Month: October 2010

Clark begins second phase of restoration

More than seven years since its official public announcement, Tadao Ando’s design for the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute’s comprehensive campus restructuring has once again been put into action.

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Women’s rugby downs Siena 32-14 to close out fall season

After a frustrating loss to Wellesley last weekend, women’s rugby decided to take the end of the season into its own hands.

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Field hockey challenges Tufts, Union

Field hockey (3-10, 1-7 in the NESCAC) fell to Tufts 2-1 in a highly contested game on Saturday.

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Volleyball struggles at Juniata, falls 3-0

Volleyball (16-10, 6-2 in the NESCAC) went 0-3 at the Wid Guisler Invitational at Juniata this weekend.

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Men’s rugby annihilates Amherst

A battle broke out on Cole Field Saturday as men’s rugby set out to defend its home pitch against Amherst. The White Dawgs strode onto the field with a focused fury.

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Men’s crew takes 2nd at Charles

Men’s crew rowed to second at the Head of the Charles on Sunday, finishing just 10 seconds behind the Florida Institute of Technology. Both Williams’ and FIT’s finishing times outpaced the previous course record.

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Men’s XC gets 22nd Little Three win

Defending a 22-year winning streak, men’s cross country raced at the Little Three Championship last Saturday.

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Eph brings his skill abroad, goes pro in Germany

Blake Schultz ’10 has stepped onto many basketball courts since the early days of his career, but this fall the court he is playing on is a little different.

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Women’s soccer draws with Tufts 0-0

Women’s soccer (8-3-2, 4-2-2 in the NESCAC) battled to a tie against Tufts on Saturday.

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Women’s cross country claims 3rd straight Little Three title

Women’s cross country outran Amherst and Wesleyan at Wesleyan this Saturday to claim the team’s third consecutive Little Three title.

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