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Moe Money, Moe Problems: Bidding Adieu

So, this marks the end of one girl’s scholastic sporting career. What began vivaciously with a seven-goal scoring spree on

Celebrity Predictions

President Lawrence H. Summers “Rick Levin spoke so graciously at my inauguration that I wouldn’t dream of predicting the obvious—except

Moe Money, Moe Problems: Breaking Up With a Winner

Lately, things just haven't really been working out. It was time to face the writing on the wall. We've been

Women's Tennis Closes Season With Win

Going out in style. That is how women's tennis and captain Vedica Jain finished up the season on Saturday, beating

Moe Money, Moe Problems

Yesterday, as I passed by the mounds of team schedule cards on the checker's desk in the Murr Center, I

Dan Weinstein '03: Go Speed Racer Go

Dan Weinstein seems like any ordinary college freshman: he worries about lack of sleep, likes to talk about his entryway,

M. Hockey Faces Dual Challenge Against St. Lawrence, Clarkson

On Jan. 14, the last time Harvard approached a St. Lawrence/Clarkson weekend, it stood atop the ECAC, and was hoping

W. Hockey Shakes Off Rust

Having been away from competition for three weeks due to final exams, the women's ice hockey team returned Saturday to

Skiing Finishes Last in Vermont

The Harvard men's and women's alpine skiing teams faced New England's best collegiate ski teams Jan. 28 and 29 in

Byerly Hall Wants YOU!

Admissions officers can't do it alone. Except for the allure of the famous name, Harvard's admissions shtick is no different

M. Hockey Has Chance for Five-Point Lead in ECAC

Opportunity knocks for the Harvard men's hockey team this weekend. The Crimson (7-8-1, 6-4-1 ECAC) enters the weekend in an

M. Hoops Fall to Northeastern, 72-63

Lead.. Although the Harvard men's basketball team went into the half with a 36-30 lead, the Crimson (4-5, 1-0 Ivy)

W. Hockey Sweeps Niagra

After a week of shaky performances against Ivy League foes, the Harvard women's hockey team returned to form this weekend,

M., W. Squash Cruise by Five Opponents

Following up on two 9-0 routs of Brown two weeks ago, the Harvard men's and women's squash teams rolled over

M. Fencing Beats Tufts; Both Drop to Lions

Hosting both Columbia and Tufts on Saturday, the Harvard fencing teams both fell to Ivy foe Columbia, while the men

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