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Field Hockey

Despite Strong Offensive Effort, Field Hockey Falls in Opener

In its season opener, the Harvard field hockey team dropped a 5-0 decision to Massachusetts Sunday afternoon at Jordan Field.

Twelve Professors Join Select Academy

Twelve Harvard faculty members were elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (AAAS) this week, joining the prestigious

BEHIND ENEMY LINES
Track and Cross Country

Crimson Looking To Beat, then Join, Yale

Tomorrow marks the Harvard track and field team’s first and only home meet of the season, a competition against long-standing

Softball

Crimson Sweeps Easily On Road

The Harvard softball team traveled to Hamden, CT yesterday for a doubleheader against Quinnipiac (10-19, 4-4 NEC). In first place

Wrestling

O’Connor Impresses From the Very Start

From the first few weeks of the season, coaches and teammates knew freshman wrestler J.P. O’Connor had endless potential. After

WEISS'COLD
Men's Volleyball

Weissbourd Leads Lavietes Sweep

Harvard men’s volleyball went two-for-two over spring break, defeating Vassar and Ramapo during the first few days of vacation. Both

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Softball

Softball Sweeps, Gets Swept in Ivy Openers

In Soldiers Field’s opening weekend, the Harvard softball team faced Penn and Columbia in a pair of doubleheaders. The Crimson

Previews

SOFTBALL '07: Deep Staff Should Bring Good Results

The primary strength of Harvard’s pitching this season is depth. With returning regular starters and promising Ivy League rookies, the

BROWN AND OUT
Softball

Softball Travels to Las Vegas

The Harvard softball team competed in its second tournament of the season, playing five games and winning two in the

BUILT 'BOURD TOUGH
Men's Volleyball

Harvard Has Block Party In Win Over MIT

A full week since its last competition, the Harvard men’s volleyball team defeated neighboring rival Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT),

Softball

Softball Takes Two in Opening Tourney

The Harvard softball team kicked off its 2007 season by traveling to Florida to compete in the Plant City Tournament

Skiing

Skiing Finishes Tenth at Final Carnival

The Harvard alpine and Nordic ski teams finished their seasons this weekend, finishing 10th at the EISA Championships. The teams

Free Time
Columns

In Search of Lost Time

Photo Man
Ivy League

Beyond The Silver Screen

Larry, In His Element
Scrutiny

Professor Summers

Data Sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization