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Head Of The Charles Proves That Crew Has Fan Support

To the editors: How can David H. Stearns write that the sport of crew has no fans when The Head

reel big fish
Women's Soccer

Despite Impressive Wins, W. Soccer Misses NCAA Bid

For anyone who saw the emotional outpourings that accompanied the Harvard women’s soccer team’s victories this year, it was a

Women's Crew

Team of the Year: Harvard, Radcliffe Conquer All Collegiate Waters

Entering this season, Radcliffe seemed an unlikely candidate break the duopoly that Brown and Washington had held on the NCAA

Men's Crew

Harvard, Radcliffe Conquer All Collegiate Waters

One word best sums up the Harvard men’s heavyweight crew program this season—invincible. That word doesn’t just describe the Harvard

the comeback kid
Women's Tennis

Female Comeback of the Year: Bajin Claims Undefeated Regular Season

Harvard women’s tennis captain Sanja Bajin had no intention of spending her senior year languishing on the sidelines instead of

Women's Tennis

Coach of the Year: Graham Raises Bar for Women's Tennis

At times this season, Harvard women’s tennis coach Gordon Graham was as awestruck by his team’s achievements as the people

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Women's Tennis

W. Tennis Secures Ivy Title and NCAA Sweet 16 Berth

Anything seemed possible this year for the Harvard women’s tennis team. The first week of the spring season, the Crimson

Women's Ice Hockey

W. Hockey Just Misses Perfect Ending

The concluding moment of the Harvard women’s hockey team’s season was its most trying. After months of high ambitions, the

Women's Ice Hockey

Game of the Year: Duluth Wins National Title in 2OTs

Harvard coach Katey Stone and her Minnesota-Duluth counterpart Shannon Miller looked through the stands of the Duluth Entertainment and Convention

Women's Ice Hockey

Female Athlete of the Year: Botterill Puts Her Teammates First

To Jennifer Botterill, an athlete of the year award for her has always been akin to a team of the

Softball

De Reme On: Why I'm Not A Screwball

The epitome of dramatic irony in sports this year fell on Miami freshman Glenn Sharpe—the cornerback whistled for pass interference

Angels in the outfield
Softball

Wins Over Ivy Champs Highlight Softball's Season

Unlike last year’s, this Harvard softball season did not feature week-by-week record-setting performances and an Ivy title race that came

No Plain Janes
Field Hockey

Field Hockey Contends With Nation's Elite

The Murr Center walls had never endured a roar as loud and piercing as the one that erupted when the

Men's Crew

M. Heavyweights Win National Championship with Open Water

Going into the climactic race of the Intercollegiate Rowing Association’s national championships on Saturday, the Harvard heavyweight first varsity expected

Track and Cross Country

Harvard Grad Wins Title for BU

Among undergraduates at the ECAC Track and Field Championships at Princeton last weekend, no one could beat Harvard junior Johanna

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

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Arts

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

Awkward Eye Contact
Columns

Let’s Talk about Campus-Eye-Contact-Culture

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