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Kendra F. Rosario

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Women's Volleyball

WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL: Crimson Fails to Maintain Winning Ways

The Harvard women’s volleyball team started off its 2011 season on a tear, winning seven of its first nine contests. But in Ivy League play, the Crimson could not keep its momentum going, dropping nine of 14 Ivy League contests en route to a 12-12 overall record.

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Sailing Competes in Two Regattas, Fails to Qualify for Team Race Nationals

In both of the two regattas this weekend the Harvard co-ed sailing team faced fierce competition on the water. The ...

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Sailing Team Races Four Regattas

Four regattas in one weekend spelled a mixture of success and failure for the Harvard sailing team.

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Sailing Competes in Three Regattas

In the three regattas of the weekend, Harvard maintained its impressive and consistent season of performances. In the President’s Trophy, ...

Sailing

Sailing Places in Middle of the Pack

The Harvard sailing team completed two regattas this past weekend.

Sailing

Three-regatta Weekend Keeps Sailing Team Busy

The No. 17 Harvard sailing team had all hands on deck this weekend and came away from its three regattas with three top-ten finishes.

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Supplement Stories

Catching a Second Wind

The graduation of free safety Collin Zych ’11 leaves a definite hole in the Crimson defensive backfield. But despite the loss of the 2010 team captain, it has become increasingly apparent that Harvard's secondary may still be among the strongest in the Ivy League.

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Features

Rookie Finds Success in First Season

As part of a standout group of freshmen, the majority of whom took a year off before Harvard to finesse their skills, Eipp might have been overlooked among the impressive accomplishments. But this year’s numbers don’t lie, and as the season continues, Eipp proves to be an indispensable part of the Crimson lineup.

Chemistry

Chemistry Prof. Passes Away at 91

Professor William N. Lipscomb Jr., a Nobel Laureate in chemistry who taught at Harvard for over 50 years, has passed away at the age 91, due to complications from a fall and pneumonia.

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Track and Cross Country

Crimson Thrower Climbs the Ranks

When junior Nick Farnsworth began throwing the javelin in high school, no one could have known how far he would go—with the sport or with the spear.

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Women's Lacrosse

Tetreault’s Five Goals Lift Harvard to Comeback Victory Over Bears

After falling behind, the Crimson stole the momentum from Brown thanks to sophomore Danielle Tetreault’s five goals, grabbing a 12-9 win.

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Men's Crew

Crimson Readies for Spring

The Harvard men’s heavyweight crew team is the last, but certainly not the least, of the Crimson crews to begin competition this spring.

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Women's Water Polo

Kennifer Shines After Spring Slump

No one was more determined than Kennifer, who helped the team snap its streak with five goals and five steals in a 12-8 victory over Wagner.

Women's Basketball

Top Recruit Chooses Harvard

Coveted basketball recruit Temi Fagbenle has been recruited by top programs like Duke, Boston College, and Georgetown, but settled on Harvard with ease.

Sports Blog

Magic of Numbers: Weekend Countdown

Each Thursday, The Crimson will compile a series of unique statistics about Harvard's sports scene. Welcome to the Magic of ...

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Crime

News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

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Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

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Track and Cross Country

Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

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Columns

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