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Articles by Fred Milgrim (13)


Bright futures ahead for sophomore athletes

September 23, 2010 Comments are Disabled

Misia Krasowski ’13 and water polo player Svetozar Stefanovic ’13 arrived at Brown last fall as talented athletes, excited to help their respective teams. What the two did not expect was just how influential they would end up being.


The wounded warrior

May 30, 2010 Comments are Disabled

When Jeremy Russell changed from the class of 2010 to the class of 2011, he didn’t make the decision with his head or his heart — his leg made the call for him.


Upset City: Providence hosts bracket busters

March 23, 2010 Comments are Disabled

March Madness in Providence. It doesn’t get any better than the first and second rounds of college basketball’s unique playoff system. And the Dunkin’ Donuts Center was home to some of the most thrilling games and notable upsets so far this tournament. 


Madness means money for Providence

March 22, 2010 Comments are Disabled

The white tents plastered in Guinness, Coors Light and WBRU posters and droves of out-of-town buses at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center last week did not only indicate the kickoff of basketball’s best month of the year, it also meant big bucks for the state’s struggling economy. Providence College’s basketball arena was rocking for three days while local businesses were raking in tourists’ dollars.


Skiing from the Hill to Whistler

March 1, 2010 Comments are Disabled

Dow Travers ’12 walked into the Olympic stadium, bearing his nation’s flag, seeming a little unsure of how to make it wave quite right — but he soon had it flying true. The realization that he was carrying the flag at the opening ceremony didn’t quite sink in until he turned the corner and came out of the tunnel.

Sports, University News

Bank CEO Moynihan ’81 started on rugby field

February 10, 2010 Comments are Disabled

The men’s rugby team at Brown is technically a club, but those who are more intimate with the team know that the rugby program is not your average college club team. Rugby is a way of life, and for Brian Moynihan ’81, it was the first stepping stone on his way to a prolific career.


Escareno ’11 named All-Ivy for cross-country

December 3, 2009 Comments are Disabled

After four years of high school cross-country training, two years at Brown and another on his own, Christian Escareno’s ’11 junior year was highlighted by a First Team All-Ivy League selection and a shot to race the best runners in the country. While other students were heading home and getting ready for Thanksgiving, Escareno was shooting off the line at Indiana State University’s national championship course.


Escareno ’10 shines as cross country ends season

November 19, 2009 Comments are Disabled

The men’s and women’s cross country teams traveled to Franklin Park in Boston last weekend to compete in the NCAA Northeast Regional meet, with the men finishing sixth overall and the women taking ninth. The meet wrapped up the fall season, highlighted by another strong performance from Christian Escareno ’10.


Cross country squads each take fifth

November 5, 2009 Comments are Disabled

Last Friday’s trip to the Bronx for the 2009 Ivy League Heptagonal Championship brought mixed emotions for the men’s and women’s cross-country squads. Both teams had great individual successes, but the day was bittersweet, as each finished in fifth place overall. Columbia took the men’s title, while Princeton claimed first for the women.


Muddy course no obstacle for young runners

October 29, 2009 Comments are Disabled

The cross country teams traveled to New Britain, Conn., for the Central Connecticut State Invitational and returned home Saturday night after proving their worth.

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