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Women’s swim and dive finish off strong on the third day of the invitational.
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Men’s and women’s swim and dive come second at the three-day Big Al invitational, break school records

Women’s and men’s swim and dive competed this past weekend at the three-day Big Al invitational, with both teams finishing second, behind the University of Utah. The men’s team scored 1015.5 points while the women’s team scored 849.

Women’s and men’s swim and dive competed this past weekend at the three-day Big Al invitational, with both teams finishing second, behind the University of Utah. The men’s team scored 1015.5 points while the women’s team scored 849.


Walker Gillespie shot against Rutgers.
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Men’s soccer upsets No. 20 Cornell for 6th straight win, could clinch Ivy win next weekend

Walker Gillespie and Daniel Diaz Bonilla scored as men’s soccer took down No. 20 Cornell 2–1 on Saturday to win their 6th straight game and stay atop the Ivy League standings. The Tigers are now 5–0 and have a chance to clinch first place in the Ivy League next weekend with a win at Penn. 

Walker Gillespie and Daniel Diaz Bonilla scored as men’s soccer took down No. 20 Cornell 2–1 on Saturday to win their 6th straight game and stay atop the Ivy League standings. The Tigers are now 5–0 and have a chance to clinch first place in the Ivy League next weekend with a win at Penn. 


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USG announces 2025 Class Council results

Five new Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Class Councilors have been elected for the class of 2025: Kimberly Cross ’25, Gil Joseph ’25, Diya Kraybill ’25, Stephen Padlo ’25, and Ben Wachspress ’25. Results were announced via email on Oct. 8.

Five new Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Class Councilors have been elected for the class of 2025: Kimberly Cross ’25, Gil Joseph ’25, Diya Kraybill ’25, Stephen Padlo ’25, and Ben Wachspress ’25. Results were announced via email on Oct. 8.


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