Month: January 2002

Roe vs. Wade: 29 years later

Some might say I’m living out the American dream. I am a young, idealistic person on the road to a degree from Williams College.

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After loss, women’s hockey drubs Amherst and Hamilton

Following an 8-0 defeat at the hands of Middlebury, women’s hockey (9-5, 6-3 in the NESCAC) rebounded admirably and registered convincing victories of their own against conference rivals Amherst and Hamilton.

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Women’s hoops bests NESCAC foes, has now won seven straight

Women’s basketball (11-4, 2-0 in the NESCAC) continued its hot streak this week with victories over NESCAC rivals Amherst and Trinity as well as Hamilton.

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Men’s hoops runs Jeffs out of town with 29-point win

It wasn’t supposed to be this easy, not against Amherst.

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Skiing places fifth at St. Lawrence carnival

The ski team posted a solid showing at its first carnival of the season, finishing in fifth place among ten teams at the tournament held over the weekend at St. Lawrence College.

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Your Friendly Neighborhood Sports Columnist: The true sixth man

On December 29, I had an opportunity that most college basketball fans can only dream of: I was given the privilege of watching a Duke game from inside Cameron Indoor Stadium.

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IM hoops league offers healthy competition

Winter Study is a season in which some students do little more than go to class, play video games, consume traditional beverages and once or twice a day trek through the blistering cold toward the dining halls.

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Beasley nets five goals in three games, but men’s hockey finishes week 1-1-1

Men’s hockey, up and down all season to the tune of an 8-5-2 record and fifth place in the NESCAC with a 6-2-2 record, continued its inconsistent ways this week by going 1-1-1.

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Win over Penn could ensure top eight finish for women’s squash

Continuing to build on the momentum accrued during last week’s Williams Invitational, women’s squash had another excellent week, beating teams from Penn, Hamilton and the prep school Deerfield Academy; the team also put up an excellent fight with fourth ranked Yale before losing 6-3.

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Swim and dive teams remain undefeated on the season

Continuing its undefeated seasons, men’s and women’s swimming and diving swept Bowdoin College on Saturday afternoon.

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