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Nye Decries 'Hard Power' U.S. Foreign Policy

In his final days as dean of the Kennedy School of Government, Dean Joseph S. Nye told students and colleagues

WANG COMES UP HUGE
Women's Tennis

W. Tennis Hits Stride in Ivy Play

The Harvard women’s tennis team leveled its season record, sweeping Cornell and Columbia this weekend at the Murr Center. The

CASEY AT THE BAT
Women's Lacrosse

W. Lacrosse Can't Capitalize

Struggling with its fundamentals, the Harvard women’s lacrosse team fought both itself and opponent Connecticut, but ultimately lost 10-4. Continually

HUGH-GE WINS
Women's Water Polo

W. Water Polo Wins Three

The Harvard women’s water polo team knocked off Ivy rival and No. 18 Brown in an exciting game to complete

Wrestling

Shorthanded Wrestling Oudueled at Lone Star

Injuries forced Harvard wrestling to begin its dual-meet season focused on individual performances, not team scores. Despite notable showings by

Women's Ice Hockey

W. Hockey Opens Home Season With Niagara

At full force for the first time this season, Harvard’s women’s hockey team hopes to notch a pair of wins

Football

Wide Open: Football Has Holes at Wide Receiver

It’s been hard enough for Harvard coach Tim Murphy to find bodies to provide adequate protection for his quarterbacks this

Previews

New Ticket Policy Irks Ithaca Faithful, Opens up Seats for Harvard Fans

Any student who has stood through three periods at the Bright Hockey center to watch Cornell’s fans chant “Sieve!” at

COLV-IN THE MIX
Women's Soccer

Women’s Soccer Drops 3-2 Battle To Brown

Saturday afternoon, the women’s soccer team battled Brown in an intense contest at Ohiri Field, but fell 3-2 on an

Sailing

Coed Sailing Continues Dominance Despite Fickle New England Weather

The weather could not have been more different from day to day this weekend as top-ranked Harvard coed sailing team

Men's Soccer

M. Soccer Confident After Tying Cornell 1-1

Perhaps it was just luck. Or perhaps Cornell just had too much spirit on its side as it faced the

Men's Soccer

Chandis Fires Up Soccer, Lacrosse

There’s a lot more to junior Zach Chandis than simply being an intense soccer defenseman. He also plays lacrosse. Being

Field Hockey

Field Hockey Takes Early Lead, Dominates UNH

Eleven minutes into the women’s field hockey game against New Hampshire at Jordan Field last night, junior midfielder Shelley Maasdorp

Previews

Dawson Speeds Onto RB Scene

Come November 22 down in New Haven, Conn., the average Harvard student is going to want the same thing that

Men's Soccer

Keeping at It

Playing 90 minutes of college soccer is no easy task. It takes stamina, awareness and talent. But it’s even more

Dance at the fair
Freshmen

Survey Part I: Get To Know Harvard’s Class of 2018

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An Evil Woman

Academic Fair at the Plaza
On Campus

Opening Days

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