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Timothy M. Mcdonald

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MARCH OF DESTINY
Men's Ice Hockey

M. Hockey Rises From Depths

A season of great expectations for the Harvard men’s hockey team came to an end late this March at the

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2004 ECAC Champions

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Men's Ice Hockey

Welch Voted in as 109th M. Hockey Captain

BOSTON, Mass.—The finishing touches were put on the 2003-2004 men’s hockey season last night at the Harvard Club of Boston.

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PRESSURE POINT
Men's Ice Hockey

ON HOCKEY: Crimson So Close To Becoming Hockey Power

ALBANY, N.Y.—A season of high expectations, of ups and downs and stops and starts, came to an abrupt end in

MAINE MAN
Men's Ice Hockey

Grumet-Morris Fails to Propel Crimson to Win

ALBANY, N.Y.—It was a challenging year for the Harvard men’s hockey team, a year that until recently was one of

OUT OF REACH
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OUT OF REACH

Harvard assistant captain Tyler Kolarik (16) chases Maine captain Todd Jackson during Maine's 5-4 NCAA regional victory over Harvard in Albany on March 26. It was Maine's second NCAA regional victory over the Crimson in three seasons.

MAK THE KNIFE
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MAK THE KNIFE

Freshman forward Ryan Maki scored for the Crimson during Harvard's 5-4 loss to Maine in the first round of the NCAA tournament on March 26 in Albany, N.Y.

PRESSURE POINT
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PRESSURE POINT

Freshman defenseman Dylan Reese (7) and junior forward Tom Cavanagh (9) crash the net in front of Maine goalie Jimmy Howard, whom the Crimson chased from the game with four goals in two periods.

MAINE MAN
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MAINE MAN

Junior defenseman (5) wraps his arm around junior goaltender Dov Grumet-Morris in a sign of support during the Crimson's 5-4 loss to Maine in the first round of the NCAA tournament last Friday. The Black Bears scored four goals in the third period.

CORR CLASS
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CORR CLASS

Junior forward Nicole Corriero (9) battles with Minnesota defenseman Ashley Albrecht during last Sunday's NCAA national championship game. Though Corriero and the Crimson fired 33 shots on net, the Golden Gophers shut Harvard down in the third frame.

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Eldo Kim
Crime

News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

OKWELOGU
Track and Cross Country

Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

Protest
Columns

Reconstruction 3.0