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Melissa Schellberg

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Sweet Caroline
Fencing

Sweet Caroline

Sophomore co-captain Caroline Vloka, shown here in earlier action, went a perfect 9-0 in the first weekend of the Ivy Championships. The Harvard women went 2-1 on the weekend, while the men were 1-1.

Fencing

Women Bounce Back To Win Pair

The men's fencing team (8-5) finished its last day of matches with two wins, defeating Air Force, 17-10, and Haverford, 23-4, while the women also swept the same opponents, 24-3 and 21-6.

The Young and the Rustless
Fencing

Three Medal in Penn St. Open To Kick Off Season

The Harvard men’s and women’s fencing teams started their season off on the right foot this weekend at the Garret Penn St. Open.

Fencing

SEASON RECAP: Seniors, Freshmen Spark Crimson

With a lopsided female lineup and a few tough losses early in the season for the men, a successful year

Fencing

FEMALE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR RUNNER-UP: Sabre Impresses On National Stage

Freshman sabre fencer Caroline Vloka has let the entire nation know that she is here to stay. Vloka capped off

'HARMEN' OPPONENTS
Fencing

Strong Showing in Part Two of Tourney

The No. 4 Harvard women’s fencing team (17-1) cruised to its third Ivy League title yesterday with an overall undefeated

Cinderella Kim
Fencing

First-Time Fencer Kim Contributes to Ranked Squad

There’s nothing quite like a Cinderella story—a tale of a girl who goes from rags to riches. The Harvard women’s

OVER UNGER
Fencing

Crimson Garners Mixed Results in Postseason Play

The Harvard men’s and women’s fencing teams began postseason play yesterday in a two-weekend tournament at Levien Gymnasium in New

VLOK  HERO
Fencing

Rookie Hopes to Lead Team to Title

It’s been three years since the Harvard fencing team won a national championship, and for it, that’s three years too

SWEET CAROLINE
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SWEET CAROLINE

Freshman sabre fencer Caroline Vloka showed a level of poise normally not reserved for rookies on Saturday against tough opposition, finishing a perfect 6-0, including a victory against Dagmara Wozniak, an Olympian.

Track and Cross Country

Freshman Vaulter Wastes No Time

If you type freshman Nico Weiler’s name into Google, it won’t take you long to realize that he is a

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VALENTIN'S DAY
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VALENTIN'S DAY

Freshman Valentin Staller continued his impressive fall campaign for the Crimson, notching a 3-0 night against Sacred Heart. The Crimson as a whole dominated the Pioneers, with the men winning 17-10 and the women posting a 23-4 victory in addition to a 22

Women's Basketball

Crimson Ladies Overpower Holy Cross, 73-57

The Harvard women’s basketball team notched their second win of the season as they cruised past Holy Cross, 73-57, at

Men's Ice Hockey

SIDEBAR: D Leads Way in Tight Victory

In tight games, how a team’s defense and special teams perform often decides the winner. That was precisely the one-two

School at School
Columns

What We Forget About School: School

Head of the Charles
Men's Crew

Head of the Charles 2014

CS50 in Mather
Columns

CS50 and the Humanities

Closing Ceremony
Columns

Ignore Congress. Close Gitmo.