Malcom A. Glenn

Previews

FOOTBALL '07: Familiar Face Brings Fresh Start

Sometimes, less is more. That’s usually not the case in football—or in any sport, for that matter—but following the infamous

Previews

FOOTBALL '07: Harvard’s Fearsome Foursome

It’s been a winding road for Alex Breaux since he got to Harvard. After a postgraduate year at Exeter, the

Football

THE MALCOM X-FACTOR: Unholy Mess At Holy Cross

It was just one more in a long line of transgressions. Harvard coach Tim Murphy stood with a more menacing

Sailing

Crimson Continues Excellent Start to Season

The Harvard sailing team picked up where it left off last weekend, earning its fourth first-place finish of the young

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Football

O'Hagan Shines in Close Loss

WORCESTER—What a difference a preseason makes. Just ask Liam O’Hagan. Two years ago, a solid preseason earned O’Hagan the No.

CHENG’S CHANCE
Football

A New Crusade

How do you replace a legend? That’s a question the Harvard football team will look to answer in its season

Sailing

Sailors Start Season in Fine Form

The home waters of the Charles River proved especially warm for the Harvard sailing team during its opening weekend of

Men's Lacrosse

John Tillman Named New Men's Lacrosse Skipper

John Tillman, a former assistant coach at the Naval Academy, has been named the new head coach of the Harvard

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Harvard Comes Under Fire for Night Football Game

Harvard football coach Tim Murphy dreamed that the first-ever nighttime game in Crimson history would be one of the fall’s

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Baldwin Chosen for Head Texas Tech Health Job

John C. Baldwin ’71, the president and CEO of the Harvard Medical School-affiliated Immune Disease Institute and a professor of

Men's Lacrosse

Anderson Named Assistant Director of Athletics

Scott Anderson, the head coach of the Harvard men’s lacrosse team since 1988, has been appointed an assistant director of

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Football

Bulldogs Begin Ivy Repeat Bid On Top

NEW HAVEN—It was a bittersweet announcement for Yale football fans. On one hand, the Bulldogs were the media’s resounding choice

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Dunster Student Dies at 24

Henry C. Fienning '06-'08 of Dunster House, a spirited and beloved leader in Harvard's service community, died at his home

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Doctors’ Treatment Decisions Influenced By Race Bias

Unconscious racial biases can influence the treatment decisions doctors make, according to the results of a study released last month

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Dunster Student Dies at 24

Henry C. Fienning ’06-’08 of Dunster House, a spirited and beloved leader in Harvard's service community, died at his home

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

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Arts

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

Awkward Eye Contact
Columns

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