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Jim Acheson

Not many people in the stands are watching the game. The day is warm, the beer cool, and the football

Water Polo Team Splits Pair at Yale

The Crimson water polo team this weekend took another step toward establishing itself as an Eastern power. In a four-team

Taxi Driver: Tales of a Nocturnal Veteran

A lone figure, hands buried in his pockets, fumbles around the bend in Mass. Ave. near Dudley House. Hunched and

UCLA Gives Hosts 29-5 Polo Lesson

We didn't expect to win. We came out there with nothing to lose and everything to gain, and I think

Crimson Meets UCLA Tonight In Water Polo

It's not often (fortunately for Harvard teams) that a UCLA squad travels 3000 miles to compete with the Crimson. But

Water Polo to Debut Tonight

Harvard's water polo team will dive into the depths of its first varsity season tonight at Blodgett Pool, trying to

Kat Taylor: Injured Captain Gains Through Pains

Senior year should be the pinnacle for a college athlete, but for fleet-footed Kat Taylor, the final leg of her

Eldo Kim
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News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
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Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

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Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

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