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RTD2: Red Sox Bleed Dodger Blue

Anyone want to teach me a Brooklyn accent? Seriously, I'm tawking the truth. The real heirs to the Boys of

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You would have needed more spin doctors than there are in Bill Clinton's staff to pluck optimism from the bitter

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Charlie Hustle Gets A Body-Slam

My first thought was, Who on earth lit the fire under the San Diego Chicken's tailfeathers? Anyone who watched Wrestlemania

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Smells Like School Spirit

Friends, Cantabs, countrymen, lend me your ears. Better yet, lend me one of those crimson-and-white pom-poms that the Crimson Crazies

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RT-D2

Friends, Cantabs, countrymen, lend me your ears. Better yet, lend me one of those crimson-and-white pom-poms the Crimson Crazies were

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Eagles Scratch Out 3-1 Win Over Field Hockey

There was no cheer in Cambridge, but there was Joy in Chestnut Hill. That's Joy Ramsbotham, Boston College's tri-captain, who

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R2-D2

Honestly, I was surprised by the outcome of the Division Championship Series between the Indians and Red Sox. Given their

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Yale Sneaks Past F. Hockey

Her older sister, Francie '94, earned acclaim as a member of Harvard's Silver Anniversary field hockey team. Her twin sister,

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Field Hockey Catapults Over Columbia

On Saturday the Harvard field hockey team found its balm not in Gilead, but in Columbia. An earlier loss to

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The Fab Four

Senior Mike Kiedel did not have to wait long to gain a little respect for himself and the Harvard men's

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HIGHLIGHTS

Despite two dramatic escapes worthy of an Indiana Jones movie, the Harvard women's lacrosse team couldn't pull out a win

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Gyoffry Leaps Through NCAAs, Secures Third Place in Nation

After freshman Dora Gyorffy finished competing in the high jump in the NCAA Championships on Saturday, she watched her roommates

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Heps: It's A Track Numbers Game

For the Harvard men's and women's indoor track teams, last weekend's Indoor Heptagonal Championships were a time to gape. While

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Flying Like An Eagle

With her team pushed to the brink, freshman Angie Francisco rose to the occasion. After the Harvard women's hockey team

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W. Hockey Faces Dartmouth, B.C.

In its previous game against Dartmouth, the Harvard women's hockey team (11-14, 5-13 ECAC) pushed its opponent to the brink

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