FOOTBALL | Wake up, it’s time for football

Coach Tom Williams: He came, he saw, and he conquered. Or, at least, he revolutionized the way football players’ daily lives are affected by the sport. And he did it all by cavalierly doing away with afternoon practice. Contributing reporter Christine Slomka explains how the Sons of Eli are handling the changeover to an entirely […]

VOLLEYBALL | Love of the game drives volleyball star

Alexis Crusey ’10 is no stranger to dominating play, as she proved Saturday when she slammed down nine of the Bulldogs’ 10 kills in the game against Colorado. After an auspicious start to her senior season, the California native and Berkeley College member talks to the News about what draws her to the sport, her […]

SAILING | Sailors brave windy conditions

The sailing team braved fickle weather conditions and strong currents to place third overall in the Charleston Spring Intersectional hosted by the College of Charleston, accumulating a total of 133 points over the course of 24 total races Saturday and Sunday. Two teams competed in the co-ed competition. Skipper Joseph Morris ’12, along with crew […]

Feingold speaks of change

Sen. Russ Feingold’s lecture yesterday did not go exactly as planned — in fact, he did not even make it to the lecture hall. Feingold, Democrat of Wisconsin, argued before an audience of 150 at the Law School that the nation must repair what he called the “scar” left by the Bush administration on the […]