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Jacob D. H. Feldman

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Men's Basketball

Bench Leads Men’s Basketball to Win Over Dartmouth

HANOVER, N.H.—The starters never got started Saturday night when the No. 24 Harvard men’s basketball team extended its winning streak to four games, topping Dartmouth, 54-38, for the second time in as many weeks.

Football

Murphy Named President of the American Football Coaches Association

The winningest football coach in Harvard history has another accolade to add to his growing resume. Having surpassed his Crimson predecessors in the record books, Harvard football coach Tim Murphy now sets out to lead his peers as the 2012 president of the American Football Coaches Association.

Breaking Sports

AROUND THE IVIES: Penn, Yale Return from Southern Swings Empty-Handed

While the Harvard men’s basketball team stayed close to home in the final week of 2011, traveling crosstown to face Boston College and hosting St. Joseph’s, Penn and Yale took up a different strategy.

Men's Basketball

Crimson Crossovers: Kyle Casey and Lamar Odom

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

Men's Basketball

Crimson Crossovers: Laurent Rivard and Jason Kapono

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

Men's Basketball

Crimson Crossovers: Brandyn Curry and Derek Fisher

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

IOP

Poll: Young Voters' Approval of Obama Low

President Barack Obama’s approval rating among 18- to 29-year-olds has dropped to an all-time low of 46 percent, according to a study by the Institute of Politics released Thursday.

Joe Restic On Tim Murphy Surpassing His Record
Football

Joe Restic On Tim Murphy Surpassing His Record

GOLEN GIRLS
Women's Basketball

Crimson Falls in Finals of Minnesota Tournament

Women's basketball went 1-1 at the Best Buy Classic in Minnesota this weekend.

Research

Alumna Develops Hangover Cure

For months, Brenna S. Haysom ’00, endured four to five hangovers a week as she attempted to hone in on the perfect flavor for her new drug.

Seventh Heaven
Off Campus

Men's Basketball to Try Its Luck at UConn

If the Crimson wanted to prove they belong in the top-25, this would be the team to play. And if a Harvard fan wanted to get a taste of big-time college athletics, this would be the game to attend.

House Life

Eliot House Lights Its Dhall with Christmas Festivities

It’s officially holiday season at Eliot House. And if anyone has any doubts about that, all he needs to do is take a peek at the 14-foot Christmas tree that towers over House residents in the dining hall.

Events

Analyst Critiques Abbas’ Policy

At an event titled “Palestine After the UN: What’s Next?,” Middle East analyst Mouin Rabbani had a simple answer to the question posed. “Nobody really knows,” began Rabbani, who specializes in the Israel-Palestine conflict.

Student Life

Social Tips ... From Math Students

Robert K. Nishihara '13 and Yiren Lu '13 are on a mission. The two math concentrators and Adams House residents are attempting to change how people, specifically students, regard their ability to improve social proficiency.

Men's Ice Hockey

Resilient Crimson Finds Equalizer Twice Against Big Green

Despite outshooting Dartmouth 37-26 on Friday night, the Harvard men’s hockey team left Hanover with a 3-3 tie.

STANTING TALL
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