated week, triumphing against Vassar on Wednesday in its final home game of the year and crushing NESCAC foes Wesleyan and Amherst over the weekend to win the Little III Tournament.

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FANT 101: The Rules

A couple of months ago, my friend Sumant Bhat, sends me an email requesting my participation in a fantasy football league over which he would preside.

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Football crushes weak Hamilton team, allows only three yards rushing

Behind a record-setting performance by the defense, football rolled to an easy 23-0 win over Hamilton (0-6) on a blustery Saturday afternoon at Weston Field.

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Field hockey rebounds to capture NESCAC crown after tough start

Rebounding from its early struggles, field hockey clinched a berth in the NCAA tournament with a 3-0 victory over Amherst in the NESCAC championship game on Sunday.

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Men’s soccer drops first regular season contest since 1998

Men’s soccer (13-1-0) had its hopes of a perfect season dashed against Middlebury (7-5-2) in a crushing, 1-0 overtime defeat.

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Women’s soccer falls to Lady Jeffs in hard-fought NESCAC tournament

Women’s soccer’s (14-1-0) phenomenal undefeated season ended on Sunday as the Ephwomen lost to Amherst (11-4-1) in the final game of the NESCAC tournament.

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Favreau shows raw talent in Made

It seems appropriate that the first scene in Made, written by Jon Favreau, is a boxing sequence.

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Is Britney Spears on the way out?

It’s tough to imagine a world without Britney Spears. Who would write the songs that make the whole world sing (well, she doesn’t really write her own material, but just bear with me for a moment)?

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Frosh Revue features first-year talent

The cover of the Frosh Revue 2001 program displays the sentence, "If you’ve ever had a stomach cramp, then you know what it’s like to watch Frosh Revue."

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Schantz’s work inspired by Berkshires

About this time of year, the Berkshires warm us in the evening with their subtly-changing orange glow.

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