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Gregory B. Michnikov

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Flying High
Football

Football Downs Columbia in Preseason Scrimmage

Some familiar names were missing when the Harvard football team took the field for the first time since its Ivy

Men's Basketball

M. Hoops Suffers Another Heartbreaking Ivy Loss

NEW HAVEN, Conn.—The opponents were different. The gyms were different. But the results were eerily similar. For the third time

Men's Basketball

Timely Contributions Spur M. Basketball to Victory

Harvard knew that in order to beat Princeton for the first time in 11 tries, it would need someone to

Men's Basketball

M. Basketball Drops Tight Contest to Columbia

NEW YORK, N.Y.—Answer: A bounce, a call or a roll. Question: What did the Harvard men’s basketball team need Sunday

Men's Basketball

Cusworth Back for Ivy Victory

Down the stretch, Dartmouth guard Michael Lang refused to miss. So when the game was on the line, the Harvard

Men's Basketball

M. Hoops Wins Ivy Opener

Down the stretch, Dartmouth guard Michael Lang refused to miss. So when the game was on the line, the Harvard

Men's Basketball

AOTW: Healthy Cusworth New Key to Frontcourt

Coming into the season, predictions about the success of the Harvard men’s basketball team’s inside game were guarded but optimistic.

CUS HE CAN
Men's Basketball

Harvard, Cusworth Push Past Rival Northeastern

Harvard has an extra reason to give thanks this year. A balanced offensive attack capped by senior guard Kevin Rogus’

Men's Basketball

Harvard, Cusworth Push Past Rival Northeastern

Harvard has an extra reason to give thanks this year. A balanced offensive attack capped by senior guard Kevin Rogus’

Men's Basketball

M. HOOPS NOTEBOOK: Steals Still Hurting Crimson

For the second straight game, the Harvard men’s basketball team trailed early on but managed to claw back for a

A First-year Advising Plan

“A brand new athletics center! No Lit and Arts B Requirement! Maybe even a student center! Wow! I can’t wait

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Dispatch drummer Brad Corrigan and guitarists Pete Heimbold and Chad Urmston played at the Somerville Theater last night.

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Dispatch will play for the last time tomorrow afternoon at the Hatch Shell in Boston.

Keeping in Touch

By this time next week, Harvard will be out of sight for many members of the Class of 2004. However,

Men's Soccer

MLS’s Revolution Dominates Harvard in Scrimmage at Ohiri Field

On Friday afternoon, the Harvard’s men’s soccer team got a chance to see how the pros do it up close

The Oval
Scrutiny

Seeing Red: Stanford v. Harvard

blood handprint
Arts

Dead Letter: The Aesthetics of Horror

Election Strategy
Columns

Where Did All The Ideas Go?

Free Time
Columns

In Search of Lost Time