Month: April 2009

Eccentric ‘Lear’ caps a brazen Mesri career

My first review for this newspaper was of Green, the first play Julian Mesri ’09 directed at the College. Four years later, he brings his career here to a close…

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Women’s golf places 6th at Spring Invite

This weekend, women’s golf hosted its Spring Invitational at the Taconic Golf Club. Captain Melissa Barton ’09 led the first team, which included Anne O’Leary ’10, Kait O’Brien ’10, Kristin…

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Men’s tennis 3rd in NESCAC

Men’s tennis (16-3 overall, 6-2 in the NESCAC) beat Trinity (10-5, 5-4) last Wednesday and fell to Middlebury (17-2, 9-0) on Saturday before soundly defeating Hamilton (4-11, 0-7) 9-0 on…

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Men’s golf finishes 4th at NESCACs

After an impressive performance on Day 1, men’s golf fell to a fourth place finish at the NESCAC Championship. A 306 team total after the first round secured the Ephs…

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Women’s tennis preps for playoffs

Women’s tennis’ (15-1, 17-1) regular season came to a triumphant close last weekend as the team recorded two 9-0 victories, first against Trinity on Saturday, then against Hamilton on Sunday.…

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Men’s track wins NESCAC

On Saturday men’s track and field headed to Conn. College to compete in the outdoor NESCAC Championships. After performing at a high level in the past two weeks the Ephs…

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Baseball clinches post-season spot

Baseball’s nine-game win streak came to a close on Sunday with a loss to Wesleyan (16-13, 6-5 in the NESCAC) at home. However, the Ephs (20-8, 8-3) took the series…

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Women’s track crushes foes, seizes conference crown

ompetition at the NESCAC championships, held at Conn. College on Saturday. With an unbeatable score of 180 points, 24 points above second place Middlebury, Williams captured the NESCAC title in…

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Culinary Corner: A2 Snacks

Crème brulee, key lime pie, bread pudding, soufflé and homemade oreos - did you know you could be making all this in your dorm kitchen? Perhaps “you” in the hypothetical…

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Aiya! Malaysian international explores accents at College

I don’t sound American. Contrary to appearances, English is my first language. I might pass for naturalized, but my friends back in Malaysia would probably disown me if I converted…

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