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Today in Photos (3/13/2013)

Football

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Harvard coach Tim Murphy was named president of the American Football Coaches Association last week, becoming the fourth coach in program history to assume the post.

On Campus

Today in Photos (11/02/11)

Football

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Colton Chapple #19 football

College

Today in Photos (10/21/11)

GOING TO THE CHAPPLE
Football

GOING TO THE CHAPPLE

Junior quarterback Colton Chapple tied a school record last week by throwing for five touchdowns against Bucknell. Chapple and the Crimson host rival Princeton at Harvard Stadium tomorrow.

Kicker
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Kicker

Junior punter Jacob Dombrowski, pictured above, has been a consistent performer for the Crimson this season, averaging 42.1 yards per punt on the year. Last weekend, the former soccer star kicked a season-high 58 yarder.

College

Today in Photos (10/13/2011)

Coach Murphy
Football

Coach Murphy

Wintertime
Football

Wintertime

Junior Collier Winters, in the photo above, and senior Andrew Hatch both dealt with serious injuries this season, and both were out by the team’s third game.

CREASE LIGHTNING
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CREASE LIGHTNING

Men’s lacrosse sophomore goaltender Harry Krieger is fifth in the Ivy League with a .511 save percentage on the season. After making a career high 19 saves in a win over UMass March 19, the sophomore only allowed seven goals in each of the team’s two games last weekend. The goalie considers his athletic pursuits and knowledge of Japanese to go hand-in-hand.

Assassins
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Assassins

Unisex Bathrooms
College

Unisex Bathrooms

Lowell House is the location of one of the many unisex bathrooms on Harvard's campus.

IOP Egypt
College

Today in Photos (02/04/11)

Harvard in the City

Top 20 Photos of 2010

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
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Playing With The Rules

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Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads