Gabriel M. Velez

Men's Soccer

PARTING SHOTS: Lessons Learned, On the Beat and On the Field

As I have heard, there are three keys to having a successful career as the Harvard men’s ultimate frisbee club

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Women's Ice Hockey

Third-Period Rally Salvages Weekend Split

So far this season, the story at home for the No. 4 Harvard women’s hockey team had been bend, but

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Women's Ice Hockey

Clash of ECAC Titans Ends in Draw

No. 4 Dartmouth’s big guns scored and those of the No. 5 Harvard women’s hockey team did not on Friday

Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Hockey Barely Misses ECAC Lead, Ties Dartmouth

No. 4 Dartmouth’s big guns scored and those of the No. 5 Harvard women’s hockey team did not on Friday

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Women's Ice Hockey

Martin, Women's Hockey's Defense Blank Bobcats

Going into the sin bin is no fun, but sometimes coming out can be just the trick to ignite an

Awesome Olympian
Women's Ice Hockey

Olympic Teammates to Face Off in Crucial ECAC Matchup

As most teenagers can attest, the quality of pick-up games is often abysmally low. But when No. 5 Dartmouth and

Women's Ice Hockey

No. 6 Crimson Reflects on Season's Meetings

The December holidays and the New Year are a time to reflect on the past, and consider change for the

SCORING MACHINE
Women's Ice Hockey

Strange Days

When the No. 4 Harvard women’s hockey team scored its first goal off the back of No. 3 New Hampshire

Men's Soccer

Harvard's Dilemma: To Root For UCLA?

It’s a classic dilemma in sports: do you root for the team that beat your team? Both sides are clear

BRIT LARGE
Women's Ice Hockey

Double Vision: Martin, Harvard sweep aside rival Bulldogs with persistence in goal

For the full sixty minutes of hockey on Friday night, the No. 5 Harvard women’s hockey team looked like a

Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Hockey Takes Game One Versus Duluth

For the full sixty minutes of hockey on Friday night, the No. 5 Harvard women’s hockey team looked like national

Women's Ice Hockey

Stiff Tests Loom in a Cruel December

T.S. Eliot wrote: “April is the cruelest month.” For the Harvard women’s hockey team, it might be December. That’s because

Women's Ice Hockey

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: JENNY BRINE ’09

She may not be the biggest name on the Harvard women’s hockey team, but she is definitely its youngest star

Men's Soccer

Ultimate Tailgate Potential With Soccer Victory

This Saturday, the Crimson faithful might not have to choose between the tailgate and The Game. And no, it’s not

Men's Soccer

One Down, Five to Go as Crimson Advances

The Harvard men’s soccer team was the top-scoring team in the country during the regular season for a reason. After

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Scrutiny

Arrested Divestment

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art

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Columns

ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining
Columns

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty