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LEAN BACK
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LEAN BACK

Junior captain Lauren Snyder scored two of the Crimson’s three goals last night, but it wasn’t enough as Brown prevailed 8-3, dropping Harvard to 4-6 on the season. The Bears moved to 6-2 with the win.

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CHU-CHU TRAIN
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CHU-CHU TRAIN

Senior captain Julie Chu added to her nation-leading 64 points (17 goals, 47 assists) with two goals and nine assists in her final three regular season games for the Crimson—wins over Northeastern, Yale and Brown.

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Oren-Dous
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Oren-Dous

Despite a 3-1 victory by captain Ilan Oren, shown here in earlier action, at No. 2, the Crimson dropped a 6-3 contest to the Tigers.

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NO CIGAR
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NO CIGAR

No. 1 flight Sidd Suchde held strong at the top for Harvard, but Trinity ended up victorious. The much-hyped match pitted the nation’s top two teams, and the schools stayed true to their rankings. The Bantams will maintain their place at No. 1 nationally,

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MIDWINTER BLAST
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MIDWINTER BLAST

The Boston Landmarks Orchestra played a Midwinter Night’s Concert in Sanders Theatre last night. The program included selections from Tchaikovsky and Mozart.

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Firth M. McEachern ’08 loads his plate to gain energy for the Feats of Strength; Festivus cannot end until Master Harris is pinned.

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