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Men's Swimming

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Harvard became the first Ivy League team to defeat Princeton in its own pool. The Crimson couldn’t repeat at Ivy League Championships and took second place to cap off an undefeated dual meet season.

Flying to the Top
Men's Swimming

Flying to the Top

Harvard Sophomore Chuck Katis, shown above, leads the undefeated men's swimming team into this weekend's Ivy League Championship.

Eddie Izzard
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Eddie Izzard

Men's Squash

Today in Photos (2/21/13)

Warming Up
Environment

Warming Up

Nicholas Lemann ‘76 speaks, as Victor S. Thomas Professor of Government and Sociology Theda Skopol looks on, during a panel about the politics of global warming on Thursday. Lemann discussed the next steps in environmental legislation.

Men's Basketball

Today in Photos (2/15/2013)

Rewriting the Record Books
Men's Swimming

Rewriting the Record Books

Junior Oliver Lee and freshman Kendall Crawford won all of their races this weekend, setting Harvard records and leading their respective teams to historic wins.

Rewriting the Record Books
Men's Swimming

Rewriting the Record Books

Junior Oliver Lee and freshman Kendall Crawford led their respective teams to historic wins over Yale and Princeton.

Men's Swimming

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Junior Oliver Lee and freshman Kendall Crawford won all of their races this weekend, setting Harvard records and leading their respective teams to historic wins over Yale and Princeton.

Hockey
Men's Ice Hockey

Hockey Preview 2014

The Oval
Scrutiny

Seeing Red: Stanford v. Harvard

blood handprint
Arts

Dead Letter: The Aesthetics of Horror

Election Strategy
Columns

Where Did All The Ideas Go?