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Women's Lacrosse

Harvard Falls Behind Early, Loses to Penn

The Harvard women’s lacrosse team fell 15-4 to the No. 20 University of Pennsylvania at Franklin Field on Sunday afternoon.

Men's Squash

Murr Center to Host Open

Batten down the hatches—the world’s best squash players will arrive at Harvard this weekend for the 2005 U.S. Open Squash

Women's Soccer

For Once, Offense Upstages Defense

A shutout is nothing new for the Harvard women’s soccer team. Scoring more than one goal, however, is something out

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Chemist Scores Big at Links

The rolling green hills of a golf course may seem like a long way from the laboratories of Harvard’s chemistry

Fencing

SEASON RECAP: Fencing

The men and women’s fencing teams made history this season, winning championship titles, defeating long-time rivals, and turning in record

Fencing

FEMALE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: Emily Cross '08, Fencing

She helped bring home the women’s first ever Ivy League title, contributed to the dual men’s and women’s IFA titles,

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Hot Harvard Girls Face Off! 64 of Them. No Mud Included.

March Madness? That is so last month. A nationwide rally modeled after NCAA’s famous brackets has developed a new contest

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Math Professor Goes Hollywood

CORRECTIONS APPENDED Last year’s recipient of the Harvard Foundation’s Distinguished Scientist Award and current Harvard post-doctoral fellow Jonathan Farley ’91,

Men's Golf

M. Golf Takes 10th At Championships

The men’s golf team took to the course this weekend for the New England Division I Championship at Providence College

Men's Lacrosse

M. Lacrosse Rumbles to Upset of No. 16 Yale

Cold weather and rain didn’t stop a strong turnout on Saturday as Harvard and No. 16 Yale lacrosse fans alike

Women's Golf

W. Golf Finishes Sixth At Ivies

Fresh into its spring season, the Harvard women’s golf team took to the course this weekend in the Ivy League

Baseball

Bulldogs No Normal Last-Place Squad

As the last-place team in the Red Rolfe Division, it might seem that Yale (15-10, 5-3 Ivy) would pose little

Women's Golf

W. Golf Beats Brown, Dartmouth

The Harvard women’s golf team resumed competition for the spring season this weekend, competing against Ivy League competitors Brown and

Fencing

Coach Honored For Fencing's Best Season Ever

It seems that everywhere head fencing coach Peter Brand travels, success follows. Championship titles, all-American finalists, NCAA qualifiers, and even

Women's Water Polo

W. Water Polo Crushes Connecticut Camels

Last year, the Crimson swept Connecticut College in a landslide 17-2 victory. Last night, the Harvard powerhouse (8-3) was in

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Arts

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

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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