January 22, 2014

Sports

Of all the Ivy League schools, I’ve always held a special distaste for Cornell. It’s hard to say why, exactly. Maybe it’s that my enduring image of the school will always be Andy Bernard (“I went to Cornell.

Junior forward Alex Rosenberg has been in top form the past few weeks.

The fencing teams performed well in their return to regular competition.

Both squash teams were busy over the break.

The men's and women's swimming and diving teams swept the Big Red.

Some injuries did not stop No. 42 men's tennis.

The indoor track teams started their seasons over the weekend.

Athletic Director M. Dianne Murphy announced on Tuesday that the veteran coach would be moving on.

The wrestling team beat Gardner Webb and American in Washington, D.C.

News

Barnard Dean Avis Hinkson informed students of Brown's departure in an email sent Tuesday afternoon. He will be Swarthmore’s vice president for finance and administration beginning in June.

The newly formed University Event Management Student Events Advisory Committee will meet weekly with Joseph Ricciutti, executive director of UEM, to open up communication and increase the availability of spaces for student groups.

After a harrowing couple of weeks in which three pedestrians died in the 96th Street and Broadway region, Community Board 7 is looking to make both immediate and long-term changes.

Local activists keen on making a stretch of Morningside Avenue safer for pedestrians hope recent accidents and a renewed citywide concern for road safety will provide the political will to move a long-awaited traffic-calming plan for the avenue forward.

Opinion

Work-study falls short of providing the responsibilities necessary for future job applications.

Our moralistic passion is too often directed at the wrong targets—like hapless elevator-goers.

A truly healthy relationship between representatives and constituents can only be fostered if CCSC learns to critique, as well as praise, itself.