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Weinstock ’14 named to 2018 Winter Olympic Team

Childhood dreams came true for Brown track and field alum Evan Weinstock ’14 when he was selected to represent the United States in bobsled and skeleton at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The Las Vegas native will travel to Pyeongchang in February to compete as part of one of ...

Women's Basketball

Steeves ’19 registers back-to-back double-doubles

The women’s basketball team (4-1, 0-0 Ivy) traveled to California to win the Pacific’s Turkey Tip-Off Tournament over the weekend. After taking down Hampton University 73-66, Brown advanced to the finals to beat the hosting University of California at Berkeley 74-57. Co-captain forward Erika Steeves ...

University News

New initiative connects IBES, Nelson Center

The Program for Environmental and Civic Engagement, a new initiative of the Institute at Brown for Environment and Society, brought together IBES and the Jonathan M. Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship for the first time. Announced in October, the collaborative project aims to assist students’ development ...


Volleyball push Big Red to five sets, fall short of comeback

The volleyball team overcame a two-set deficit to force a tiebreak fifth set Saturday against Cornell but fell short of a comeback. Outside hitter Sabrina Stillwell ’19 tallied 13 kills and libero captain Melissa Cairo ’18 registered 28 digs in the season-concluding match. Though a defeat, the result ...


Volleyball defeats Crimson in 3-2 senior-day comeback

Libero Captain Melissa Cairo ’18 and outside hitters Shirin Tooloee ’18 and Casey Tierney ’18 combined for 10 service aces to power the volleyball team through a comeback win, three sets to two, on Brown’s Senior Day match against Harvard Saturday. Rookie outsider hitter Gabrielle Moriconi ’21 ...


Volleyball falls in back-to-back losses to Penn, Princeton 3-0

The volleyball team lost three sets to zero against both Penn and Princeton over the weekend, leaving Brown (6-15, 1-9 Ivy) with only four contests left in the season to snap its current five-game losing streak. Avoiding a repeat of their most recent match against Yale, the Bears never gave the Quakers ...


Bruno falls to first-place Yale in four sets at home

After surprising first-place Yale by winning the first set comfortably, the volleyball team was unable to sustain early success, eventually falling three sets to one Friday night. Offensive contributions from Sabrina Stillwell ’19 and backcourt coverage by Melissa Cairo ’18 bolstered Brown (6-13, ...


Volleyball falls to Harvard, Dartmouth in away matches

The volleyball team took two losses on the road this weekend, dropping a match 3-1 against Harvard Friday and 3-0 against Dartmouth Saturday. These defeats drop Brown (6-12, 1-6 Ivy) to last place in the Ivy League standings halfway through conference play. Though Bruno came out strong against the Crimson ...

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