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Women's Volleyball

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14 kills from captain Taylor Docter (right) and 26 assists from senior Beth Kinsella, both shown here in earlier action, were not enough in the Harvard women’s volleyball team's 3-2 season-opening loss to Middle Tennessee State on Friday.

College

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Students gather for Eleganza’s Night Out, an annual fundraiser for teen empowerment which featured a date auction and a dance party.

College

Today in Photos (11/30/2011)

Boycott from Within
Crime

Boycott from Within

A speaker discusses justice and equality for both Israeli and Palestinian peoples during "Boycott from Within: Israeli & American Voices Against Apartheid," held in the Taubman Building of the Harvard Kennedy School yesterday.

Education Under Fire
Today in Photos

Today in Photos (11/15/11)

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Women's Volleyball

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Harvard senior Christine Wu (2) serves the ball in a game against Yale on Friday, November 11th.

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Women's Volleyball

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Harvard junior Olivia Staffon (7) shows off her jump serve in a game against Yale on Friday, November 11th.

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Events

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The New England Marxism Conference sponsored by the International Socialist Organization, took place in the Science Center during the weekend of November 12-13 attracting students and members of the Cambridge community.

Men's Ice Hockey

Sports Snapshots (11/14/11)

Tourists
Harvard Yard

Today in Photos (11/14/11)

UNITED WE STAND
Women's Volleyball

UNITED WE STAND

The volleyball team gathers together at the end of a game against Yale on Friday.

Celebrating Eid al-Adha
Student Groups

Celebrating Eid al-Adha

Students at the Harvard Islamic Society’s celebration of Eid al-Adha chat and snack on traditional Muslim foods yesterday evening in Ticknor Lounge.

Dunster Hoedown
Today in Photos

Today in Photos (11/07/11)

Student Groups

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Alan (Ben J. Lorenz ’14), the awkward yet charming protagonist of “Play it Again, Sam,” shares a romantic moment onstage with his fling, played by Jacqueline J. Rossi ’12.

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Student Groups

pencils for kids

Robin Mednick, shown speaking to students in Harvard Hall, created Pencils for Kids, a not-for-profit grassroots organization that serves the educational needs of the community of Libore, Niger.

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

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Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads