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SIDEBAR: Offense Bolstered by Backups

The offensive attack found its strength from a variety of unlikely sources Saturday afternoon. With the numbers two through four

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Balanced Attack Key in Victory

EASTON, Penn.—A new-look team took the field Saturday at Lafayette. A team that had seven turnovers and was lucky to


Tripped Up

Eight years Brown has been waiting for its chance to be on the winning side of a nailbiter against Harvard.


Run Game Gets Triple Dose

Since the departure of all-time Ivy League rushing leader Clifton Dawson ’07 after the 2006 season, Harvard has struggled to


Veteran Quarterbacks Boost Offense

It’s a luxury few coaches have: choosing between two fifth-year seniors with 20 and 22 games of experience to start


NOTEBOOK: Crimson Brushes Off the Dust

Opening its football season nearly three weeks after most schools, it was clear from the get-go that Harvard was still


Cross and Mills Put to the Test at Olympics

From traveling to South America to learn Portuguese to interning on Wall Street, the Harvard community is hardly lacking when

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Men's Water Polo

Harvard Tops Yale in Historic Polo Match

WINDSOR, England—Under clear skies clear across the Atlantic Ocean, a clearly stronger Crimson team took to the field June 7

Men's Lacrosse

Crimson Starts Strong, Falters in Ivy League Play

What started out as a season in which anything was possible quickly became a rebuilding one, as the Harvard men’s


Murphy, Crimson Take Ivy Crown

Harvard football started the season in unfamiliar territory. Forced to find a replacement for all-time Ivy League leading rusher Clifton


Strong Start, Finish Bookend Difficult League Campaign

In what was supposed to be a rebuilding year, the Harvard fencing team showed that even in off years it

Men's Lacrosse

Women, Men on Verge of Success

The Ivy League is a tough place to be. For all of you that just scoffed at me, I’m not

Men's Lacrosse

Harvard to Play Spoiler at Yale

One streak will have to end tomorrow afternoon in New Haven. As the Harvard men’s lacrosse team (5-7, 0-4 Ivy)

Men's Lacrosse

NOTEBOOK: Sloppy Play Late Brings Fifth Straight Loss

Things were supposed to be different this year. A new-look Harvard squad started off the 2008 campaign with a flashy

Men's Lacrosse

MAD ABOUT YOU: Gillette a Poor Host For Lax Writers

Dear Harvard Athletic Department and Gillette Stadium Staff, I had been looking forward to covering men’s lacrosse against Cornell at

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Front Feature

Class of 2015, By the Numbers

Wedding Bells

Wedding Bells 2015

On Campus

The Geography of Harvard Athletics

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Among Harvard’s Faculty, ‘Women Are Still Pioneers’