Geoffrey Simon


It's the People Who Matter the Most

The sports editor of The Harvard Crimson does not receive much mail. Last year, I got one letter. Sometime last


This Time, Gridder Defense Was Ready

PROVIDENCE, R.I.--They had all been there before. Harvard football Captain Kevin Dulsky had been there, and so had linebacker Kris


Gridders, Brown to Clash in Halloween Bash

The big games get big names. So whether you call this one the Showdown at Brown or the Dream on


Hinz's Run Worth the Wait

The breakaway. Few plays in football are as capable of bringing 20,000 fans to their feet in such a wave


Gridders Turn Green Black and Blue

Remember the old Heinz catsup commercial? "Anticipation, it's making me wait..." Today at the Stadium, the Harvard football team didn't


Snap Goes the Wishbone

Entering Saturday's Harvard-Northeastern gridiron showdown, Crimson football Coach Joe Restic knew he had to solve an age-old mystery: how to


The Scouting Report

Quarterback Junior signalcaller Tom Yohe was impressive in the Crimson's season opener against Columbia a week ago. Yohe completed 10


Harvard Waiting for Opportunity to Chew Up Big Red

That the Harvard football team easily laid waste (35-0) to a sorry Columbia squad this weekend is good news for


UNH Trips Laxwomen, 7-6

The bad news about Harvard's appearance in yesterday's semifinals of the ECAC women's lacrosse tournament in Durham, N.H., is that


Batsmen Are Ram-Tough in Rhode Island

Entering yesterday's Harvard-Rhode Island baseball contest in Providence, R.I., Crimson second-baseman Dave O'Connell was struggling along with only five hits


Column One

PHILADELPHIA--Remember the name Perry Bromwell? Harvard basketball fans certainly should. They also remember the date February 22, 1985--when one Perry


Fleet Elis Elude Grasp of Men Hoopsters

The Harvard men's basketball team received a lesson in nature this past weekend: Bulldogs are faster than Bruins. Friday night


Men Cagers Send Brown Tumbling Down

PROVIDENCE, R.I.--Guards Keith Webster and Mike Gielen combined for 54 points as the Harvard men's basketball team snapped a 22-game


Men Cagers Knock Out Holy Cross, 75-69

Overcoming what Harvard men's basketball Coach Pete Roby called "an exercise in mental gymnastics," the Crimson cagers knocked off Holy


Streaking Cagers Bludgeon Judges, 79-63; Nail Down Second Straight Home Victory

After suffering three straight season-opening road defeats by a combined total of seven points, the Harvard men's basketball team has

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Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

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Harvard vs. Yale

Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven


Freshman Survey Part III: Inside the Classroom and Out