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Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Hopes To Stay in Contention for League Title

After defeating Brown, 4-1, the Harvard women’s soccer team will look to pick up its fourth victory in five games against Princeton in Princeton, N.J. on Saturday.


Every Four Years, Students Head Down the Road to the White House

Because Harvard doesn't already present enough ways for students to get politically involved, every four years the school offers Gov 1359: Road to the White House.

On Campus

Cabot Reduces Deserted Grill Items

In an effort to encourage Harvard students to emulate the upstanding young men and women pictured on the school's brochures, the Cabot dining hall has created a poster to remind people to stop leaving their grill orders unattended.

Sports Blog

Athlete of the Week: Runners Up

Although sophomore May Cascells-Hamby may have gotten this week’s Athlete of the Week award, plenty of other Harvard athletes submitted excellent performances over the last week that merited recognition of their own.


What to Look for in Tonight's Debate

After a presidential debate that catapulted Mitt Romney ahead in the polls and an even more rousing vice presidential showdown last Thursday, we're eager to see what tonight's penultimate, round three debate at Hofstra University will bring. As both casual observers and huge "Sesame Street" fans, here are five things Flyby will be looking for tonight.


Berg Has Career Day in Dominant Ivy Win

As Cornell defenders prepared to converge on Chapple, Berg sprinted towards the right corner of the end zone as Chapple lofted up a pass into coverage.

Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Ties Cornell, 1-1, in Double-OT

The Crimson scored early in the game and gave up a late goal in the second half after holding the Big Red scoreless for most of the game.


MLB Playoffs: A Guide Who To Root For

For those Harvard students who have the time to delay hitting the books and want to hit the couch instead, here’s a Harvard-centric viewing guide for the Major League Baseball playoffs:


Register to Vote!

For most college students, logistical hassles can be a barrier to registering to vote. With deadlines for registration rapidly approaching, the Institute of Politics has partnered with TurboVote, a company developed by two Kennedy School alums that offers online voter registration, to streamline the process. With TurboVote, students can simply fill out a digital form to register to vote in any state, get an absentee ballot, or re-register in Massachusetts after registering in another state. (All students are eligible to register in Massachusetts but must do so by Oct. 17.) It's convenient enough to do from the comfort of your own dorm room.

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Men's Water Polo

First-Year Zepfel Helms Men's Water Polo Attack

The freshman water polo player currently leads his team in goals and is third in assists. Zepfel scored 13 goals in four games over the weekend’s Bison Classic.

All Business

Offensive Line Helps Crimson to First Ivy Win

The line routinely opened up large holes for Scales to run through during his 136 yard, four-touchdown day.

Women's Golf

Women's Golf Takes Third at Yale Tournament

Amidst windy conditions, the Harvard women’s golf team finished third at this weekend’s Yale Women’s Fall Intercollegiate tournament.

Field Hockey

Field Hockey Looks for First Conference Win at Penn

After losing its Ivy League opener, the Harvard field hockey team looks to pick up its first win in conference play when it travels to Franklin Field to play Penn on Saturday.


A Silent Killing

What we need is not a complete ban on weaponry but a discussion on the merits of gun control in a country where nobody will talk about it.