March Madness

‘Chipotle Challengers’: The chain restaurant that powered one freshman’s March Madness bracket to the top

Freshman Kyle Puckett used each men’s basketball team’s distance from Chipotle to build a bracket that was briefly fourth in the world.

and | Staff Reporters

Men’s basketball seeks to overcome previous playoff struggles in opening rounds of March Madness

This weekend, Wash. U. men’s basketball will get another chance at playoff success.

| Senior Sports Editor

Student body disappointed over NCAA tournament confusion

Though Selection Sunday normally has no meaning on the Washington University campus (unless Selection Sunday applies to how many times you will hit the snooze button on your alarm clock or how many wristbands you’ll steal for more Bear’s Den brunch), a hubbub ensued after three pre-medical school students discovered that a university in St.

J’cletus Grabowski | apostrophe aficionado

StudLife EIC overthrown in dramatic social media coup

Surrounded by other Student Life staffers pretending to work on their articles at the office computers, Michael Crabb was under unknowing siege. The paper’s former editor-in-chief, Crabb was forcibly overthrown in a brutal social media attack Sunday, organized by a vexed and outraged staff.

Mort Mertgerng | Finally has a byline

Breaking down the March Madness underdogs

There is no weekend in sports quite like the first weekend of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship. But sometimes the second weekend of the tournament comes pretty close. Last weekend gave us several stunning upsets, setting us up with some intriguing matchups in the Sweet 16 on Thursday and Friday and, in turn, the Elite 8 on Saturday and Sunday.

| Senior Sports Editor

Madness the Wash. U. way

It’s that time of year again—and something really strange is happening.

The 2013 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Bracket

March Madness is upon us, and we at the Student Life Sports section are as excited as Tim Tebow joining the New York Jets. That means we are excited enough to put a little bit on the line. We want to see if anybody at Washington University can beat us in a bracket challenge.

| Managing Editor

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