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Federal government rescinds ICE, DHS decision prohibiting international students from remaining in the U.S. with a fully online course load

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Federal government rescinds ICE, DHS decision prohibiting international students from remaining in the U.S. with a fully online course load

July 14, 2020 0 comments

The Department of Homeland Security will rescind the regulations released July 6 barring International Students from remaining in the United States if their course load is entirely online, federal judge Allison Burroughs announced Tuesday.

Brown to file amicus brief in support of Harvard, MIT in lawsuit against ICE

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Brown to file amicus brief in support of Harvard, MIT in lawsuit against ICE

July 10, 2020 0 comments

Brown will file an amicus brief in support of the case brought in federal court this week by Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology against the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. 

Bruno finished the season tied for fourth in the Ivy league with Penn, just short of making the Ivy League Tournament.

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Brown men’s basketball eliminated from Ivy League Tournament contention

March 9, 2020 0 comments

Although the men’s basketball team played at Harvard and Dartmouth this weekend, its real opponent was Penn. Brown had to win both games and Penn had to lose at least one of its matchups against Cornell and Columbia for Bruno to clinch a trip to the Ivy League Tournament.

Aman ’20: End athletic recruitment and legacy admission

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Aman ’20: End athletic recruitment and legacy admission

October 18, 2019 1 comment

On Oct. 1, a federal court upheld Harvard’s race conscious admission practice. During the case, Harvard was forced to publish admission data from 2009 to 2014, offering an unprecedented inside look at the college admission process at an elite American university.

The University supported Harvard’s admission policy following the 2018 amicus brief. Now, the University plans to review the written ruling by judge Allison D. Burroughs.

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Federal court upholds Harvard’s race-conscious admissions

October 2, 2019 0 comments

A federal judge ruled in favor of Harvard’s race-conscious admission policy yesterday, temporarily ending a court challenge to the practice. Harvard was accused of discriminating against Asian-American applicants in a lawsuit brought by Students for Fair Admissions…

The Bears took the lead only 34 seconds into the game after a 75-yard rush by running back Allen Smith ’22 followed by a 22-yard touchdown. Despite the early lead, Bruno failed to score again for the rest of the game.

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Football travels to Harvard for Ivy League opener, loses to Crimson 42-7

September 30, 2019 0 comments

On Friday night, Brown came charging out of the locker room and scored a touchdown 34 seconds into the game against Harvard. But Bruno ultimately suffered a familiar fate, falling to Harvard for the ninth consecutive time by a 42-7 margin.

Desmond Cambridge ’21 drives to the hoop in a home win against the Dartmouth Big Green. The Bears pulled off two Ivy League victories this weekend, winning against Harvard 88-79 and Dartmouth 68-65.

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Men’s basketball earns Ivy League weekend sweep

February 25, 2019 Comments are Disabled

The men’s basketball team earned crucial victories over Harvard and Dartmouth this weekend, drawing the Bears closer to an Ivy League tournament berth. The win over Harvard Friday was the Bears’ first victory against the Crimson in 20 matchups spanning almost ten years.

The Bears’ win against Dartmouth was their first Ivy League victory of the season. The squad was previously defeated twice by the Yale Bulldogs, who beat them 70-67 and 79-71 in Providence and New Haven, respectively. The men’s basketball team will next host Penn and Princeton at the Pizzitola Sports Center in a double header.

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Bears defeat Big Green, fall to Crimson

February 4, 2019 Comments are Disabled

The men’s basketball team split their back-to-back this weekend against Dartmouth and Harvard, overcoming a seven-point deficit in the final four minutes to defeat the Big Green, but faltering in a blowout loss to the Crimson.

Midfielder Rodrigo D’Andrea ’20 rushes to celebrate the game-winning goal with his teammates. With the crucial victory, the Bears move to 1-2 in conference play and 6-5 overall this season.

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Men’s soccer stuns Harvard in OT

October 14, 2018 Comments are Disabled

The men’s soccer team earned its first Ivy League win of the season after netting a dramatic overtime goal against Harvard Saturday night at Stevenson-Pincince Field.

Tight end Anton Casey ’19 catches a touchdown pass under the lights against Harvard Friday. The touchdown trimmed the Crimson lead to just seven points in the fourth quarter, and Casey finished the game with four catches, 64 yards and a score.

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Bears’ valiant comeback falls short against Crimson

September 23, 2018 Comments are Disabled

Moral victories are not often desired in sports, but as the football team walked off of the field following a 31-17 loss to Harvard Friday night, the Bears could hold their heads high.