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Juliet Spies-Gans

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Men's Basketball

Crimson Crossovers: Keith Wright and Al Jefferson

It truly is the most wonderful time of the year. On Dec. 25, we all shared in a gift that ...

Jack and Jill
Women's Ice Hockey

Crimson Scores Eight in Rout of UConn

New year, new opponent, same result for the Harvard women’s ice hockey team as it started 2012 on the right note. Eight times over.

From Coast to Coast
Men's Basketball

Jeremy Lin '10 Heads to City That Never Sleeps

The New York Knicks claimed the Harvard alum less than three days after he was released by the Houston Rockets.

Men's Basketball

Jeremy Lin '10 Released by Rockets

On the eve of both Christmas and the start of the 2011-12 NBA season, Jeremy Lin ’10 received some coal ...

Harvard Square

Secure a Signature From Shaq

The last time Shaq received publicity for being in Harvard Square, it was for a rather stoic reason.

Women's Swimming

Harvard Takes Down Two Ivy Visitors

This weekend the Harvard women’s swimming and diving team—which took second place in the 2010 Ivy League Championships—proved that this ...

Men's Basketball

Pros Versus Ivy League Joes

Ray Allen, Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett—and now, Keith Wright. While all play for Massachusetts-based basketball teams, they now have one more thing in common: all have been influenced by Brian Adams.

Women's Soccer

Crimson To Face BU in NCAA Tourney

When members of the Harvard women’s soccer team think of this year’s NCAA tournament, their thoughts don’t go straight to March Madness.

Harvard Kennedy School

Hong Kong Leader Visits Kennedy School

Hong Kong political leader Donald Tsang enumerated the virtues of the city state’s autonomy in relation to mainland China in a speech he called “A Tale of Two Systems,” delivered last night at the Kennedy School.

P.F. Chang's
Men's Crew

Chang Guides Lightweights

Senior Angela Chang did not arrive at Harvard looking to be a coxswain. Instead, she started out playing lacrosse, a ...

Women's Basketball

Emily Tay '09 Featured in Documentary

When scouting reports said that Melissa Johnson ’00 had a good shot, they weren’t just talking about her jumper.

We Have Liftoff
Women's Ice Hockey

Armstrong’s Winner Downs Visiting McGill

One week after the Bruins paraded their Stanley Cup trophy through Harvard Square, the Harvard women’s hockey team earned a celebration of its own.

Women's Soccer

First-Place Crimson Looks To Tame Tigers

The Crimson (9-4-1, 3-0-1 Ivy) takes on Princeton (4-8-1, 1-3-0) at Soldiers Field Soccer/Lacrosse Stadium tomorrow night.

Kailyn Time
Track and Cross Country

Crimson Races Untested Runners at Wisconsin Adidas Invitational

On Friday, the Harvard men's and women's teams competed at the Wisconsin Adidas Invitational.

Field Hockey vs Big Red
Field Hockey

Crimson Drops Big Red To Move Into Tie for First Place

Harvard’s field hockey team beat Cornell, 3-1, to advance into a five-way tie for first place in the Ivy standings.


Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules

Playing With The Rules


Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads