Abigail M. Baird

Women's Swimming

Freshman Breaks School Records

After two days of competition at the Georgia Invitational, the Harvard women’s swimming and diving team was in fifth place.

Men's Soccer

Fucito Scores, Leads Crimson in NCAA's

While junior forward Mike Fucito may not have scored the game-winning goal at Harvard’s game against Binghamton, he certainly was

Men's Soccer

With its season on the line, Harvard overcomes the Ohiri elements and a one-goal deficit

In the words of Binghamton head coach Paul Marco, “both halves were worth the price of admission.” On Saturday, the

Women's Swimming

Without Morawski, Crimson Still Wins Big

The Harvard women’s swimming and diving team dominated in separate events against Brown, Cornell, and Dartmouth this weekend without its

PIP PIP HOORAY
Women's Swimming

Solid Win Jump-Starts Season

After a disappointing spring, the Harvard women’s swimming and diving team started out its 2006-07 dual-meet season with a strong

Men's Soccer

Ivy Championship Just One Victory Away

After winning seven straight games, the Harvard men’s soccer team can clinch its first Ivy League title in 10 years

Men's Soccer

Forward Sparks Two More Wins

Some might argue that the balanced attack the No. 25 Harvard men’s soccer team displays each game is what had

Men's Soccer

Fucito’s Shot Tops No. 19 Stags

It took four more minutes to do it than it took Saturday and 109 minutes in total. But in the

Men's Soccer

NOTEBOOK: Harvard Beginning to Redefine Team Personality

Last season, the Harvard men’s soccer team ran into trouble when it didn’t score first. The Crimson fell in six

Men's Soccer

Harvard Suffers Ivy Loss

The Harvard men’s soccer team had high hopes for its Ivy season opener, but ended up falling just short of

SUPER SOPHOMORE
Women's Soccer

Crimson Catapults Past Catamounts in Overtime Win

After one half of play it looked like the Harvard men’s soccer team was about to live a repeat of

THE RINGMASTER
Men's Soccer

In Valiant Effort, Upset Bid Falls Short

Facing off against the No. 5-ranked team in the country is never easy, but the Harvard men’s soccer team did

Off and Running
Men's Soccer

Chemistry 101

Though the Harvard men’s soccer team played the roles of guest and host this past week, it didn’t make any

UN-’CHECKED
Men's Soccer

SEASON RECAP: Crimson Struggles To Compete For Most of Season

Junior Charles Altcheck of the Harvard men’s soccer team brought home some hardware—the 2006 Ivy League Player of the Year

GERONIMO
Women's Swimming

SEASON RECAP: Postseason Letdown Follows Regular-Season Success

After a perfect season last year, the Harvard women’s swimming and diving team is leaving Boston this year a little

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

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Arts

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

Awkward Eye Contact
Columns

Let’s Talk about Campus-Eye-Contact-Culture

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Columns

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