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Women's Crew

Women's Heavyweight Crew Cruises to Beanpot Victory

Braving blustery and choppy conditions on the Charles River on Saturday morning, the No. 12 Radcliffe heavyweight crew out-rowed Boston-area rivals to take first place at the sixth annual Beanpot in the first race of the spring season.

Fencing

Fencer Valentin Staller Finishes Second at NCAA Championships

The Harvard fencing team capped off its season with a sixth-place finish at the NCAA Championships over the weekend in Columbus, Ohio. Co-captain Valentin Staller was among six All-Americans for the Crimson and led the team with a second-place finish in the sabre.

Women's Crew

Women's Heavyweight Crew Cruises to Beanpot Victory

Braving blustery and choppy conditions on the Charles River on Saturday morning, the No. 12 Radcliffe heavyweight crew out-rowed Boston-area rivals to take first place at the sixth annual Beanpot in the first race of the spring season.

Women's Crew

Radcliffe Heavyweight Squad Preps for Beanpot

For the Radcliffe heavyweights, spring break’s end marks the end of winter training and the beginning of the long and grueling spring rowing season.

Fencing

Fencing Delivers Strong Showing at Northeast Regional Championships

For the No. 6 Crimson men’s fencing team (12-6), this past weekend’s outing was an exceptionally fruitful one, as the epee and saber squads secured three medals and seven top-10 finishes.

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Fencing

Men's, Women's Fencing Dominate at Beanpot

The Harvard men’s and women’s fencing teams took home local bragging rights, taking home the Beanpot title for the fifth-straight year.

Fencing

Men's, Women's Fencing Come up Short at Ivy League Championships

For the men, this year’s Ivy tournament presented an opportunity to defend last year’s Ancient Eight title, while for the women, it was an opportunity to end a three-year drought of Ivy glory.

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Fencing

Crimson Stymied by Penn State, Tops Five Other Programs

After opening its season with a strong showing in the Garret Open hosted by Penn State in November, the Harvard ...

Fencing

Kiefer, Vloka Win Gold at First Tourney

The Harvard fencing team made a statement at its opening tournament at the Garett Penn State Open this weekend in State College, Pa.

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Men's Soccer

Overtime Penn Goal Leaves Harvard Winless in Ivy League

In the finale of a lackluster Ivy League season, the Harvard men’s soccer team hosted Ancient Eight foe Penn.

Women's Crew

Successful Foot of the Charles Brings Radcliffe Fall Season to a Close

Faced with pristine morning conditions on the Charles, the Radcliffe lightweight and heavyweight crews took to the water to take ...

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Men's Soccer

Last-Place Crimson Stymied in Search of First Ivy Victory

After failing to find victory in its last 12 outings, the Harvard men’s soccer team travelled to New York City ...

Men's Soccer

Crimson Struggles to Evolve in 2011

Collegiate soccer is a game that would have made Charles Darwin and Gregor Mendel share a knowing smile. The nature ...

Second Place
Women's Crew

Title Eludes Crimson By Eight Seconds

The heavyweight 1V was the top Ivy to finish in the Championship Eights, coming in second place behind winner UVA.

Supplement Stories

Bartman Takes the Helm

Hopes soared with the mid-summer hiring of Michiel Bartman as head coach of the Radcliffe lightweights in July.

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An Evil Woman

Academic Fair at the Plaza
On Campus

Opening Days

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Transatlanticism

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I Am Not at a Cafe