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MAC May Make Difference for W. Volleyball

When the Harvard women's volleyball team (2-6) takes to the court today, it hopes to put the Harvard in Harvard

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POSTCARD FROM ILLINOIS

I am insane. Yes, that is correct. I am crazy. Put me in the loony bin. Lock me up and

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Harvard Sport Legend Remembers Glory Days

Harvard has produced numerous business leaders, government officials, and even a few Hollywood personalities. One thing that Harvard has not

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Fencing Falls to Ivy Foes

Fencing is a sport that has sometimes been referred to as "physical chess." The Harvard fencing teams engaged in these

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Track Teams Shine Against Brown, Cornell

"The American Success Story" is one of the options offered first-years to fulfill their expository writing requirement. "The Harvard Success

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M. Swimming Makes Waves at Texas Invite

When a Harvard athletic team makes a trip to a large state school, it might feel a little intimidated. Not

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Pigskin Picks

Everyone seems to have an opinion as to who will win the 114th Harvard-Yale Game, from celebrities to professors to

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W. Soccer Takes Home Identical Weekend Wins

Same story, different teams. The Harvard women's soccer team (8-3-2, 3-1 Ivy) dominated both Pennsylvania (7-4, 2-1) and Central Connecticut

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W. Netters Storm Into Ivy Season

The Harvard women's volleyball team macked the Malkin Athletic Center, (MAC) this weekend as they defeated Cornell and Columbia to

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W. Soccer's Ivy Streak Halted in Double-OT

"The better team usually comes out on top," said junior defender Jamie Chu of the Harvard women's soccer team. That

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Transatlanticism

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I Am Not at a Cafe

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Away in Argentina

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Land of Fog