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Stephen Silas ’96 hired as Houston Rockets head coach

Stephen Silas ’96 became the first Brown alum to become an NBA head coach after being hired by the Houston Rockets Oct. 30. Silas played in 84 career games for the Bears from 1992 to 1996, averaging nearly eight points per game as a senior and totalling 464 career points. Following his time at Brown, ...


Seniors discuss thoughts on extra year of NCAA eligibility

In light of the cancellation of many fall athletic seasons and all Ivy League fall sports due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the NCAA granted fall student-athletes an additional year of athletic eligibility. Three Brown senior student-athletes spoke with The Herald about their plans regarding their newly ...

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Ivy League cancels all fall sports competition

The Ivy League canceled all fall athletic competition, according to an announcement released Wednesday afternoon. Winter sports will not begin until after Jan. 1.  As each of the members schools announced plans and guidelines for the fall semester adjusted in light of COVID-19, and “as athletics ...


Demoted athletes retain law firm, demand reinstatement

A coalition of University student-athletes from teams recently demoted from varsity to club level have retained attorney Jeffrey Kessler of Chicago-based law firm Winston & Strawn in hopes of demanding reinstatement to the varsity roster.  Kessler is a prominent lawyer specializing in antitrust ...

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