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Brown Dumps Women Hoopsters, 71-64

The Harvard women's basketball team continued to drive in reverse by dropping its 18th game of the 1981-82 season yesterday

Joy in Motown

DETROIT-- And the windup, and the pitch...He swings--a line shot, base hit! Right field. The tigers win it. The Tigers

The Olympics and a Stranger's Politics

Politics and the Olympics? Must they, and should they, be separated from one another? Every place, anytime, sitting around any

The Dream That Died

And suddenly there is nothing. It all came crashing down last night, and the dream of capturing the Ivy League

You Call It

Tonight's the night Cornell comes to town, and just about every body has something to say as the Harvard men's

Stacking the Deck?

A BOUT 60 PERCENT SAY NO, 30 percent say yes, and the other 10 percent aren't sure. The question is

Amazing! Cagers Shock Tigers, 55-50

PRINCETON. N.J.--The deafening rear of the 3931 at Princeton's Jadwin Gymnasium suddenly diminished to a confused murmur. It all seemed

The Media: the True Olympic Loser

It doesn't pay to advertise the coming of a miracle, because more often than not, miracles don't happen on command.

Easy: Cagers Thump the, Bruins, 85-66

What's the difference between being keyed up to take on Atlantic Coast Conference power Duke on Wednesday and hosting the

Blue Devils Slip Past Cagers, 89-86

The 2580 in the stands kept wondering: how long could Harvard continue to keep its head above water? When would

Cagers Win On the Road -- Finally

New York--To win on the road oh, what a feeling! The Harvard men's notorious streak of 16 straight road defeats

Not so Surprising!

Dartmouth, 62-52 at Hanover, N. H. Dartmouth (62)--Paul anderson 9-7-25; Brian Burke 5-3-13; Scott Schroeder 1-4-6; Rick Lewis 1-0-2; Tim

Holy Cross Outlasts Hoopsters, 76-71, As Furious Crimson Rally Falls Short

WORCESTER--The way the Harvard men's basketball team played in last night's 76-71 loss at Holy Cross, the surprise of the

Cagers Make It Look Easy In 78-64 Win Over Dartmouth

Keep your fingers crossed. Continue holding your breath. But, it looks real good. An atmosphere of guarded optimism pervaded Briggs

That Championship Season

It wasn't that long ago, the Year of the Point. That was 1981. So, as Harvard House football commences this

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads