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Beth Stewart Better Choice

The staff's endorsement conveys its confusion both as to the facts of this election and the role of the Undergraduate

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Crowd Lends Support

The Crowd What, only 787 people turned out for one of biggest games in the immensely popular Harvard women's soccer

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Crimson Squeaks Out 2-1 Win Over Patriots in 30T

An audible groan greeted the announcement that yesterday's NCAA Tournament Second Round game between the Harvard women's soccer team and

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And Then There Was One

Last Saturday's much-anticipated matchup between the Ivy League's leaders left little doubt about the identity of the conference's hottest team.

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W. Soccer Eases Past Lions and Buffaloes

Something is not right. The once high scoring Harvard women's soccer team could only muster a 1-0 victory over Colorado

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W.Soccer Faces Revamped Hawks

The Harvard women's soccer team should be under no illusions about its opponent this afternoon at Ohiri Field, as unglamorous

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M. Cagers Duel Ivy Powers

Princeton is beatable. So is Penn, which sports a losing record for the first time in recent memory. Just ask

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A Game of Chances

There is no more crucial match in college soccer than an NCAA Tournament game. There is nothing more dramatic than

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UMass Perennial NCAA Power

Another year, another tournament bid for the University of Massachusetts-Amherst women's soccer team. The 23rd-ranked Minutemen will make their sixth

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Karmanos Shoulders Leadership Role

When a car accident on the eve of the annual Beanpot Tournament added several key players to the Harvard men's

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Big Weekend Looms for M. Cagers

At first glance, the men's basketball race in the Ivy League seems very familar. Penn (9-6, 5-0 Ivy) is unbeaten

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Big Homestand For M. Cagers

Confidence is running high for the Harvard men's basketball team. Three consecutive victories have lifted the Crimson's overall record to

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M. Cagers Paste Colgate, 63-54

All eyes were on Colgate sophomore sensation Adonal Foyle as he strode into the Lavietes Pavilion last night. It was

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W. Hockey Tames Tigers With 5-2 Win

A four-goal flurry in the first period propelled the Harvard women's hockey team to a 5-2 win at Princeton's Baker

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Big Green Takes Early League Lead

It's on. Another Ivy League men's basketball season tipped off Tuesday, as Dartmouth traveled to Cambridge to face Harvard in

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