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NOTEBOOK: Spearheaded By Two Bigs, Harvard Slips Past Princeton

When Princeton came into Lavietes Pavilion on Saturday night, the game not only featured a match-up of the two tops teams in the league, but also the conference’s two top players—Harvard’s Wesley Saunders and the Tigers’ Ian Hummer.

Men's Basketball

5-on-5: Men's Basketball Weekend Preview

This weekend’s home-stand will pit Harvard against two conference foes. First up will be a Friday night showdown against Penn. On Saturday, Harvard will take on arguably its biggest threat in the Ancient Eight, its rival Princeton. The Crimson’s basketball beat writers answer five questions about this weekend’s match ups.


Return Home No Help for Lin '10, Rockets

While the saying may be “home sweet home,” the return back to Houston was anything but sweet for Jeremy Lin’s ...


Lin '10 Left Off All-Star Roster

Last year, it took some work, but eventually Jeremy Lin ’10 made the Rookie-Sophomore Challenge at the 2012 All-Star Weekend. ...


Lin '10, Rockets Snap Losing Streak

For the first time in 13 days, Jeremy Lin ’10’s Houston Rockets could slap hands and smile as the final ...


Rockets, Lin '10 Lose Sixth Straight

At the exact midway point of the NBA regular season, Jeremy Lin ’10’s Houston Rockets find themselves at a crossroads. ...


Late Surge by Lin '10 Not Enough to Stop Rockets' Skid

With a little less than a minute remaining in the fourth quarter, Linsanity was alive and well once more Wednesday ...


Lin '10, Rockets Drop Fourth Straight

The Ides of January brought no relief to Jeremy Lin ’10 and his Houston Rockets team as they lost their ...


Lin '10 and Rockets Struggle in Second Straight Loss

The Houston Rockets’ night could be summed up in a single statistic: only one player on the team’s entire roster ...


Lin '10 Scores 21 in Loss to Spurs

With the game clock winding down, the Houston Rockets found themselves in an unfamiliar position. For the first time in ...


Lin '10 Commits Seven Turnovers but Rockets Continue Winning Streak

It wasn’t one Houston will brag about, but after 48 minutes Jeremy Lin ’10 and the Rockets came out on ...


Lin '10 Spoils Bulls' Christmas with Double-Double

On a night supposed to be filled with holiday cheer, Jeremy Lin ’10 and his Houston Rockets played the role ...


Lin '10 Helps Rockets Notch Impressive Win

Coming into Saturday night’s game, the Memphis Grizzles had not won in Houston in over six and a half years. ...

Jeremy Lin

Jeremy Lin '10 Drops 13 Against Knicks

For the first time since Linsanity was in full swing, Jeremy Lin ’10 stepped onto the court alongside the New ...

Men's Basketball

NOTEBOOK: Harvard Men's Basketball Overcomes Slow Start Against MIT

In what was the first game of the season for both the Harvard and the MIT men’s basketball teams, each squad showed the rust of a long off-season early in the night. Eventually the Crimson pulled out the win, 69-54, but not before an abundance of turnovers and a series of runs characterized the first period for both teams as inconsistent.

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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

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Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

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