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Thanks, But No Thanks

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Sibling Pair Runs in Stride

Many pairs of sibling athletes tend to play the same sport at Harvard. Joe and John Sweeney both play hockey.

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Harvard Laxmen Manage to Escape Dartmouth Rally, 6-5

It wasn't the best game that the Harvard men's lacrosse team has played this year. But with an NCAA bid

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Joe Kennedy Starts Re-Election Bid, Receives District Reps' Endorsements

Freshman Congressman Joseph P. Kennedy II, after picking up endorsements from 16 Democratic state representatives Monday, preferred discussing his 1988

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The Woes of the O's

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Aquawomen Second in Easterns

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It's The Defense That Wins Championships

Larry Bird and the Boston Celtics saw the most awful thing last season when they played the Lakers in the

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She's Tough Under Fire

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