Even if you don’t know their names, you’ve likely seen their faces. Jamal Meneide ’19 and Joey Mullen ’19 are longtime close friends and creative collaborators currently working on their debut short film, which they plan to release this spring.
The heist movie genre is extremely popular and salient in pop culture, and for great reason: the tropes are well-known and obvious, and if a movie utilizes them well, it will be greatly celebrated. The 2001 remake of Ocean’s Eleven is perhaps the pinnacle of this feat and it remains extremely popular more than 20 years later.
Last Saturday, men’s soccer lost to Elizabethtown 1-2 in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Williams opened the scoring in the contest when Andrew Mathew ’20 launched a throw in 30 yards out to the left of Elizabethtown goalie Brian Gately.
Last weekend, men’s soccer (10-5-3, 4-4-2 in the NESCAC) competed in the NESCAC Championship. On Saturday, the men defeated Hamilton 2-0 and advanced to the finals.
Last week, men’s soccer was edged by Connecticut College 1-0 but beat RPI 2-0. Going into the Saturday match, Connecticut College had only allowed one goal all season.
Given the current state of the United States and the world, most of us just want something that simply makes us feel good inside. Well, one of the best shows on television has returned to do just that.
Men’s soccer (3-1-1, 2-1-1 in the NESCAC) dropped a match to Bates 2-0 but edged Amherst 2-1 with a last-minute penalty kick save by goalkeeper Aaron Schein ’19. On Sunday, the Ephs started out aggressively against the Bobcats, creating multiple chances in the first half.
Men’s soccer (2-0-1, 1-0-1 in the NESCAC) hosted two matches at Cole Field over the weekend, emerging with a win against Babson and a double-overtime tie against Colby. Williams rose to the occasion against Babson, with Demian Gass ’20 scoring the winning goal with just eight seconds to go in regulation, en route to a 2-1 win.