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Harvard Killed the Dinosaurs

While The Game is the centerpiece of the weekend, it will itself last only a few hours, and it will leave the weekend nights wide open for celebrating (Yale) or drinking away your sorrows (take a guess).

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YALE DAILY NEWS: Bulldogs Are Better Than You Might Think

So maybe, just maybe, just when it looks like our chances against the Crimson have hit a nadir, just when a sixth straight loss seems inevitable, just when apathy toward The Game seems to be rising, the Bulldogs have the power to surprise and reverse a forgettable half-decade of football. Don’t count them out—and yes, that’s directed toward Elis and Cantabs alike.

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Former Harvard coach Tony Reno took his signature recruiting strategy with him to New Haven, Conn., after accepting Yale’s head coaching job.

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Tony Reno, who served for three years as a Harvard assistant coach, was introduced in a press conference Thursday as the 34th Yale head football coach. Reno takes over for Tom Williams, who resigned last month amid allegations that he lied on his resume.

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Graduate Students Start Movement To Unionize

Central Administration

Amidst Title IX Debate, Law Faculty Raise Governance Concerns

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John Stilgoe’s Secret History

Big States, Little States
College

Beyond Boston: Regional Diversity at Harvard