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Barak Goodman

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Crews Gear-Up for Sprints

Few teams in any college sport have dominated their rivals so thoroughly and for so long to be called dynasties.

Harvard, Radcliffe Crews Split Weekend Races

In the wee hours of Saturday morning, two of the three of Eastern heavyweight crew--Harvard and Navy--sat steadily on the

Heavies, Lights Triumph; Black and White Second

It definitely was not one of the more impressive displays of naval prowess. In fact, the midshipmen of Navy would've

Crews Retain Stein Cup, Biglin Bowl

Walter J. Stein probably had a better fate in mind for his trophy. The Brown alumnus (17) and rowing devotee

Crews Open Season

When Harvard's varsity lightweight eight bet their shirts with Coast Guard before Saturday's race--a time-honored crew tradition--there wasn't much doubt

Texas Aquawomen Take Nationals Harvard Strong in Weak AIAW Meet

The University of Texas at Austin swam to its second straight AIAW national championship yesterday before a noisy crowd in

Word Processors Worry Law School

Is the word processor a convenient tool for writers, or is it one more device to give panicky Law School

Aquawomen Nab 3rd at Ivies

This weekend's last-ever Ivy League Championships at Brown wrote an important chapter in the annals of women's swimming on the

Aquawomen Top Yale, 88-61

When a swimming coach decides that his team doesn't stand a chance of staying in the water with a stronger

Aquawomen to Face Yale

In past years, as the Harvard women's swimming season began, the coach must have paced the Blodgett Pool deck muttering,

Swimmer Overcomes Knee Injury

"I was drydocked." That's the way the puts it. The navy brat, turned high school All American, turned Harvard swimming

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Dead Letter: The Aesthetics of Horror

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