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Christopher L. R. Keller

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Men's Soccer

Harvard Squares Off Against Yale in Ivy Opener

The Harvard men’s soccer team (2-5-1) will look to start its season off with a fresh slate as it opens Ivy League play this Saturday with a game against rival Yale (4-4-1) at Reese Stadium.

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Men's Basketball

(Harvard) Love and Basketball

Though the season doesn’t get under way for nearly two months, this weekend had important implications for the future of ...

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Track and Cross Country

Leakos Overcomes Injury, Wins Home Race

The injuries that cross-country runners suffer are often the result of overuse. In a sport with little physical contact, traumatic injuries become something of a rarity. But this was not the case last year for sophomore James Leakos, who suffered a concussion in the 2010 edition of the Harvard-Yale meet in New Haven.

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Women's Soccer

Harvard Falls to Hofstra, URI in Final Preseason Games

Instead, the Crimson (3-4) suffered two gut-wrenching losses against nonconference opponents, dropping a home game, 5-4, against Hofstra (4-2) on Friday and falling 3-2 to University of Rhode Island (4-3-1) in a double-overtime loss on Sunday.

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Sailing

Freshmen Shine in Career Debut

Looking to build upon last year’s third-place finish at Nationals, the Harvard sailing team kicked off its 2011 campaign with several strong showings at a trio of regattas.

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Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads