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Triple Team
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Tragic Injury, Offensive Struggles Mar Season Opener

The Crimson came into the season’s inaugural matchup with history on its side. Not only had Harvard never lost to the Rams, but also the Crimson had won the past two matchups by at least 30 points.

Rallying
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Men’s Tennis Has Strong Start to Season at Chowder Fest

This past weekend, the Harvard men’s tennis team opened its fall play with the annual Chowder Fest tournament at home. The Crimson hosted Buffalo, Notre Dame, and Wisconsin at the Beren Tennis Center throughout the three-day tournament.

Champion Again
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Athletics Department Pilots Student Marketing Program

Some student-athletes will be stepping into a new role as part of a new marketing initiative within the Athletics Department aimed at boosting game attendance and team awareness.

Economics 10 textbook
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After Criticism, Mankiw to Donate Textbook Royalties to Charity

In the Economics 10 syllabus, Mankiw wrote that he would now “donate to charity all royalties earned from Ec 10 students’ purchase of these materials.”

Thanksgiving Dinner on Campus
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HUDS Increases Locally-Sourced Offerings

​In addition to offering students new options like poutine and street tacos, Harvard University Dining Services has also increased its selection of locally-sourced foods this semester.

Spee Club Punch Event
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Spee Club Punch Event

Sophomore men and women stand outside the clubhouse of the Spee Wednesday evening, before the group's first punch event.

Lowell House Renovations
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Lowell House Renovations

Lowell House undergoes construction. The renovations are slated to last two years as the "largest and most complex renewal project thus far," according to Lowell faculty deans.

Student Involvement Fair
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OSL Places Over 50 Student Groups on Probation

Being on probation removes a group’s eligibility to apply for grant funding from the UC and prevents club members from reserving on-campus spaces.

Massachusetts Hall
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In Title IX Inquiry, Feds Likely Reviewing Harvard’s 2014 Policies

The government could still find Harvard in violation of Title IX more than three years after the Office for Civil Rights first launched the probe in April 2014.

Chem 17
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Organic Chemistry Problem Sets No Longer Graded

This fall, students in Chemistry 17: “Principles of Organic Chemistry” will have one less worry as they take on the notoriously difficult course: For the first time in three years, its problem sets will not be graded.

HBO No
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Philo and HBO Go No Longer Available to Harvard Students For Free

​Harvard students hoping to watch Daenerys Targaryen and the Lannisters battle for control of the seven kingdoms in the final season of “Game of Thrones” free of charge are out of luck.

Kappa Kappa Gamma
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Kappa Kappa Gamma May Close in Response to Sanctions

Harvard’s chapter of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority could shut down if the College goes through with its sanctions penalizing members in single-gender social groups.

First Day of CS50
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As Gen Ed Transitions, Unexpected Courses Fulfill Requirements

This change in the categorization of some classes is the byproduct of a transition to a new General Education system set to take full effect in the fall of 2018.

Hasty Pudding Theatricals Performs
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Women Audition for Hasty Pudding for Third Year, None Receive Callbacks

“We sign up, and take up a lot of their space, purposefully, because we want to make a point," said one woman who has auditioned for the Pudding cast for three years.

Behind Closed Doors - Final Clubs
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2014 Title IX Complaint Against Harvard Cited Final Clubs

A complaint that spurred a federal investigation into the College’s compliance with Title IX cited all-male final clubs as “major site[s] of sexual violence."