As the world grapples with the wide-reaching effects of the coronavirus, sports, for the moment, have been effectively canceled.
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Recent Harvard graduate Jeremy Lin is expected to sign a two-year deal with the Golden State Warriors, according to ESPN, making him the first Ivy League player in the NBA since 2002. Lin wasn't picked in the draft, but he impressed during his time on the Dallas Mavericks' summer league team, even going toe-to-toe with No. 1 overall pick John Wall. Lin hasn't been the only Ivy player featured in this year's summer league, though.more Cornell grad and Ivy Player of the Year Ryan Wittman played for both the Celtics' summer squad and for the Knicks' (though they spelled his name incorrectly on his jersey). Outside the class of 2010, two other former Ivy players have appeared on summer league rosters. Brian Cusworth, Harvard '07, was on the Hornets' squad, while Penn alum Ibby Jaaber suited up for the Lakers. Other Ivy players have found professional success outside of the NBA. Wittman's classmates Louis Dale, Jeff Foote, and Jon Jaques have all signed with foreign teams. Columbia's own Jason Miller, CC '09, and K.J. Matsui have made their mark abroad as well....
It's late. You're up. This stuff is entertaining. Chekkit. Random of randoms: Doineedajacket.com. I'll let you guess what it tells you. You are welcome. Along the Ivy: Ivy League colleges have gotten insanely harder to get into. Let's go back to the nineties! Can anyone spot me a fanny pack? Flashed spotlight: Erin Quinn, BC '17: Spectrum: What do you do if you wave to someone and it's not who you thought? EQ: I, like, awkwardly put my hand behind my thing and, like, mumble to myself. And by thing, I mean my back. Spectrum: Describe your life in a Beyoncé lyric. EQ: "Drunk in Love." Spectrum: As a Barnard bartender, what's the most requested drink at your events? EQ: Gin and tonic. Spectrum: What was your most memorable stranger interaction? EQ: A homeless man asked me to marry him once. Spectrum: What did you say? EQ: "Another time." more Reality check: Starbucks has stopped buying coffee because it's gotten too expensive ... LOLZ, as if that ever stopped college students. Food ? love: Students at AU are using Tinder to give each other meal swipes. Brilliant. The end: Spec's sports editor and a Sportscast co-host talked with Troy Murphy, a former NBA player currently studying in GS:...
Former NBA player Troy Murphy recently sat down with Eli Schultz, Spectator sports editor, and Steve Frankoski, CC ’15, Sportscast co-host, to discuss his professional basketball career as well as his transition into life as a student at Columbia University. Stay tuned for part two, which will test both Frankoski and Murphy’s skills on the court....