Flag Football: The Playoffs Are On

On a rainy Wednesday afternoon, the first round of the Flag Football playoffs brought both surprise and excitement.ÿ With a backdrop of solid sportsmanship by all, the four games each brought it’s own flavor to the inimitable HBS IM scene.ÿ In the RC bracket, it was a the surprise of the upset.ÿ Two less-heralded teams… Continue reading Flag Football: The Playoffs Are On

HBS SA – Weekly – Flag Football Week 5 Highlights

EC Game of the Week: OA over OE 26-20An epic battle arose in the final hours of the regular season of HBS Flag-Football 2010. With “Eye of the Tiger” playing in the background, OA took the field never in their whole time together having won a flag football game.ÿ More than few tough losses over… Continue reading HBS SA – Weekly – Flag Football Week 5 Highlights

Bad Weather Can't Keep the Class of 2007 Down

“Today, May 11, I’d like to introduce to you the 2006 Section Olympics Champion Section I,” prophesized Dave Burt during the Opening Ceremonies of the Section Olympics. Unfortunately for the other nine sections, he was right. Even the poor weather could not rain on the competitive spirits of all the Type A’s at HBS. “Put… Continue reading Bad Weather Can't Keep the Class of 2007 Down

OB's Perfect Season

It was four o’clock on a chilly Thursday afternoon. Four fearless OB warriors took to the gridiron against NG for the final showdown of the season. “We knew it all came down to this last game,” superstar defensive back Mani Saluja was quoted as saying. “Our perfect season was on the line. It was the… Continue reading OB's Perfect Season

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Monday, October 7, 2002 – OB emphasized the gulf in class within the IM Soccer League as they cast aside OH 5-4 with almost contemptuous ease at HBS to put the pressure back on OD. The match was over as a meaningful contest after just 10 minutes, with Miller striking twice to take his tally… Continue reading Full-time:

OB's Got Its MOJO Back!

Who can stop Section OB? After a performance which was simply stunning – yet stunningly simple in its execution – no-one is any closer to knowing the answer. Relentless in their pursuit of the ball and relentless in their use of it, they produced a master class as they continue to not only re-write the… Continue reading OB's Got Its MOJO Back!

Men's IM Basketball Final Fours Set

It all comes down to this…The A-League and B-League Men’s IM Basketball playoffs conclude this week in Shad, with play beginning tonight, Monday April 8th. Following are previews of the semifinal action: A-League NI vs. OENI, the #1 seed in the A-League playoff, tips off against tournament Cinderella OE, who, at the #12 seed, represents… Continue reading Men's IM Basketball Final Fours Set

OB "Sets" NK in Volleyball Opener

OB beat NK in a squeaker on opening night. Two sets: 15-11; 16-14. The team was led by super-setters Sandra Manolescu and Renata Dionello, along with support cast Roland Pan, Sandor Hau, Felix Danziger, and Tony Ling. Arguably the most critical support, however, came from the OB official cheerleader Kuka “for Cocoa Puffs” Elemesova who… Continue reading OB "Sets" NK in Volleyball Opener

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The Place to B

Welcome to the NB column. Here you will find the inside scoop on Club B (not the official nickname yet, but it will be if I get my way) just as often as I get around to writing it. I’m really excited to be serving as NB Harbus Rep and I hope to make you… Continue reading The Place to B

News from the Hive

The Bees had a great start to the year, welcoming the newbies (pun intended) to the Hive during their first week together with some hectic activity in old Aldrich 108. A few minutes before LEAD was over that Friday, Rafa Calderon, dressed in cleaners’ overalls, burst into the room with earphones on and started wiping… Continue reading News from the Hive

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Class Day Speakers Remember HBS Learning

Memories of life at HBS for the last two years and especially the classroom environment fostered by the school’s teaching philosophy were the hot topics among student speakers at this year’s HBS Class Day Wednesday. In the featured student address, Daniel Senor, OB, stressed the HBS’ teaching model’s heavy emphasis on peer learning, citing poet… Continue reading Class Day Speakers Remember HBS Learning

Class Day Speakers Remember HBS Learning

Memories of life at HBS for the last two years and especially the classroom environment fostered by the school’s teaching philosophy were the hot topics among student speakers at this year’s HBS Class Day Tuesday. In the featured student address, Daniel Senor, OB, stressed the HBS’ teaching model’s heavy emphasis on peer learning, citing poet… Continue reading Class Day Speakers Remember HBS Learning

Beez Face Off

The A-League and B-League teams of NB and OB faced each other in a match-up of class rivalry this past Tuesday. Trash talking was lobbed over the trenches before the start as Beez presidents’ Nick Lane and Tyler Morse bet free drinks for the winners. Heard in the NB locker room before the game, “Who… Continue reading Beez Face Off

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B's Prove Older is Better

In the battle of the sections, the Section B elders came away victorious and out scored the youngsters 52 to 27. OB’s relentless full court press and prolific scoring from the outside proved too much for the young Bees to handle. Once again Colin McCafferty led all scorers while Nick Lane was busy on the… Continue reading B's Prove Older is Better

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Alphabet Soup and Aussie Day, NC Style

Never before has the word “moreover” received a more careful and practiced enunciation than it did last week during Section C’s Alphabet Day. Not just “moreover”, but also “jointly,” “furthermore,” and most bizarrely, “Xerox.” Unfortunately, the rigors of A-B-C were too much for some C-ers to take, the author included. Most alphabetically-challenged were Katherine Mossman,… Continue reading Alphabet Soup and Aussie Day, NC Style