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Field Hockey Hosts No. 8 Tigers in Ivy Clash

Everything will be on the line in tomorrow’s match-up of Ivy titans as No. 8 Princeton travels to Jordan Field

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Defense Key for F. Hockey To Win

The Harvard field hockey team is on a roll. In today’s match-up against No. 12 Northeastern, the Crimson (7-2, 2-0

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Field Hockey Faces Huskies

After two disappointing losses in College Park, Md. last weekend, the Harvard field hockey team will be looking to rebound

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After two disappointing losses in College Park, Md. last weekend, the Harvard field hockey team will be looking to rebound

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Field Hockey Seeks Respect Against Top Foes

With an unblemished record to date, the Harvard field hockey team left for Maryland yesterday where it will play two

The March Towards Cable

Unlike nearly every other elite university in U.S. News and World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges 2004,” Harvard does not offer

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Athlete of the Week: Kate Gannon '05

Athletes react to pressure in one of two ways: they either crumble beneath its weight or they rise above it.

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Field Hockey Beats Penn In OT

Junior midfielder Kate Gannon gathered in a pass from senior Liz Andrews and skated the ball past Penn netminder Liz

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Field Hockey Blanks UMass 4-0

With 17 minutes left in the game, coach Sue Caples lifted senior goalkeeper Katie Zacarian to allow junior netminder Aliaa

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Field Hockey Stages Second-Half Comeback To Beat Vermont 3-2

After last year’s 5-0 victory over Vermont to start the campaign, the Harvard field hockey team expected once again to

Field Hockey Earns Surprise Tourney Bid

A raucous roar resonated through the walls of the Murr Center last night. The cause? Not the usual intense squash

F. Hockey Mauls Golden Bears

In one of the most evenly-matched games of the season, junior midfielder Kate McDavitt played a level above the rest

Field Hockey Crushes Big Red: Harvard, Princeton Emerge as Last Unbeaten Teams in Ivy Play

The Harvard and Cornell field hockey teams entered Saturday’s game with unblemished Ivy records. When they left, only the Crimson

F. Hockey Gives No. 3 Wake a Scare

The Harvard field hockey team’s four-game winning streak was snapped Saturday at Jordan Field as the Crimson fell to No.

Field Hockey Divines Easy Shutout

A steadfast Providence defense could not stop the Harvard field hockey team last night, as the Crimson capitalized on a

Massachusetts Hall

Graduate Students Start Movement To Unionize

Central Administration

Amidst Title IX Debate, Law Faculty Raise Governance Concerns

John Stilgoe Office

John Stilgoe’s Secret History

Big States, Little States

Beyond Boston: Regional Diversity at Harvard