Articles by Stu Woo (167)

M. basketball sweeps Penn and Princeton

March 3, 2008 Comments are Disabled

The lasting image from the weekend’s men’s basketball games, if it wasn’t the scoreboard that read “44-14” at halftime of Saturday’s match against the University of Pennsylvania, was probably the seniors’ send-off later that night.

Actor Kal Penn stumps for Obama on Thayer

February 29, 2008 Comments are Disabled

The campaign of Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama hit Thayer Street yesterday in the form of an actor best known for portraying a brilliant and often senseless stoner. But unlike the character he portrays in the “Harold and Kumar” movies, actor Kal Penn was mostly business in urging the roughly 70 students at Blue State Coffee to canvass for the Illinois senator.

Cornell sinks m. hoops’ Ivy title hopes

February 25, 2008 Comments are Disabled

ITHACA, N.Y. – It was billed as the Ivy League’s game of the year, with the second-place men’s basketball team traveling here Saturday to take on Cornell and its 9-0 conference-leading Ivy record.

Seligmann ’09 debuts before former coaches

February 25, 2008 Comments are Disabled

Reade Seligmann ’09 had been looking forward to yesterday’s men’s lacrosse game for nearly two years.

2nd-place m. hoops faces pivotal N.Y. trip

February 22, 2008 Comments are Disabled

Though second-place Brown will have a chance to cut into Cornell’s two-game lead tomorrow, the Bears say they’re focusing all attention now on third-place Columbia.

Historic wins for m. hoops this weekend

February 20, 2008 Comments are Disabled

Though Adrian Williams ’11 played 22 minutes at Princeton Saturday night, his name does not stick out on the final stat sheet: no rebounds, no assists and just two points.

As ‘expected,’ m. hoops earns first Ivy sweep

February 11, 2008 Comments are Disabled

Mark McAndrew ’08 hasn’t played on a winning basketball team in his three previous seasons at Brown. So when Head Coach Craig Robinson told his players last week that he expected a sweep in this weekend’s series, McAndrew said he was nervous. “It’s a whole new experience,” he said of being a favored team.

M. hoops falls to Cornell, defeats Columbia

February 4, 2008 Comments are Disabled

The Pizzitola Center crowd could feel the momentum shifting Friday night. The men’s basketball team had closed the first half on a 16-5 run to tie Cornell, the favorite to win the Ivy League. With Columbia beating Yale, another contender, the Bears looked as if they might emerge from the weekend as the league’s team to beat.

Finally, Skrelja ’09 is ‘the man’

February 1, 2008 Comments are Disabled

Skrelja is third in the Ivy League in assists per game (3.94) and rebounds per game (6.3).

Google comes to town, along with some privacy concerns

February 1, 2008 Comments are Disabled

One day last fall, Minsuk Kim ’08 put on a teal sweater, gray pants and black shoes. He and a friend then walked east on Williams Street, around the corner from Kim’s apartment.