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Men's Lacrosse

Margin Too Large for Crimson Comeback

FOXBOROUGH, Mass—It was a tough day all around for the Harvard men’s lacrosse team. From offense to defense Cornell thoroughly

Men's Lacrosse

Harvard’s Upset Bid Falls Short

In an upset-filled month, the Harvard men’s lacrosse team produced a bid of its own. The team took an early

Men's Lacrosse

MAD ABOUT YOU: Crimson Starts Season Strong

Oh, how things change over a year. This time last season, a sluggish men’s lacrosse team eked out a 7-6

Men's Lacrosse

Harvard Outsoars Hawks, 11-2

The Harvard men’s lacrosse team continued its string of successes yesterday afternoon against Hartford with an 11-2 win in West


Epee Fencers Highlight Strong Regionals Showing

The last few years the Northeast Regionals have been good to the Harvard fencing squad, with champions coming in various

Men's Lacrosse

Youth Ready To Go

What’s the best thing about a new season? For the Harvard men’s lacrosse team, it’s the new part. With a


Repeats Too Tall Of An Order

In its quest to become the 2008 Ivy Champions, the Harvard fencing team saw a familiar face crush its chances.


Harvard Stymied in Search of Ivy League Championship

Following a two-month break between tournaments, the Harvard fencing team started the second half of its season with mixed results,


MAD ABOUT YOU: Women’s Fencing on Fire...Again

So I know as soon as I start to talk about fencing the average reader will put down the paper


Harvard Finishes Fall Season With Authority

Newton’s first law states that an object in motion stays in motion. Harvard women’s fencing team has yet to defy


Women Take First Beanpot Tourney

The first-ever Beanpot tournament brought mixed results for the Harvard fencing team. While the women took home the trophy, beating


Young Fencers Settle Into New Roles

In its first competition in nearly eight months, the Harvard fencers posted a valiant effort, finishing with particularly strong performances


NOTEBOOK: Class of 2008 Wins 2nd Ivy Title

NEW HAVEN—For seniors with Ivy League titles as bookends to their collegiate careers, everything has come full circle. Entering as

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Winner Take All

The Game itself needs no extra hype, but with history, the chance at perfection, and an Ivy League championship on

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MAD ABOUT YOU: Sloppy Play Must End With Penn, Yale on Deck

Making my second trip to Wien Stadium to cover football, I expected much of the same from the Big Apple

Central Administration

In Op-Ed, Law Profs Call for University Governance Changes

Jeffrey K. McDonough Artwork

Not a 9-to-5 Job

Advising Programs Office Under Construction

Freshman Advising: Under Construction

Van Gogh's "Self-Portrait Dedicated to Paul Gauguin"
Visual Arts

Portrait of the Artist: Behind Van Gogh's 'Self-Portrait Dedicated to Paul Gauguin'