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Subject: Re: Two Brown Ivy League Championships

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Date Posted: 13:43:06 11/07/21 Sun
In reply to: ivy guy 's message, "Two Brown Ivy League Championships" on 09:54:55 11/07/21 Sun

For those not really focused on “minor” sports, these should be seen in a context that Bruno has won a total of six Ivy championships over the prior ten years. A very serious step forward.

As good a time as any to also congratulate the fall’s other Ivy champs, Harvard’s field hockey and women’s cross-country teams, and Princeton’s men’s soccer and cross-country teams. Really great to see everybody up and running.

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Date Posted: 14:22:31 11/07/21 Sun

I agree with the sentiments above. Brown's two fall championships are no small achievement.

The good news is that this shows, yes, it can be done. The bad news is that this turn of events undermines those who say it can't.

The most common response to problems in this country, whether the triviality of losing sports teams or serious social inequities, is complaining and assigning of blame. That feels good, but the best response is just getting to work. Bravo Bruno.

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