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Undergraduate Council

Cab Sharing With UC Taxis

It's Thanksgiving break and most are headed home for some turkey and mashed potatoes. However, getting to the airport can be a hassle, especially if your plane leaves at 4 a.m. when taking the T isn't an option. If you're considering taking a cab, don't forget about UC Taxis, which can save you money by helping you find other Harvard students who need to get to Logan airport as well.

Beyond the Clark
Supplement Stories

Clark de Triomphe

Playing in all of the Crimson’s games last season, sophomore Christine Clark contributed greatly in both scoring and on the boards.

An Evening with Champions 2011 feat. Yuna Kim
Student Groups

Figure Skating Legends Support Cancer Research

Mesmerizing performances by some of figure skating’s greatest athletes delighted fans at An Evening With Champions, filling the evening with an assortment of jumps, lifts, spread eagles, and backflips.

Brick Wahl
Field Hockey

Jenkins’ Goal Seconds into Overtime Buries Catamounts

After beating Brown on Saturday, the Harvard field hockey team defeated Vermont, 2-1, in overtime.

Grilling the Opposition
Men's Golf

Crimson Finishes Eighth Overall

The winds did not blow in the right direction for Harvard, as its men’s golf team finished eighth out of 12 teams at the Princeton Invitational.

Roger That
Men's Soccer

Soccer Match for a Good Cause

It’s not every day that a college team gets to play a country’s national team, but the Harvard men’s soccer ...

Macmaster-Mind
Men's Tennis

Harvard Earns Home Wins Before Ivy League Play

The Harvard men’s tennis team (11-7) displayed extra grit by defeating two opponents within a span of only eight hours yesterday at the Murr Center.

Football

Football Team Leads Blood Drive Effort

This Friday, March 25th, the football team will be holding a blood drive to help the American Red Cross with its efforts to save those in need.

SHUT DOWN BROWN
Softball

Road Trip Ends With Narrow Win

The second weekend of spring break proved to be less than perfect for the Harvard softball team, as it traveled ...

RE-FRESHMEN-T
Features

Rookies Play Big Role for Harvard

All five freshmen have found a way to gain playing time and make a significant impact early on in their college careers.

Kate the Great
Women's Ice Hockey

Crimson Seeks Spot in Finals

After sweeping St. Lawrence last weekend in the ECAC quarterfinals, the Harvard women’s ice hockey team will square off against Dartmouth tonight at Bright Hockey Center for a chance to advance to the championship match.

Track and Cross Country

Harvard Gains Prized XC Recruit

High school senior Billy Orman, who finished sixth at the prestigious Foot Locker Cross Country Championships in 2010, has committed ...

Seeing Red
Men's Ice Hockey

Harvard Splits Weekend Matchups

But after stretching its streak to three games by defeating Cornell (11-7-2, 13-11-3 ECAC) on Friday in Ithaca, the Crimson (6-19-1, 4-14-1) could not finish a weekend sweep, falling at Colgate (7-23-2, 4-14-2) on Saturday.

MEDAL OF CONOR
Men's Ice Hockey

Despite Tie, Crimson Displays Improvement Against Tigers

After getting blanked in its previous game, Harvard men’s hockey team fought hard in a back-and-forth and high-scoring overtime tie ...

Free Time
Columns

In Search of Lost Time

Photo Man
Ivy League

Beyond The Silver Screen

Larry, In His Element
Scrutiny

Professor Summers

Data Sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization