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Daniel E. Fernandez

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The Ladies' Dan: A Labor of Love Lost

Over the past four years, when I’ve told friends, family and casual acquaintances that I am a sportswriter for the

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Procrastination at Harvard

At the beginning of every final exam period for the past half-century, The Crimson has run the same humorous op-ed

A Capitol Idea

When I was eight years old, I wanted to be a hotshot quarterback in the NFL. At twelve, I had

Allard Masters Lessons on and off the Field

A visitor to the office of Harvard softball coach Jenny Allard could guess correctly from the piles of papers strewn

The Ladies' Dan: Four Years Of Blood, Sweat and Tears

With 21 seconds remaining and a victory in Saturday’s game versus Brown out of reach, Harvard coach Frank Sullivan called

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The Ladies' Dan: A Legacy Of Hope And Heartbreak

To those in the sportswriting community, Elliott Prasse-Freeman is notorious for snapping off colorful quotes, flashing his trademark grin while

M. Hoops Splits Vs. N.Y. Rivals

After a brutal stretch of four consecutive road losses to the best teams in the Ivy League, the Harvard men’s

W. Squash Cruises Despite Distractions

Coming off a tiring road trip to Canada, three days before the biggest match of the season and missing one

Morris Shines at Shrine Game

You wouldn’t know it was a bear market the way Carl Morris’ stock just keeps going up. The senior wide

M. Hoops Busts Out For First Home Win

Heading into Saturday’s matinee matchup versus Lehigh, the Harvard men’s basketball team was 0-2 at home for the first time

Turner Burns Crimson by Turning Back The Clock

At this time last year, Boston University junior guard Matt Turner was the Terriers’ leading scorer (17.5 ppg), their most

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The Games Behind The Game

Ah, the pungent smell of booze in the crisp autumn air, the sounds of old alums fawning over themselves and

QUAKED, RATTLED AND ROLLED

College ShameDay: Football Routed as Hyped Rematch Turns Into Dud

PHILADELPHIA—As Penn kicker Peter Veldman’s 27-yard field goal sailed through the uprights to open the scoring at Franklin Field this

Dance Team Sugar Bowl Bound

The Crimson Dance Team (CDT) is set to strut its stuff where no Harvard group has in the last 80

Eldo Kim
Crime

News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

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Track and Cross Country

Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

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Reconstruction 3.0