Madeleine I. Shapiro

Football

PARTING SHOT: Key Chapters in the Evolution of a Sportswriter

As sports journalists, we get the unique opportunity to explore the pivotal moments in games, seasons, and programs. But no

MIGHTY MAX
Men's Lacrosse

Crimson Continues Winless Streak Against Princeton

For the second consecutive year, the Harvard men’s lacrosse team came inches from breaking a nearly two-decade winless streak against

Fencing

Sweeping Weekend, Harvard Eyes Ivies

The Harvard fencing team closed out its warm-up to the Ivy season with wins over Haverford, Yeshiva, and Duke yesterday

SWEET CAROLINE
Fencing

Trip to Queens Ends in Mixed Results for Crimson

Continuing a recent trend for the Harvard fencing team, the No. 5 women far exceeded expectations, while the No. 7

Fencing

Youth Carries Mixed Effort

The fall season came to a tumultuous end for the Harvard fencing team Saturday in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., as the women

Fencing

Harvard Secures Beanpot Championship

After the first annual Beanpot tournament brought heartbreak for the men’s half of the Harvard fencing team last fall, both

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Football

THE GAME '08: Run Over

A win is a win, even if it isn’t pretty. Missed field goals, tipped punts, and costly fumbles highlighted a

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Football

HARVARD BEATS YALE 10-0

A win is a win, even if it isn’t pretty. Missed field goals, tipped punts, and costly fumbles highlighted a

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Previews

THE GAME '08: Making the Bigs

Whether it’s to be President of the United States or an astronaut, each of us had that dream when we

Football

MAD ABOUT YOU: Crimson Escapes Once Again

PHILADELPHIA—Five times this season Harvard football has had its back to the wall, and four times the Crimson’s miracle train

Football

MAD ABOUT YOU: Choice’s Yours, Daily News

Dear Yale Daily News Staff, I’d like to present you with a challenge. It’s something many members of the sports

Football

SIDEBAR: Run Game Finds Its Groove

HANOVER, N.H.—For a rushing offense that had yet to hit its stride this season, Saturday provided the perfect opportunity: a

Football

MAD ABOUT YOU: Officiating Still Poor Down in New Jersey

It was deja vu all over again. Having been the football beat writer for the past three years, I’ve pretty

Football

SIDEBAR: D-Line Surges in Second Half

PRINCETON, N.J.—It took the Harvard run defense two quarters to return to true form Saturday, and it nearly cost the

Football

Jousting in Jersey

The two teams taking the field tomorrow at Princeton Stadium have many things in common. From their 1-1 Ivy League

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Visual Arts

Art House

Youth Homelessness in the Square
Harvard Square

For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

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

Johnston Gate Arts Cover
Arts

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance