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STRAIGHT CLOWNIN': O’Hagan and That Other Guy

It’s unfair to compare the recently-tested sophomore against the 2005 graduate and current NFLer. Sophomore quarterback Liam O’Hagan has all


Sailing Qualifies for Nationals

The Harvard sailing team doesn’t launch sloops from its boathouse on the Lower Basin of the Charles, but that didn’t


Back in Business

WORCESTER, Mass.—Warm weather wasn’t the only reason No. 19 Harvard was sweating in Saturday’s game against Holy Cross. The Crusaders


FOOTBALL PREVIEW 2005: Crimson Takes Changes In Stride, Says Captain

The Crimson had a chat with Harvard captain Erik Grimm, the 6’5, 270 lb. stalwart defensive end. Q: What does


FOOTBALL PREVIEW 2005: The New No. 1: Mazza is Ready To Be ‘The Guy’

As junior wide receiver Corey Mazza pedaled his bicycle back to the Quad during football preseason this fall, he got


FOOTBALL PREVIEW 2005: All Eyes On Him

Junior tailback Clifton Dawson is an unlikely celebrity. With a reputation for being private, laconic, and modest, he isn’t one


Sailing Kicks off Fall Season

The Harvard sailing team was on the water before all but a handful of students were back in Cambridge, hauling

DNA Sequencing Becomes Cheaper

The cost of decoding the blueprint of life on Earth may drop dramatically, thanks to recent research conducted at the


SPORTS BRIEF: Ivy Games Will Be Satellite-Broadcast

Owing to a deal announced Monday, Harvard sports fans from coast to coast will now be able to follow the


Crimson Voted Second In Ivy Media Poll

What do you call a squad that went undefeated last season, won its league championship, and this season will return

For HLS Grad, a Titillating Campaign

The odds are stacked against 1991 Harvard Law School graduate Victor A. Bernace in his race for a seat on



The Department of Government moved yesterday from Littauer Center in the North Yard to a new location at the Center for Government and International Study, pictured above, on Cambridge Street.

University Sees Renovation Blitz

Students no longer stroll along the much-traversed sidewalk between Thayer Hall and Memorial Church, now closed off from traffic by

Union Disputes Contracts

Chanting spirited slogans and banging noisily on pots and pans, a crowd of approximately 25 janitors and union representatives traced


Students Flex Culinary Muscles

Clam chowder and the dependable Chickwich took backseats to shrimp showpieces Wednesday night, as four teams of Summer School students