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Fans celebrate Italy’s win over France in the World Cup final on Sunday, July 9, in New York City’s Little Italy.

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SNACK TIME

Contestants compete at the 2006 Nathan's National Hot Dog Eating Contest, held on Tuesday on Coney Island, New York. Takeru "Tsunami" Kobayashi, right, won the contest by eating 53 and 3/4 hot dogs in 12 minutes.

Baseball

MALE BREAKOUT ATHLETE OF THE YEAR RUNNER UP: Ambidexterous Senior Pitcher Redefined as Powerful Slugger

Just when you thought a baseball player couldn’t get any more multitalented, Matt Brunnig found new life for both his

Baseball

SIDEBAR: Stunned Crimson deals with disappointment, loss as 2005 Ivy Championship becomes a distant memory

On Saturday afternoon, twenty-nine baseball players stared out onto an empty diamond. Twenty-nine minds silently replayed a loss, a mistake,

Baseball

Day One: Haviland Outduels Big Green

With the sun shining and the division crown a mere two wins away, the Harvard baseball team entered its final

Baseball

Harvard Splits Against Dartmouth

With the sun shining and the division crown a mere two wins away, the Harvard baseball team entered its final

Baseball

Injuries Mount Right as Ivy Season Hits Climactic End

Harvard’s injury bug is turning into something of an epidemic. Junior second baseman Brendan Byrne will be out for the

Baseball

NOTEBOOK: Pitching Duo Finds Success Back-to-Back

For seniors Javy Castellanos and Matt Brunnig, a day like yesterday has been a long time coming. Castellanos (2-3) pitched

Baseball

'BLO IT RIGHT BY 'EM: Fans at Harvard Exercise Right to Democracy

Thank god Harvard isn’t like the World Baseball Classic. I say this not because I dislike diversity, baseball, globalization, or

THE GIVER
Baseball

BASEBALL '06: Armed and Dangerous

Some high school trophies occupy a special place in the heart, a warm space cordoned off for sentimentality and success.

Baseball

'BLO IT RIGHT BY 'EM: Welcome to Our World, Ozzie

Like it or not, everyone has a take on Harvard. Your neighbor seems impressed that you go here, for one.

Field Hockey

Despite disappointing season in the Ivies, Harvard earns three nominations in postseason awards.

Although the Harvard field hockey team (6-11, 2-5 Ivy) met a disappointing end in 2005, three Crimson players now have

ALL ON THE FIELD
Field Hockey

Season-Defining Win Slips Past Harvard

After 11 tries, it looked like this would be it. After 11 tries, 11 almosts and should-have-beens, the Harvard field

No Longer Playing Doctor

Everything you need to know is found within this photograph. Its color has dimmed by now. The picture’s browns and

TOSS SWEEP

BLO' IT RIGHT BY 'EM: Foxboro Trip a History Lesson

Before the game, before the tailgate, before the Budweiser Bus and free t-shirts and strains of rock music blaring over

Eldo Kim
Crime

News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

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Track and Cross Country

Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

Protest
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