Month: October 2009

Editorial: Reaching further for internationals

As we have seen time and time again, the measure of our school’s success at diversity is not how many different kinds of people comprise it, but how suitable it…

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Crews finish fall at Head of Fish

Last weekend, men’s and women’s crew journeyed to Saratoga Springs, N.Y. to compete at the annual Head of the Fish regatta. Novice and varsity athletes rolled from their beds in…

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Volleyball takes 2nd at Hall of Fame Invitational

In the final tune-up before the end of conference play, volleyball (15-8, 5-2 in NESCAC) took second place at the Hall of Fame Invitational held last weekend at Smith College.…

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Field hockey falls to Tufts, Union

Field hockey (5-8, 5-3 in the NESCAC) fell 3-0 to Tufts (12-1, 7-1) on Saturday, following a tough loss to Union (7-7) on Wednesday. Saturday’s game was played on a…

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Stonehill ends WWRFC’s season

Arriving in Brockton, Mass. on a rainy Friday night, the Williams Women’s Rugby Football Club (WWRFC) looked forward to its first-round playoff match against Stonehill. The winner of the match…

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Men’s, women’s cross country take Little Three titles

On Saturday, men’s and women’s cross country headed to Amherst to defend their Little Three titles against inclement weather, bad luck and the best efforts of Amherst and Wesleyan. Despite…

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Men’s soccer claws back from deficit, defeats Tufts

In his first start, Patrick Eboisse ’13 adjusts to the wet conditions. Eboisse had an assist on Saturday. Men’s soccer (11-1-1, 6-1-1 in the NESCAC) had a triumphant outing last…

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Football smashes Jumbos, wins 30-7

Allowing only 135 total yards, the Eph defense converges on the Jumbos’ quarterback on Saturday. On Saturday, football (4-1) picked up its third straight victory against the hapless Tufts Jumbos…

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Women’s soccer steals late win

Tri-captain Brianna Wolfson ’10 plays the ball past a Jumbo on Saturday. Wolfson scored the game-winning goal in the final minutes. Amid Saturday’s downpour, women’s soccer (13-0-0, 8-0-0 in the…

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How a body moves: Parsing solo shows

Following last month’s performance of Lucinda Childs’ DANCE, the ’62 Center’s CenterSeries is currently featuring the poet Roger Bonair-Agard, a native of Trinidad who performs work about his childhood on…

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