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Rebecca A. Seesel

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Baseball

PARTING SHOTS: Learning the Value of A Harvard Education

This spring, Harvard gave me money for a post-graduate trip to research baseball, which is basically akin to giving a

Endpaper

Laughter or Tears?

Several weeks ago, in the throes of New York apartment hunting, I called a man who had advertised a reasonably

Men's Ice Hockey

Coach Donato's Broken Promise

One cold February day, across the frozen Charles River, in the belly of the Bright Hockey Center, a Harvard coach

Men's Ice Hockey

SPORTS BRIEF: Former Harvard Hockey Captains Traded to Minnesota and Florida

The NHL’s Pittsburgh Penguins cleaned house before yesterday’s trade deadline, shipping off both the 107th and 109th captains of the

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Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Defeats ECAC Rival Cornell

The Harvard men’s hockey team ended its regular season in the Bright Hockey Center in style Saturday evening, downing league

Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Offense Falters in Key ECAC Defeat

NEW HAVEN, Conn.—There was little small talk to be made in the belly of the Yale Whale on Friday evening.

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Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Back in the Pack

Without missing a beat Saturday night, junior forward Alex Meintel explained that the pucks were “just kind of finding the

Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Sweeps Into Break

The Harvard men’s hockey team started off the New Year with a pair of wins in the Capital District, beating

Ghostriding His Volvo, for a Cause

“When you get a new car and you’re feeling like a star, whatcha gonna do?” raps Mistah F.A.B., an Oakland-born

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Senior goaltender Justin Tobe—shown here in earlier action—made 24 saves, including three in overtime. But Vermont forward Dean Strong was able to slip the puck into the net late in the extra frame.

Men's Ice Hockey

‘Bounces just aren’t going our way,” laments captain after crosstown loss

BOSTON—Things only got worse for the Harvard men’s hockey team last night, as the Crimson lost its third consecutive game,

Football

SEES AND DESIST: Watching For The Very First Time

I am a senior, and I have never been to The Game. Freshman laziness kept me from the Yale Bowl

Men's Ice Hockey

Freshman Richter Earns First Victory Against Crosstown Rival

Goaltender Kyle Richter earned his first collegiate win in style last night, stopping 36 shots in Harvard’s 4-0 win over

Previews

HOCKEY PREVIEW 2006-07: Family Ties

Luong Du fled Saigon, Vietnam, when he was 17, stopping in a Malaysian refugee camp before making it to Edmonton,

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Free Time
Columns

In Search of Lost Time

Photo Man
Ivy League

Beyond The Silver Screen

Larry, In His Element
Scrutiny

Professor Summers

Data Sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization