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Cameron Dowd

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The Price is Right
Women's Water Polo

Visiting Crimson Defeats Ivy Rival

The Harvard women’s water polo team stormed back in the third period to take a lead that it would not relinquish as it earned a win over Brown, 16-12.

Student Life

Website Aims To Aid Event Planning

A new website, Mobi, has been released to help Harvard students better search for interesting activities and weekend events. One of the creators is Haoqi Zhang, a Harvard teaching fellow and Computer Science Ph.D. student, who developed the site to create a "new way to plan events together" by allowing people to either find or add activities that may interest others.

Student Life

On ‘Bucket List,’ Both Joy and Tears

“Kiss a crew boy” and “go streaking” were just a few of the goals expressed in chalk on a school-wide ‘bucket list,’ where students are encouraged to express the one thing they wish they could do before they graduate.

Best Foot Forward
Women's Lacrosse

Visiting Harvard Downs Princeton Despite Late Tiger Rally

The Harvard women’s lacrosse team came out the gates firing, taking a commanding 5-0 lead, which proved to be too much for favored No. 12 Princeton.

Sports Blog

Magic of Numbers: Spring Sports Enjoy Highs and Lows

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

Women's Tennis

Crimson Steamrolls Visiting Quakers

The No. 55 Harvard women’s tennis team came out strong in the singles matches to take a commanding 6-1 win ...

Sports Blog

Magic of Numbers: Worldwide Sports

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

Dynamic Duo

Hometown Friends Excel for Crimson Lightweights

The juniors race together on the first varsity eight for Harvard, but their connection goes much further back than workouts on the Charles.

Men's Volleyball

Crimson Battles Back at Princeton, Ends Losing Streak

The Harvard men’s volleyball team had won just twice in its last 12 contests heading into this past weekend. The ...

Comeback Kids
Women's Lacrosse

Crimson Pulls Off Comeback Against Wildcats

After falling behind 6-0 with 10:27 left in the first half, the Harvard women’s lacrosse team took a stand.


A Look at Recent Trends in Harvard Sports

With some seasons just coming to an end and others picking up speed, Crimson athletics are feeling the ups and ...

Pitching a Perl

Baseball's Perlman Finds the Bright Side

Despite the Harvard baseball team’s 1-13 start to the season, not all is lost with the Crimson able to ride ...

Women's Lacrosse

Crimson Survives Big Red Comeback

A late Cornell charge fell just short, allowing the Harvard women’s lacrosse team to come away with its first win of the season as the Crimson defeated the Big Red, 13-12, on Saturday at Schoellkopf Field in Ithaca, N.Y.

Paying the Brent

Host Jacksonville State Sweeps All Four Games Against Crimson

After losing its first two games of the season by a wide margin on Friday, the Harvard men’s baseball team fought back on Sunday but fell to Jacksonville State in two nail-biting losses.

Hitting Hard
Supplement Stories

A Chance at Redemption

One more win. That is the theme of the upcoming year for Harvard’s softball team. One more win last year, and the squad would have been Ivy League Champions.