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Game Over?

Just when you were prepared to write Harvard off as apathetic and apolitical (Iraq, where? Darfur, who?), up crops an

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Rookie Sheeleigh Scores Four

Harvard’s 2007 season is giving new meaning to the old cliché that history is bound to repeat itself. The team

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Pessimism Pervades Panel on Iraq War

CORRECTION APPENDED Nearly four and a half years after the American invasion of Iraq, five experts rejected claims made by

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Sarah Sewall, the director of the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, said she did not believe anti-American sentiment in Iraq would abate.

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Inside Annenberg, representatives of Dunster House and Quincy House show their lunchtime spirit.

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Sophomore outside hitter Kathryn McKinley, shown here in earlier action, attacked Brown’s weak block, posting 15 kills to lead Harvard to a 3-0 sweep. McKinley also registered a team-high 21 digs.

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Junior Mimi Hanley recorded 11 kills and eight blocks, leading the charge in the fourth game of the Crimson’s victory over Columbia.

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Dos Besos

A World Cup Malcontent
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A World Cup Malcontent

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Then Rain Comes

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Rainy Day Impression