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Women's Squash

Fresh Faces Take Home 3 Victories

While the faces might have been new, the results were not. The Harvard women’s squash team (3-0, 1-0 Ivy) swept

Men's Squash

MALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR: Like A Fine Wine

FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR: At Long, Long Last You’d be hard-pressed to compose a more fitting ending to the

Women's Crew

Novices Prove Expert In Series of Blowouts

Imagine Harvard’s football team blowing out Yale 56-7. Or the basketball team beating up on Princeton 100-20. While such scores

Men's Ice Hockey

Reese Makes Most of Minor League Stop

For most collegiate athletes, senior year is usually the last time they will play sports on a competitive level. However,

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Men's Lacrosse

4th-Quarter Comeback Falls Short

Undermanned and down 8-2 in the fourth quarter, the Harvard men’s lacrosse team launched a furious rally that fell just

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Men's Lacrosse

Holy Cross Comeback Falls Short

Despite a one-sided history that has seen the Harvard men’s lacrosse team beat Holy Cross in 23 consecutive contests dating

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Baseball

Baseball Arms Tame Powerful Yale Bats

If good defense wins ballgames, then good defense combined with good offense dominates them. Led by strong pitching and an

Women's Lacrosse

Penn Wins Fifth Consecutive Game

New venue, same result. Playing in a newly resurfaced Harvard Stadium for the first time in 24 years, the Harvard

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Women's Tennis

Florida Squads Cruise to Easy Wins

The Harvard women’s tennis team escaped the Nor’easter that pounded New England this weekend to the warm and sunny climes

Women's Ice Hockey

Hanover Holds Familiar Foes

They say that revenge is a dish best served cold. The No. 6 Harvard women’s hockey team will have an

Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Clinches Share of Ivy Title

From the basement to the Big Dance: that might be the best way to characterize the Harvard women’s basketball team’s

Women's Squash

Women's Squash Falls in National Finals

One out of two isn’t half bad. The Harvard women’s squash team scored an upset win over the Quakers in

Black Women's Group Dishes Out Honors

It has been a good year for J. Lorand Matory ’82, a professor of African and African-American studies. Over the

Senior Gift House Competition Launches With Quincy in Lead

The Class of ’06 Senior Gift House Competition kicked off last Thursday, aiming to avoid the controversy that surrounded the

HMS Scientists Create Bladders

Researchers announced Tuesday the successful integration of laboratory-grown urinary bladders into patients, signalling a breakthrough in a field beset with

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Scrutiny

Seeing Red: Stanford v. Harvard

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Arts

Dead Letter: The Aesthetics of Horror

Election Strategy
Columns

Where Did All The Ideas Go?

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Columns

In Search of Lost Time