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Softball: Brown breaks up losing streak against Harvard

The Bears dropped three games to the Harvard in a four-game series at home over the weekend, but earned a big win after a seventh inning rally in the weekend’s final game. Harvard (21-18, 11-5 Ivy) beat out the Bears (8-25, 2-14) on the first day of the series, shutting out Bruno 4-0 in the first ...


Alum continues rowing legacy in Thames Boat Race

Thousands of spectators braved the freezing conditions and threat of snow as they lined the banks of the River Thames in London last Sunday. For just under 20 minutes, the audience watched as the crews of Oxford University and Cambridge University raced down the 4.2-mile course and either celebrated ...


Special food nights spice up student dining

On any given week night, the Sharpe Refectory hosts a sizable crowd at peak traffic time, around 6:15 to 6:45 p.m. But two or three evenings a semester, the Ratty’s dinnertime lines extend far beyond the tables offering baskets of fruit, and the soup and omelet stations are transformed into depots ...

The Setonian

Defunct 38 Studios tries to dismiss R.I. lawsuit

Curt Schilling, former Red Sox pitcher and founder of 38 Studios, called earlier this month for the dismissal of a lawsuit filed against him by the Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation. The RIEDC filed the lawsuit last November, following 38 Studios’ bankruptcy. 38 Studios received a $75 ...


Dixon ’13 scores 1,000th point

As her time in college comes to a close, Sheila Dixon ’13, co-captain of the women’s basketball team, can look back on an impressive career characterized by dedication and accomplishment. An integral player for the women’s basketball team since her freshman year, Dixon led the team in scoring ...

Women's Basketball

Bruno falls to Crimson but triumphs over Big Green

The women’s basketball team had a mixed weekend on the road playing Ivy League rivals Harvard and Dartmouth. Bruno (8-16, Ivy 2-8) dropped a 77-71 decision to the third-ranked Crimson (15-8, 6-3) Friday night. But the Bears ended their weekend on a high note with a 59-39 win over the Big Green (6-17, ...

Women's Basketball

Bears lose back-to-back Ivy games

The Brown women’s basketball team fell to Ivy League competitors Princeton and Penn in back-to-back home games this weekend. Bruno (7-13, 1-5 Ivy) lost to the Tigers (14-5, 5-0), who maintained their position on top of the Ivy League with a 68-37 win. The Quakers (10-9, 3-2) also managed to edge out ...


Bears struggle in Ivy play, losing to Dartmouth, Harvard

Bruno suffered losses at home to conference rivals Dartmouth on Friday and Harvard on Saturday. The Bears fell to the Big Green 49-41 and to the Crimson 68-58. Brown (7-11, Ivy League 1-3) established a steady lead less than five minutes into the first half Saturday and continued applying pressure ...

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Women's Basketball

Bruno falls to Yale in first Ivy game

The Bears (7-9, 1-1 Ivy) suffered a disappointing loss to Yale (6-10, 1-1) last Friday in the Pizzitola Center in a 59-47 decision just one week after defeating the Bulldogs 68-67 in a buzzer-beater in New Haven. In their first matchup, which kicked off Ivy League play, the two teams dueled in the ...

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