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Timothy Jackson

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Men's Soccer

M. Soccer Suffers Injuries, Inconsistency

In a year characterized by injuries and a failure to win important Ivy League games down the stretch, the end

Fencing

M. Fencing Posts Best Season in 25 Years

Led by a trio of freshman All-Americans, the Harvard men’s fencing team completed its most successful season since 1976-77. The

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Fencing

Women Fencers Go Undefeated in NFC

The Harvard women’s fencing team foiled its opponents all season en route to a 15-2 record. Led by the foil

Fencing

Upset of the Year: Men's Fencing Upsets Reigning Ivy Champs

“I don’t think anyone on our team really thought we had a chance to win before the meet started,” said

Men's Water Polo

Water Polo Head Coach Resigns

Harvard water polo coach Jim Floerchinger resigned earlier this month, ending his five-year tenure as the team’s first full-time head

DOUG DAYS

M. Lax Scares No. 2 Princeton with Second-Half Rally That Falls Just Short

Trailing 10-3 at halftime, Harvard men’s lacrosse tri-captain Doug Logigian tried to rally his team with words, but it was

M. Volleyball Ends Season with Victory

FAIRFIELD, CONN.—“When we come to play ball, we’re the best team on the court,” said Harvard men’s volleyball coach Rob

W. Golf Finishes Third at Bucknell

Drop the mercury below 40 degrees. Let the skies open and the rain come down in sheets. Toss in a

OPEN MIKE

Lacrosse Continues to Struggle

Eleven minutes away from an upset of No. 12 Cornell, the Harvard men’s lacrosse team could not hold off the

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Four Freshmen Fencers Named All-Americans

The Harvard fencing team capped its most successful season in decades with four freshmen earning All-American honors at the NCAA

Goalies Set for M. Hockey ECAC Semifinal Showdown

Look for the faces of the three most important players at this weekend’s ECAC men’s hockey championship, and you won’t

Men's Lacrosse Routs Holy Cross

The Harvard men’s lacrosse team needed a little help from Holy Cross to open the scoring, but once the Crimson

One Moore Playoff Run

To understand how important captain Dominic Moore is to the Harvard men’s hockey team, you have to go back to

Action Jackson: The Referee Was Dunn Like Dinner

Late in the third period of Harvard’s series-clinching win over Vermont on Saturday, Crimson senior Aaron Kim lay on his

Playing with the Rules
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Playing With The Rules

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Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Falling In Line
Football

Behind the Scenes: Game Day at Harvard Stadium

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads