Law firm of Winston & Strawn, led by Jeffrey Kessler, files letter with University president seeking reinstatement of varsity teams.
Lawyer Jeffrey Kessler of Winston & Strawn alleges violations of Rhode Island law in University decision-making, communications.
The College Squash Association (CSA) is the governing body overseeing all intercollegiate varsity squash in the United States.
Members of squash, ski, track and field teams reflect on Brown’s decision to cut 11 varsity athletic teams.
U.S. Squash's article on behalf of the brown varsity squash program: Brown Shocks the College Squash World; Squash Leads College Sports in Equal Opportunity, Academic Qualifications, Diversity and Inclusion.
Op-ed in support of the Brown Varsity Squash programs by rising juniors Abby Dichter '22 and Sara Syed '22.
In this Op-ed by Maximo Moyer '21, he asks, "Why are our teams, with only 15 recruits and no financial strain on the department, being made the scapegoat for the entire Athletic Department's incompetencies?".
Op-ed denouncing the cut of 11 varsity programs, by captains Alexa Jacobs '21, Catherine Kimmel '21, and Maximo Moyer '21. In their article, the 11 cut teams receive support from 26 of the remaining 29 varsity teams.
The Brown Daily Herald's initial report of announcement of the "excellence" initiative.
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