Aidan E. Tait

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HEAD OF THE CHARLES '07: Citius, Altius, Veritas

The Olympic Games are the definitive celebration of athletic excellence, but the quadrennial event has become a nexus of political

More to Life Than Harvard

More than ever before, dear Harvard is telling its 6,000-plus undergraduates to get out of here. The Ivy gates, as

Men's Basketball

SOONER OR TAITER: NCAA in Buenos Aires? Ay Caramba!

Finally, the NCAA Tournament is over. I write this with the utmost relief. Critics and professional sports writers thought this

Women's Basketball

¡Qué Emocionante! Homesick for Harvard Hoops

My, how things change when you switch continents for a semester. I’m not talking about the language barriers, time zone

Women's Basketball

SOONER OR TAITER: Harvard Proves Mettle With Win Over BC

It’s just very improbable. That’s how Harvard women’s basketball coach Kathy Delaney-Smith described her squad’s 68-58 Dec. 28 road win

Women's Basketball

Badgers Run and Gun to Victory

The struggling Harvard women’s basketball team met its opposite on Friday, squaring off against one of the nation’s hottest teams

Women's Basketball

Crimson Brushes Self Off, Wins Big

It took three weeks, seven games, and a cross-country flight, but the Harvard women’s basketball team found the win column

Men's Crew

SPORTS BRIEF: Heavyweight boat takes first at Tail regatta.

The Harvard heavyweight and lightweight varsities turned in a promising performance in the fall’s final competition at the annual Tail

Men's Ice Hockey

Bears Earn 2-1 Win In Bright

It was bad at the beginning and worse at the end, and the middle did little to make up for

Men's Soccer

Zizzo, Bruins End Harvard’s NCAA Run

WESTWOOD, Calif.—Most Los Angeles first-timers are given their requisite 15 minutes of fame, but the visiting Harvard men’s soccer team

Women's Basketball

BASKETBALL '06: Arc of Triumph

Last season, the Harvard women’s basketball team grew accustomed to the late-game heroics of guard Laura Robinson ’06. From the


The Game Can't Top Oklahoma Football

Quit blaming the Boston Police Department. We the citizens of Harvard College, purported football fans and ardent tailgaters, need to


BASKETBALL '06: Young and Restless

By mid-February last season, Harvard coach Kathy Delaney-Smith felt a little out of place. The Crimson fell to 3-3 in

Men's Crew

Under Bright Skies, Crew Returns

For the first time in several years, the sun shined upon the Head of the Charles Regatta. But in the


HEAD OF THE CHARLES '06: Coming Up Silver

So far, and so close. Such was the contradictory tale for the Harvard varsity lightweights in 2006. A perpetual game