Malcom A. Glenn

Football

THE MALCOM X-FACTOR: Harvard, Yale Only Contenders for Ivy Crown

With three games to play, it’s down to a two-horse race for the Ancient Eight trophy. Well, not technically, but

Baseball

MOUNTAIN MAN: They’re Coming—to Rock Your Sox Off

I’m not exactly the biggest baseball fan in the world. I like the sport just fine, but I’ll take a

Football

NOTEBOOK: Defense Bottles Up Three Tigers Quarterbacks

In a game that saw senior signal-caller Chris Pizzotti throw for a career-high 365 yards, the quarterback situation for Princeton

Sailing

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: KYLE KOVACS '08

Kyle Kovacs might be a little unfamiliar with the lead role, but based upon his performance this season, you wouldn’t

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Football

Victory Over Lafayette Puts Harvard at 3-2 Midseason

With the top defense in Division I-AA in town on Saturday, it was no shock that the game turned on

Sailing

Kovacs Cruises in Singlehanded Regatta

In a sport that often hinges on the teamwork of a skipper and his crew, last weekend showed that sometimes

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Football

Harvard Plays Dominant Fourth Quarter

ITHACA, N.Y.—Finishing has been a focal point for Harvard head coach Tim Murphy all season, and, following Saturday’s 32-15 victory

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Football

Harvard Looks For Big Win Over Big Red

For senior Corey Mazza, the memory of the last time the Crimson traveled to Ithaca, N.Y., to play Cornell is

Football

THE MALCOM-X FACTOR: Finding Charms in I-AA Football

It’s an interesting balance we strike while covering football for the Ivy League. I’m sure there’s not one among us

EYES ON THE PRIZE
Sailing

Crimson Consistent With Four Top-Seven Finishes

The Harvard sailing team ended a weekend slate of regattas without a first-place showing for the first time all season,

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Football

NOTEBOOK: Defense Excels, O'Hagan Hurt Again

Harvard’s defensive stats were the kind that make any coach proud. No third down conversions allowed. Less than half as

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The Assistant - Bernard Malamud

One of my best friends from high school and I always like to reminisce about our AP Literature class and

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Blitz and Glitz Mark Night Game

When the lights went up for the first time at Harvard Stadium, quarterback Liam W. O’Hagan ’08 felt like he

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Football

Football Topples Brown In Historic Night Game

It wasn’t the prettiest performance to showcase for the first night game in the 104-year history of Harvard Stadium, but

IT'S IN THE BAG
Football

Saturday Night Lights

After months of planning, complaints from religious observers and local residents, and a schedule-change, it’s finally here. For the first

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College

This Is CS50.

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Visual Arts

Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

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Visual Arts

Script Doctors

Harvard vs. Yale
Yale

Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven