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Jessica T. Lee

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Women's Basketball

W. Hoops Falls In Destiny Year

The Harvard women’s basketball team’s season of inconsistency, intense disappointment and eventual triumph concluded as a challenge for the sports

Boston Lee Party: Screwup Couldn't Stop Me

I’ve never been one to let down my guard at the Crimson. Whether I pretended to be tough and witty—fooling

Women's Basketball

End of an Era: Hana Peljto

After shattering records and hearts, Hana Peljto is ready for her next challenge—fluency in French. Peljto will follow the steps

From Sitting In to Standing Out: Inside the Life of a Harvard Activist

Florence Nightingale he’s not, but the idealism and drive Jordan A.A. Bar Am ’04 brings to nursing may put the

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SOFTBALL 2004: And Then There Were Four

Ten little softball players took to the field with glee. Seven left the team for good and then there were

THE REAL KILLER P
Women's Basketball

Crimson Avenges Loss To Quakers

After having its Senior Night spoiled last weekend, the Harvard women’s basketball team gave as good as it got on

Women's Basketball

Moore Toughs It Out Until Season’s End

If quickness isn’t your forte, then guarding Bev Moore would be a nightmare. Moore’s ball-handling skills and speed reveal the

QUITE A HAN-FUL
Women's Basketball

Large Players Pose Large Problem For Harvard in Low Post

After seeing 6’3 Yale freshman Erica Davis and 6’5 Brown junior Holly Robertson this weekend, one thing is for sure—the

Women's Basketball

Seniors' Lavietes Farewell Fails to Live Up to Their Legacy

Saturday night was Senior Night in Lavietes Pavilion and everything went right—for Brown. The appearance of every Bears shot going

Women's Basketball

BOSTON LEE PARTY: Underdog Role Fits W. Hoops

Whether it’s Rocky Balboa fighting Apollo Creed, Hickory High versus South Bend Central, or even Doug Flutie against Miami, the

Women's Basketball

Butler Benches His Starting Rotation

As the player who scored 33 points against Harvard on Valentine’s Day last year, Columbia’s Sue Altman would be expected

DOUBLE NICKEL
Women's Basketball

Yale Gets First Ivy Win in Upset of W. Hoops

Reality is beginning to set in for the Harvard women’s basketball team. The Crimson finally came out on the winning

FIRE IN THE HOLE-SEY
Women's Basketball

Dartmouth Surprises W. Hoops

In a bout between two of the best players in the Ivy League, round one goes to Elise Morrison. Dartmouth’s

Women's Basketball

Rutgers Barely Powers Past Women’s Hoops

The Harvard women’s basketball team entered the new year with the taste of disappointment after Rutgers nudged the Crimson down

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STANTING TALL
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Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
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Playing With The Rules

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Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

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Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads