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A Look Back: 1982: MIT Gets In

Out of the ashes of offensive ineptitude, the 1982 Harvard football team found the end zone for the first time

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Fritz Plays Rude Guest in OT

The Harvard men’s soccer team rebounded from its first defeat of the season by defeating the Fairfield Stags, 2-1 in

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Cherry’s Back On Top: Fu Battles Injuries in Return to Infield

This afternoon, senior Cherry Fu will make her first start at second base for the Crimson this season in her

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Scrimmage Spotlights Football's Fresh Faces

This spring, Harvard football coach Tim Murphy has overseen the development of a number of underclassmen that are being groomed

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Softball Gets Shut Out By Crosstown Eagles

What began as a trickle turned into a flood as the BC Eagles unleashed an offensive downpour against the Harvard

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Cornell Crushes Softball’s Ivy Title Dreams

The Harvard softball team was one inning away from staying in contention for its second consecutive Ivy League title this

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Softball Dominates URI

The rabbit and the hare made an appearance in the Harvard softball team’s doubleheader against Rhode Island yesterday. The Rams

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Cornell Rematch Looms Large

If the Harvard softball team needs any motivation this year, it only has to look as far as Ithaca, N.Y.

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UMass Cuts Successful Water Polo Programs Due to Costs

Last week, the University of Massachusetts announced that it will reduce its number of intercollegiate sports by seven next year—from

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Ivies To Consider Reducing Recruits

The admissions window may be closing for some high school students as Harvard and other Ivy League schools begin considering

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New York Roadtrip Matches W. Hoops Against League Foes

The Harvard women’s basketball team travels to the empire state this weekend to battle Cornell today and Columbia tomorrow. Riding

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Harvard Appoints Strength Coordinator

The Harvard Athletics department is raising the bar for off-season conditioning. After appointing Sean Hayes to serve as the department’s

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W. Hoops Starts Slow, Still Wins

The Harvard women’s basketball team pulled out two important Ivy league vistories this weekend, both without the play of their

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Fencing Sweeps To Victory in Conference Meet

The Harvard men’s and women’s fencing teams made the most of their intersession by dominating at the Northeast Fencing Conference

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Monti Sets Assist Record in W. Hoops Win

Harvard’s tag team duo of Reka Cserny and Hana Pejlto were winners once again as the Crimson women cagers stormed

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For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
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Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

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