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Meredith H. Keffer

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Scrutiny: AJ Millet
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Scrutiny: AJ Millet

AJ Millet

Thank You
Men's Basketball

Thank You

After another monumental year for the Harvard men’s basketball team, in which the team won its first postseason game, head coach Tommy Amaker thanks the Harvard community for supporting his team and its staff throughout its historic campaign.

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Today in Photos (04/03/2013)

Men's Basketball

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Corbin Miller, shown above during the 2011-12 season, took a two-year leave from Harvard to go on a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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Co-captain Christian Webster looks to help Harvard win its first game in Jadwin Gymnasium since 1989 this Friday.

KENYA DIG IT
Men's Basketball

KENYA DIG IT

Sophomore center Kenyatta Smith had a breakout weekend for the Crimson as it hosted Penn and Princeton in Lavieties Pavilion. Scoring a career-high 20 points and recording a program-best 10 blocks, Smith was just one rebound shy of a triple-double against the Quakers on Friday night.

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Today in Photos (02/20/2013)

No Frans
Men's Basketball

No Frans

While Fran Dougherty may have gotten the best of Keith Wright '12 and Harvard basketball last season, he will not repeat his performance this year.

Brian Rogers
Men's Soccer

Brian Rogers

Senior Brian Rogers' last two seasons have been marred by injuries, but that didn't stop the Vancouver Whitecaps from selecting him in Tuesday's MLS supplemental draft.

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Senior Brian Rogers' last two seasons have been marred by injuries, but that didn't stop the Vancouver Whitecaps from selecting him in Tuesday's MLS supplemental draft.

Walter Peppelman
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Walter Peppelman

In his Harvard career, captain Walter Peppelman overcame injury to become the seventh Crimson wrestler to notch 100 wins.

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Harvard men's basketball coach Tommy Amaker notched his 100 win when his squad blew out Rice.

Clark Kent
Women's Basketball

Clark Kent

Junior guard Christine Clark, shown above in earlier action, eclipsed 1,000 points in Harvard's 85-59 rout of UMass. The Crimson's 85 points was its highest total of the season.

Massachusetts Hall
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Graduate Students Start Movement To Unionize

Central Administration

Amidst Title IX Debate, Law Faculty Raise Governance Concerns

John Stilgoe Office
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John Stilgoe’s Secret History

Big States, Little States
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Beyond Boston: Regional Diversity at Harvard