Aislinn McManus

Club/Intramural Sports, Sports

Slogans denied; interest declines

SportsFest, the popular University of Miami competition where the university’s five residential colleges and commuter students face off, was plagued by declining interest this year. The University Village took home the title for the first time when the games were held last weekend. Freshman Maggie Dickey, who lives on the seventh floor of Stanford’s Walsh…

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