Douglas A. Baerlein

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Women's Volleyball

W. Volleyball Ends Campaign With Split

The women’s volleyball team wrapped up its season this weekend by splitting a pair of Ivy League home games at

Women's Volleyball

Ivy Slide Continues Despite Tough Play

A tough season continued to get tougher this weekend as the women’s volleyball team dropped two more matches to top

Men's Golf

At ECACs, Golfers Struggle on Day 2

Blustery conditions and a long course made for high scores and a disappointing finish for the men’s golf team this

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Women's Volleyball

After Ivy Stumble, Women's Volleyball Recovers for Two Wins

The women’s volleyball team won two out of three matches this weekend as it played host to the Crimson Classic

Women's Volleyball

Women Poised For Ivy Success

The women’s volleyball team has emerged from a turbulent opening stretch of the season undaunted, with an eager eye set

BUMP ON THE ROAD
Women's Volleyball

American Tie: W. Volleyball Loses 3 of 4 at DC Tourney

It was a trying weekend for the Harvard women’s volleyball team at the American Volleyball Tournament in Washington, D.C., as

Women's Squash

SEASON RECAP: Crimson Struggles With League Tests

The women’s squash team has established itself as one of the premier programs in the country, and the 2006-07 season

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Chinese Government Frees KSG Grad

The Chinese government released Kennedy School of Government alum Yang Jianli, a democracy advocate, after holding him for five years

Men's Crew

Lights Return Trophy-Heavy

CORRECTION APPENDED The men’s lightweight crew team had a banner day Saturday, coming back from the annual H-Y-P regatta in

AT THE VANCE-GUARD
Baseball

Ivy Leader? Still No Answer

PROVIDENCE—The Harvard baseball team split its second doubleheader of the weekend yesterday against Brown to remain tied with the Bears

Previews

SOFTBALL '07: Deep Frosh Class Ready To Go

Interchangeable parts provided a spark for the production of everything from guns to automobiles, and they might be just as

Women's Lacrosse

Huskies Outpace Crimson on Road

The Harvard women’s lacrosse team’s early-season slide continued last night, as the Crimson fell to Connecticut by a score of

GOLDFINGER
Fencing

Freshmen Excel in College Spotlight

Having lost world-class foil fencer and junior Emily Cross to the rigors of an Olympic training regimen, it would only

Women's Squash

Grigg Ends Career With Individual Gold

Harvard senior Kyla Grigg capped off a remarkable career and an undefeated season by defeating Penn’s Kristen Lange in the

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Women's Lacrosse

Minutewomen Pepper Crimson Goal

The Harvard women’s lacrosse team fell behind early on Saturday and never recovered, losing to Massachusetts by a final score

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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

Books
Academics

Freshman Survey Part III: Inside the Classroom and Out