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.

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 ...

Leak-y Cauldron
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.

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.


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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Visual Arts

Art House

Youth Homelessness in the Square
Harvard Square

For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

Johnston Gate Arts Cover

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance