Amy E. Ooten

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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

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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

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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

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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

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Why Baseball, Exactly?

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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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.

A World Cup Malcontent
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A World Cup Malcontent

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Then Rain Comes

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Rainy Day Impression

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Saudade, or Nostalgia