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One Final Edit: To Take the ‘I’ Out of Article

These stories are not about me: In May 2007, the Harvard softball team drew regional host Hofstra for its opening


Quakers Shake Up Harvard in Twin Bill

The Harvard baseball team’s tailspin continues. The Crimson (1-21, 0-6 Ivy) suffered its third straight doubleheader sweep to open the


Making the Leap

Griff Jenkins doesn’t like waiting. At the plate, Jenkins’ favorite pitch is the first pitch. And if it’s a fastball,

Men's Basketball

IN LEHMAN'S TERMS: Amaker's Standards Ramp Up Hoops Program

The most stunning statement to appear in Pete Thamel’s piece in The New York Times about possible recruiting violations made

Men's Basketball

NOTEBOOK: Youngsters Exploit Key Ivy Road Game Minutes

PROVIDENCE—In Saturday night’s disheartening 71-51 loss to Brown at the Pizzatola Sports Center, Harvard’s two leading scorers were...sophomore guard Alek

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Women's Ice Hockey

Win Takes W. Hockey Back to the Summit

Even at this early juncture, with a full month and eight conference tilts remaining, it’s fairly safe to say that

Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Hockey Blanks Dartmouth

Even at this early juncture, with a full month and eight conference tilts remaining, it's fairly safe to say that


IN LEHMAN'S TERMS: Bulldog Flaws Brought To Light

This is a serious column. Fair warning, because you’ll be waiting for the payoff, the gotcha moment, the just-kidding punch


Memory of Harvard "Victory" Looms Large

In a series as legendary as any in collegiate sports, one particular afternoon stands out from the rest in myth



The protagonist of the rollicking Tom Petty tune “Into the Great Wide Open,” Eddie, is described as “a rebel without

Men's Basketball

M. Hoops Takes 1 of 3 on Challenging California Swing

STANFORD, Calif.—New head coach Tommy Amaker began his stewardship of the Harvard men’s basketball team this weekend at the three-day

Men's Basketball

WEB UPDATE: Tournament Concludes With Big Victory for M. Hoops

STANFORD, Calif.—Green T-shirts all across Maples Pavilion this weekend declared the arrival of the “The Jeremy Lin Show.” The apparel

Men's Basketball

WEB UPDATE: M. Hoops Falls to 0-2 With Loss To UCSB

STANFORD, Calif.—Harvard was tied with UC Santa Barbara with less than eight minutes remaining, but the Gauchos pulled away late

Men's Basketball

WEB UPDATE: M. Hoops Routed at Stanford in Opener

STANFORD, Calif.—The Tommy Amaker Era started with a bang—a resounding 55-point loss. The Harvard men’s basketball team dropped its season


AROUND THE IVIES: This is Golden Age of Football

Before sitting down to write this column, the final edition of Around the Ivies stamped with my goofy mug (online