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Student Life

Swim Across America Raises $55k

Swimmers from across the Boston area competed on Saturday to raise money for cancer research, at a Swim Across America fundraising event at Blodgett Pool.

Women's Lacrosse

Women's Lacrosse Dominates Brown

Harvard women’s lacrosse jumped out early and never looked back, besting Brown 16-8 on Saturday.

Flying to the Top
Men's Swimming

Men's Swimming's Relay Teams Finish in Top 20 at NCAA Championships

A youthful Harvard men’s swimming team wrapped up a strong weekend at the NCAA Championships in Seattle, Wash., on Saturday, finishing the meet with a total of eight All-American honors between the swimming and diving teams.

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Women's Lacrosse

Women's Lacrosse Looks To Bounce Back Against Eagles

The Crimson is attempting to avoid a defeat that would place it a full two games below .500 with a difficult schedule coming up.

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Women's Volleyball

Crimson Loss Earns Yale Ivy League Crown

As Yale freshman Mollie Rogers’ perfectly-placed kill landed in the middle of four Harvard (11-12, 4-9 Ivy) players to seal a convincing 3-0 victory for the Bulldogs (18-5, 12-1), Yale players began celebrating not just a victory over a conference rival but an Ivy League championship.

Women's Volleyball

Crimson Blanked by Ivy Champion Bulldogs

As Yale freshman Mollie Rogers’ perfectly placed final kill landed in the middle of four Harvard players to seal a convincing victory over the Crimson (11-12, 4-9 Ivy), the Bulldogs (18-5, 12-1) began celebrating not just a 3-0 victory over an arch-rival, but also an Ivy League Championship.

Berry Big Goals
Supplement Stories

Brogan Gets Her Berry Last Chance

Harvard coach Kathy Delaney-Smith struggles to pinpoint something that co-captain point guard Brogan Berry needs to work on.

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Women's Ice Hockey

Great Expectations

The Harvard women’s hockey team enters the 2010-11 season with the same ambition it always has: to win a national championship.

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Football

Harvard Defense Shuts Down Bison Quarterback

Coming into the game, the Bison averaged 24 points per contest. On Saturday, it scored just three.

Features

Harvard's Casey Excels in Freshman Season

Just about a month into her freshman year, freshman volleyball player Kristen Casey is already a big hit.

All Smiles
Men's Golf

Harsh Weather Conditions Affect Crimson’s Play at MacDonald Cup

The Harvard men’s golf team got off to a sluggish start on a wet and rainy day at the Course at Yale, playing its way to a fifth-place finish at the MacDonald Cup this past weekend.

COOKING CLASS
Football

Alums Pursue Football Around the World

The call of the football field has kept life in a cubicle at bay for a few recent Harvard graduates. While some, like Collin Zych ’11—who made it all the way to the Dallas Cowboys' final cut—had their pro dreams recently put on hold, a few others have taken up pro careers at varying levels around the world.

Football

Where Are They Now? Fitzpatrick Does It Again

In a new weekly feature, The Crimson will be tracking the successes (and potential failures) of some of Harvard’s most ...

Sports Blog

Where Are They Now? Fitzpatrick Shines in Bills' Win

In a new weekly feature, The Crimson will be tracking the successes (and potential failures) of some of Harvard’s most ...

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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