Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Sports Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by ByMarc Tracy Oct. 26, 2018 HANOVER, N.H. — The earliest football game between two eventual members of the Ivy League came when Columbia played Yale in 1872. Dartmouth’s football team had its first intercollegiate game in 1881, several years before the sport was formally introduced at Ohio State and Alabama. This is supposedly the league of football the way it once was. But today, in this northern outpost of the Ancient Eight, a program soaked in football’s past is trying to drag the sport into the future. In 2010, the Big Green eliminated tackling in all practices — even preseason camp and spring ball. Coach Buddy Teevens likes to say that a freshman will play four years without being tackled by another Dartmouth player. The N.C.A.A. has since recommended dialing back contact … [Read more...] about The Ivy League Becomes the Future of Football
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Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Brooke Lea Foster April 09, 2015 WHEN ANA BARROS first stepped into Harvard Yard as a freshman, she felt so out of place she might as well have had the words “low income” written on her forehead. A girl from Newark doesn’t belong in a place like Harvard, she thought, as she marveled at how green the elms were, how quaint the cobblestone streets. Back home, where her family lives in a modest house bought from Habitat for Humanity, there wasn’t always money for groceries, and the world seemed gray, sirens blaring at all hours. Her parents, who immigrated to the New York area from Colombia before she was born, spoke Spanish at home. It was at school that Barros learned English. A petite 5-foot-2 with high cheekbones and a head of model-worthy hair, Barros found out in an e-mail that she’d been accepted to Harvard — a full … [Read more...] about What is it like to be poor at an Ivy League school?
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Jamie L. LaReau Detroit Free Press Published 12:46 p.m. UTC Jul 25, 2018 University of California, Berkeley student Ryan Cosner could be earning a hefty paycheck working at a trendy California technology company this summer, but he chose to come to Dearborn for an internship at Ford Motor Co. instead. Cosner, 21, is not interested in Silicon Valley despite his emphasis in studying mechanical engineering and technology. He, and many college students like him, prefer to take a spin with a car company. "One of my good friends, he's an electrical engineer, he's never turned a wrench in his life, but he loves the idea of autonomous vehicles," Cosner said. "I grew up working on cars, I am interested in AVs too. I am kind of a gearhead and he's a tech whiz, but we're both landing in the same spot on AV." Cosner's pal, a fellow Berkeley student, interned at General Motors last summer.GM and Ford are increasingly recruiting … [Read more...] about How GM and Ford fight Silicon Valley, and each other, for intern talent