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SIDEBAR: Schuyler Mann '05

When the comic book-sounding “Sky Mann” was announced at the Beanpot tournament last year, it was oddly appropriate. The man

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Full-Contact Lentz

Brian Lentz has just been asked whether the fact that he’s never won an Ivy League championship in his Harvard

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SIDEBAR: Lance Salsgiver '06

“You don’t see many kids at Harvard get off the plane in a T-shirt with the ‘Runs Like A Deere’

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Saved By the Bell: Rowed to Ruin

On March 8, a Harvard sophomore and member of the crew team was found lying on the ground near the

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Former Harvard Infielder Hired by Sox

The Ivy League’s—and Harvard’s—parade into the front office ranks of Major League Baseball continued yesterday as the Red Sox announced

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Freshmen Impact Baseball

It’s unclear whether University President Larry Summers had ever been to a Harvard baseball game prior to popping in during

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Saved By the Bell: Harvard Hoops Support Lacking

Brady Merchant became LeBrady Merchant (Kobe Merchant? Brady McGrady?) for 40 minutes on Saturday night, and people cared. Not just

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Saved By the Bell: Despite Principles, Identity Crisis Lingers

Harvard Athletic Director Robert L. Scalise took the podium at the symposium held at the Murr Center on Friday and

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Saved By the Bell: Ivy Athletics Deserve a Better Fate

Times were rough, what with the Second Gulf War having just entered its eighteenth depressing year, and I thought it

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Torn Labrum Sidelines Baseball's Hordon

The deep freeze abated long enough Monday afternoon for the Harvard baseball team to practice outdoors. Having lost ten seniors

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Crimson Can’t Stop Penn Bombers

PHILADELPHIA, Pa.—The first was troubling. The second was killer. Both were wide open. Penn’s Koko Archibong hadn’t seen daylight down

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Saved by the Bell: Veteran Crimson Unfazed On Road

PHILADELPHIA—“Harvard Will Lose, But Get An A Just For Showing Up!” screamed the banner as it cascaded down the stands

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Saved By the Bell

Imagine achieving your greatest triumph almost too soon. Imagine opening up the season by beating the Hurricanes—Miami, not Carolina—or sweeping

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Saved By The Bell: Sk8er Girl

Figure skater and 2002 Olympic gold medalist Sarah Hughes, one of the most heartwarming sports stories of last year, got

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Saved by the Bell: Lost in the Transfer—A Christmas Carol

Be patient. There’s a Christmas story buried in this column, albeit a warped and disturbing and wholly abstract one—a postmodern

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I Am Not at a Cafe

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Away in Argentina

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Adventures in Separation and Spain
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Adventures in Separation and Spain