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  • In unlikely basketball odyssey, Varun Ram goes from River Hill to Comcast Center

    COLLEGE PARK — Maryland point guard Varun Ram used to get stares from opposing guards who thought they could dominate him on the court. When he played at River Hill in Clarksville and with a Howard County-based Amateur Athletic Union team, Ram...
  • Trinity Women's Soccer Team Sets Team Record, Advances To NESCAC Semifinals

    The Trinity women’s soccer team (12-3) set a program record for victories in a season, and won a NESCAC tournament game for the first time, with a 2-1 quarterfinal victory Saturday over Amherst. The fourth-seeded Bantams will play No. 2 Williams, at...
  • Penn State, Lehigh and ESU all ranked in Lambert/Meadowlands Cup polls

     
    The second batch of Lambert/Meadowlands polls were released on Monday, evaluating the top teams in all divisons in Eastern collegiate football. Here's the release: ECAC RELEASES SECOND LAMBERT MEADOWLANDS FOOTBALL POLL OF 2013 CENTERVILLE, Mass. -- The...
  • Chef of the Moment: Milo & Olive's Erin Eastland likes fries in her burrito

    Chef of the Moment: Milo & Olive's Erin Eastland likes fries in her burrito
    Erin Eastland, fan of microplanes and Broadway musicals, is the new executive chef at Santa Monica restaurant Milo & Olive, after a seven-year tenure at Cube Cafe on La Brea Avenue. Born in Syracuse, N.Y., Eastland graduated from Trinity College in...
  • Executive profile: William Bickford

    Executive profile: William Bickford
    While a student at Trinity College, William Bickford and his roommate spent many nights talking about their passion for architecture and how to best forge a path to professional success and personal happiness. Bickford wanted to be married by age 30. He...
  • Maryland Madness' return to Cole Field House gives current Terps 'goose bumps'

    Maryland Madness' return to Cole Field House gives current Terps 'goose bumps'
    A nearly 60-year-old basketball arena called Cole Field House was transformed into a hot, crowded, ear-deafening time capsule Friday night. It could have been 1969, the year Lefty Driesell arrived from Davidson filled with bluster and bravado and...
  • Pleasant Valley Drive-In Struggling To Stay Open In Digital Age

    Pleasant Valley Drive-In Struggling To Stay Open In Digital Age
    Movies are in Donna McGrane's blood. Many years ago at Pleasant Valley Drive-In in Barkhamsted, her mother worked in the kitchen and her father ran the projectors. So McGrane was heartbroken Monday when she found out that the drive-in she runs with...
  • 'The Grand Parade' Comes to Trinity College Oct. 3-5

    'The Grand Parade' Comes to Trinity College Oct. 3-5
    The maverick, ever-imaginative Double Edge Theatre Company has its home base on a farm in Ashfield, Massachusetts. There, it feeds and houses an ensemble of theater folk, holds classes, and stages popular summer productions in which the drama often spills...
  • Third Annual Hartford New Music Festival Begins Tonight

    Over the years, the term “new music” has taken on a range of loaded meanings. Here’s one more: sandwiches. On Sunday, Kevin Good, a junior at the Hartt School of Music, performs a marathon solo concert at the Charter Oak Cultural Center...
  • The Hartford New Music Festival Takes Over Downtown

    The Hartford New Music Festival Takes Over Downtown
    Over the years, the term "new music" has taken on a range of loaded meanings. Here's one more: sandwiches. On Sunday, Kevin Good, a junior at the Hartt School of Music, performed a marathon solo concert at the Charter Oak Cultural Center in Hartford. It...
  • Push On To Curb Wild Fraternities

    Incidents at two Connecticut colleges — and others — show that institutions of higher learning must do more to curb the negative behavior typically associated with fraternity membership. •A former Wesleyan University student who says...