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Men's Tennis

Harvard Starts Dual-Meet Season with Convincing Success

Doctor’s orders for a healthy season opening weekend: a barn burner against a ranked team that builds strength, followed by

Men's Tennis

Men's Tennis Shows Form Early

The last time the Harvard men’s tennis team went more than two consecutive seasons without winning the Ivy League title

Wistfully Wasteless

There are few better ways to start a day than with the breakfast and the morning newspaper. Those gray pages

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Men's Basketball

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Power Forward Delivers in Losses

Sophomore power forward Pat Magnarelli needs no doctor’s note. Over the last week, he has proved that his injured back—which

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Men's Basketball

NOTEBOOK: Harvard on Losing End of Game of Runs

Streaks were the name of the game in yesterday’s 73-68 loss against Vermont. Two major Catamount runs—a 30-8 string over

Leaps Forward

News on the environmental front for the last few years has been consistently dismal, but recent innovations may delay the

Men's Tennis

SPORTS BRIEF: Back at Murr, Hayes wins individual title

Sophomore Michael Hayes took home the the B singles bracket championship at Dartmouth’s Big Green Invitational yesterday, besting his Harvard

Men's Tennis

Men's Tennis Closes Fall in Three Locations

The Harvard men’s tennis team split into three this weekend, but didn’t skip a beat from its previous strong performances,

Nature's Game of Dominoes

Last summer, at the heart of the Atlantic hurricane season, the State Farm Insurance Company declared that it would stop

Men's Tennis

SPORTS BRIEF: Kumar and Ermakov make quarterfinals of doubles tournament

The Harvard men’s tennis doubles duo of senior Ashwin Kumar and junior Sasha Ermakov reached the quarterfinals of the prestigious

‘Molecules’ Binds Science and Life

How many books have you read that are as relevant to kindergartners as they are to college graduates? Personally, I

KING OF CLAY
Men's Tennis

Men's Tennis Advances to ECAC Semifinals, Loses to Top Seed

After a humiliating first-round exit from the ECAC Fall Men’s Division I Invitational last year, the Harvard men’s tennis team

Women's Golf

Women's Golf Slips to Third Place

The Harvard women’s golf team failed to live up to the high expectations it generated with a dominating win last

Insecurity

The Department of Homeland Security should be asking itself some tough questions in light of the potentially catastrophic terrorist operation

JUST 'WIN BABY
Women's Golf

W. Golf Cruises in Season Opener

The Harvard women’s golf team opened its 2007-08 campaign in midseason form, trouncing all comers at the Dartmouth Women’s Invitational

Data Sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization

School at School
Columns

What We Forget About School: School

Head of the Charles
Men's Crew

Head of the Charles 2014

Understanding Faith
Columns

Understanding Faith