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STREAKING STANTON
Football

STREAKING STANTON

Junior running back Paul Stanton, above, rushed for a career-high 235 yards and three touchdowns in a 34-24 win over Penn Saturday.

STANT UP
Football

STANT UP

Junior running back Paul Stanton, shown here in earlier action, spearheaded the Crimson's offensive production with 235 rushing yards and three scores.

STANT UP
Football

STANT UP

Junior running back Paul Stanton, shown here in earlier action, spearheaded the Crimson's offensive production with 235 rushing yards and three scores.

Wes
Men's Basketball

Wes

A level head combined with a competitive streak has helped senior Wesley Saunders become Ivy League Player of the Year and a top-notch prankster.

FOCUSED FACE OFF
Men's Ice Hockey

FOCUSED FACE OFF

Junior co-captain Kyle Criscuolo, shown above, and the Harvard men’s hockey team take on Brown and Yale this weekend. The Bulldogs bounced the Crimson from the ECAC tournament last season.

SAVING PRIVATE RYAN
Football

SAVING PRIVATE RYAN

The Harvard defense propelled the Crimson to its 45-0 routing of Columbia.

STANTON
Football

STANTON

Junior running back Paul Stanton and company will attempt to keep Harvard's undefeated season alive when the squad takes on Columbia Saturday.

Olympians
Women's Ice Hockey

Olympians

Hockey
Men's Ice Hockey

Hockey

In its opening game of the season, the men's hockey team tied with Dartmouth, 3-3.

Coach Stone 2.0
Women's Ice Hockey

Coach Stone 2.0

With 428 wins to her name coming into the 2015 NCAA Frozen Four, Harvard coach Katey Stone already sits in the record books as the winningest coach in Division I women's ice hockey history.

Field Hockey
Field Hockey

Field Hockey

GO FISCHY
Football

GO FISCHY

Junior wideout Andrew Fischer led the receiving corp with 107 yards, including a 78-yard catch-and-dash to put the Crimson on the board first against Lafayette.

Fitzhenry
Women's Crew

Fitzhenry

Senior Lizzy Fitzhenry won three gold medals with Yale senior Kristina Wagner at the 2011 Canadian Henley Championship.

Women's Soccer
Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer

The Harvard women's soccer team lost its first conference game since 2012, falling to Dartmouth, 2-0.

DOUBLE TROUBLE
Women's Soccer

DOUBLE TROUBLE

The women's soccer team, shown here in earlier action, suffered its third-straight double overtime match without a win. The squad dropped the contest to BU, 2-1.

Big States, Little States
College

Beyond Boston: Regional Diversity at Harvard

Central Administration

In Op-Ed, Law Profs Call for University Governance Changes

Jeffrey K. McDonough Artwork
Scrutiny

Not a 9-to-5 Job

Advising Programs Office Under Construction
College

Freshman Advising: Under Construction