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John Donley

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A Fenway Thriller: Red Sox Zap the Yanks, 3-2

Keep your Sox on. George Scott boomed a homer into the Fenway right-center bleachers for the winning run and ended

An Unlikely Hero

This was an incredible longshot. Longer than the '69 Mets. Longer than Jimmy Carter in '74. Longer than Bucky Dent.

Don Pompan: The Harvard Tennis Team's Lively Ace

Sophomore Don Pompan, the number one player on the Harvard tennis team, was walking past Leverett House one day last

What's Wrong, Brownie?

This has been a tough year on Harvard sportswriters. First there was the litany of "Hey, what's wrong with the

Batsmen Explode Against Eagles, 7-6

After the southern trip, the unbearable cold spell, the slump that overstayed its welcome, the doubleheader fiasco versus Columbia and

Crimson Nine Stops Tufts, 9-7

This was an exasperating game. There was a one-hour wait for the umpires' arrival at Soldiers Field, one inning umped

Crusaders Nail Crimson, 8-5, With Three-Run Tenth Inning

A tragedy of errors in the top of the tenth inning and a curious inability to bring runners home from

Lions Stun Batsmen, 5-0, 12-6

It was like walking to the doorstep--heart pounding and skin tingling--on a first date, leaning over expectantly for that magic

Huskies Bark Back for Twinbill Split

Maybe this team isn't so good after all. Playing in weather that could best be described as mediocroe, the Harvard

Southpaw Keyte Is on Target for Crimson Batsmen

Jim Keyte had just pitched his first complete-game shutout in two years at Harvard, a three-hit, seven-strikeout number over MIT

Navy Stuns Racquetmen, 5-4, All but Shattering Title Hopes

ANNAPOLIS, Md.--As Harvard was smoking Navy midway through the singles competition here Saturday, a spectator sidled up to Navy coach

Racquetmen Edge Terps, 5-4, Despite 40-Plus MPH Gusts

COLLEGE PARK, Md.--Playing in conditions satisfactory only to a masochistic kite flier, the Harvard tennis team battled a feisty University

6-3 Racquetmen in Maryland for Key Matches Against Midshipmen and Talented Terrapins

The men's tennis team travels to the land of Spiro T. Agnew, the Chesapeake crab and the Baltimore oriole this

The Big League Pennant Fights Open This Week

Remember when the American League used to be boring? When the only exciting events in the "other league" were arguments

Danny Jiggetts Returns to Harvard

Danny Jiggetts '76 returned to Harvard last night, and he is doing just fine, thank you. He was the same

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Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

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Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads