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Men's Soccer

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Freshman forward Michael Innocenzi maintains possession in the men's soccer game against Brown, in which the Bears snagged a first-half goal to defeat Harvard 1-0.

Men's Soccer

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Scott Prozeller, junior midfielder, sprints up the field in a final attempt to pressure the goal in Saturday night's match against Brown. The Bears defeated Harvard 1-0.

Men's Soccer

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Eric Slignerland, sophomore defender, is pulled down as he clears the ball in Saturday night's game against Brown, in which the Bears defeated Harvard 1-0.

Hammerin' Hodges
Men's Basketball

Sports Snapshots (10/17/2011)

On Campus

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Co-producer Katherine Price and Lighting Designer Rossi Walter cue a blackout during the show, which was held in the Adams Pool Theater this weekend.

On Campus

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Frankie (Omar Cancio) siezes the moment and kisses Kim (Mary Hallowell) duirng the one act play, Affordable Rates and Color TV, directed by Andy J. Boyd ‘14.

On Campus

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Kim (Mary Hallowell) is forced by her abusive boyfriend, Scott (Will Kehler) to drink a pot of old coffee.

On Campus

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Harleen Gambhir, who is comping the Harvard Crimson photo board, plays the role of Claire. Here she performs a hilarious rant about her pre-prom woes on Friday night.

On Campus

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Frankie (Omar Cancio) helps Kim (Mary Hallowell) into her mother’s wedding dress.

On Campus

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William Ryan, playing the part of confused-yet-wise motel client Ben, shares a cup of coffee and some advice with Kim (Mary Hallowell) in the one-act play "Affordable Rates & Color TVs," directed and produced by Andy Boyd.

On Campus

Affordable Rates and Color TV

Cambridge

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Director Severine Von Tscharner Fleming speaks with a panel of local farmers at the premiere of "The Greenhorns," a film which played at Brattle Theater on Wednesday.

Cambridge

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Director Severine Von Tscharner Fleming, left, shares her experiences of creating "The Greenhorns," a film which premiered at Brattle Theater on Wednesday and highlighted the lives of young farmers in America.

Cambridge

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Severine Von Tscharner Fleming shares her experiences directing "The Greenhorns," a film focusing on young farmers in America that played at Brattle Theater on Wednesday.

On Campus

The Geography of Harvard Athletics

University Hall
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Among Harvard’s Faculty, ‘Women Are Still Pioneers’

Faculty Contributions Feature
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Harvard Faculty Donate to Democrats by Wide Margin

Massachusetts Hall
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Graduate Students Start Movement To Unionize