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SharpShOoten: Harvard Does Have Some School Spirit

One complaint that I hear voiced at Harvard is that we don't have enough school spirit. But I disagree. Five

M. Hoops Goes Splits Four Games Over Winter Break

ATLANTA--The Harvard men's basketball team split its holiday schedule with a 2-2 record, including a loss at ACC powerhouse Georgia

Steady Improvement Helps Fencing Foils Foes

Sometimes numbers do lie. Although their records may a forgettable year, both the Harvard men and women's fencing teams enjoyed

Men's Volleyball Falls to Springfield, 3-1

Heading into second semester with an unblemished record, the Harvard men's volleyball team (2-1) faced its first tough challenge of

Why Baseball, Exactly?

October Fever. The Big Dance. The Fall Classic. Affectionately nicknamed over and over again, the allure of the World Series

W. Soccer Tries to Tame the Terriers

After traveling all the way to Miami this past weekend, even Hurricane Irene couldn't slow down the Harvard women's soccer

W. Water Polo Finishes Strong

The 1998-99 Harvard women's water polo team finished its season with a strong record (21-12, 8-3 Ivy) and by capturing

Senior Anne Browning Leaves Goal for Seat in Boat

For the past three years, Anne Browning has played a dual role in Harvard athletics. The Adams House senior has

W. Water Polo Finishes Strong

The 1998-99 Harvard women's water polo team finished its season with a strong record (21-12, 8-3 Ivy) and by capturing

W. Lax Falls in OT, 10-9

Even if the score didn't show it, the Harvard women's lacrosse team (5-9, 2-5 Ivy) did end the season on

W. Water Polo Fourth at Easterns

The Harvard women's water polo team played its best polo of the season this weekend when it hosted the eastern

W. Water Polo Takes Fourth at Easterns

The Harvard women's water polo team played its best polo of the season this weekend when it hosted the Eastern

No. 17 M. Tennis Crushes Ivy Foes

The Harvard men's tennis team (17-4, 4-0 Ivy) picked up two convincing victories at Penn and Princeton this weekend to

M. Tennis Crushes Penn, Princeton

The Harvard men's tennis team (17-4, 4-0 Ivy) picked up two convincing victories at Penn and Princeton this weekend to

W. Water Polo Takes Second at Northerns

Having had a tumultuous season thus far, the Harvard women's water polo team couldn't expect this weekend to be different.

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