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The art of socializing

The quarantine has taught us many, many things. Like working from home isn’t as cool as it seems. Or that Animal Crossing is apparently still a thing. It has also taught us that we are people that need each other. And that while this situation is far from ideal, the fact that we still have access to one another is something to be grateful for.

Danny Hampton scored Princeton's only goal against Brown. Photo Credit: Jack Graham / The Daily Princetonian

Men's soccer falls short in double-overtime, draws 1–1 with Brown

Playing against the Brown Bears (1–6–2 overall, 0–1–1 Ivy League) in Providence, R.I. this Saturday, men’s soccer (6–3–1, 0–1–1) faced 110 minutes of adversity. They conceded a 13th-minute goal to the lower-ranked Bears, earned four yellow cards in the span of 18 minutes, lost two starters — one to a red card, the other to injury — and suffered through an excruciating double overtime. In all, even senior forward Danny Hampton’s 87th-minute goal was not enough to energize the Tigers; the game ended in a 1–1 draw. 

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