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PARTING SHOT: Kirby’s Dreamland Of Sports Coverage

What has been my favorite part of my four years on The Harvard Crimson? Besides the great people on The

Men's Basketball

Harvard Spoils Yale's Senior Night

NEW HAVEN, Conn.—This is what is referred to as “going out on a high note.” In the final game of

Mad (March) Love

Welcome to March, arguably the best month for sports. Why do I say that? Four letters: N-C-A-A. Yep, the National

HOUS' PARTY
Men's Basketball

Housman Dominant as Career Draws to a Close

As the Ivy League entered the crunch part of its schedule, few players have stepped up and delivered like Drew

Men's Basketball

SIDEBAR: Seniors Lead Crimson to Upset in Last Home Game

In their final game at Lavietes Pavilion, seniors Drew Housman, Andrew Pusar, and Evan Harris put in one of their

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Balanced Attack Propels Harvard to Big Win Over Columbia

Fresh off its first victory at Penn in 18 years, the Harvard men’s basketball team broke another streak, albeit a

Men's Basketball

WEB UPDATE: Crimson Avenges Earlier Loss to Columbia With 72-63 Win

Fresh off its first victory at Penn in 18 years, the Harvard men’s basketball team broke another streak, albeit a

Men's Basketball

AROUND THE IVIES: Harvard Looking To Split Weekend

With just two weekends of games left, despite all the unpredictable, head-scratching, how–did-that-happen results, the season is poised to end

WALK THE LIN
Men's Basketball

Harvard Edged by Princeton in Waning Moments

PRINCETON, N.J.—Another trip to Princeton, another similar result for the Harvard men’s basketball team as it fell, 58-55, in the

Men's Basketball

NOTEBOOK: History Not Repeated In Victory over Quakers

PHILADELPHIA—In trying to grab its first win at the Palestra since 1991—also the last time Harvard got a victory on

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AROUND THE IVIES: Nothing Clear in League Picture

After two weekends full of upsets, one might have figured that last weekend the Ivy League would sort itself out

TAKE IT TO THE 'HAUS'
Men's Basketball

Harvard Buzzed by Killer P's

In a gut-wrenching, back-and-forth game at Lavietes Pavilion Friday night, the Harvard men’s basketball team came out on the short

BAL-LIN'
Men's Basketball

NOTEBOOK: Strong Individual Performances Can’t Tame Tigers

As he has done for most of the season, junior guard Jeremy Lin led the team offensively in its 76-70

Men's Basketball

Crimson Pipped by Penn in Final Minutes

In a gut-wrenching, back-and-forth game at Lavietes Pavilion Friday night, the Harvard men’s basketball team came out on the short

Men's Basketball

AROUND THE IVIES: League Games Start to Heat Up

The excitement/purity/antiquity (take your pick) of the Ivy League’s “14-game tournament” comes out in full force today. Yes, all the

Eldo Kim
Crime

News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

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Track and Cross Country

Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

Protest
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