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Nathaniel A. Smith

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Six Students Recognized by OFA

GRACE M. CATENACCIO ’04 Considering that Grace M. Catenaccio ’04 will be onstage in two separate shows this weekend,

KAVENEYD A HAND
Women's Lacrosse

Dramatic Comeback Attempt Falls Just Short for W. Lacrosse

As with just about any tough loss, what made the women’s lacrosse team’s 10-9 defeat yesterday at the hands of

BELITS-KRIEG
Women's Lacrosse

W. Lacrosse Logs First Ivy Win

A season’s worth of disastrous second halves may have been redeemed on Saturday, as the women’s lacrosse team dominated Columbia

Springfest Grows Up

When it comes to Springfest, student organizers Justin H. Haan ’05 and Jack P. McCambridge ’06 are a lot of

Air Ooze Sex Appeal at Avalon

A great deal of music is made about sex—arguably all music is about it on some level. And yet most

New Music

Eric Clapton Me and Mr. Johnson (Warner Bros.) Eric Clapton takes a ride into Mississippi delta country in his new

Women's Lacrosse

UNH's Late Run Dooms W. Lacrosse

The waning moments of the second half haven’t been kind to the Harvard women’s lacrosse team lately. Nothing changed in

Women's Lacrosse

Crimson Loses Late Lead to Penn

There were a lot of similarities between the Harvard women’s lacrosse team’s match against Penn this weekend and its victory

Women's Lacrosse

Harvard Holds Off Terriers in Overtime Thriller

Although the Harvard women’s lacrosse team emerged victorious over Boston University by a score of 11-10 yesterday afternoon, the Crimson

GOALDEN
Men's Lacrosse

McKenna Shines For M. Lacrosse In Upset of UMass

In lacrosse, there are goalies and then there are monsters. Senior goalie Jake McKenna was the latter on Saturday, racking

CD Review

Franz Ferdinand (Domino) In the same oblique way that the Strokes evoke New York circa 1977, it could be said

Marriage Stance Stirs Debate

President Bush announced yesterday that he will back a constitutional amendment against same-sex marriage, raising the stakes in a debate

SPH Receives $107 Million To Fight AIDS

The Harvard School of Public Health (SPH) will receive $107 million over the next five years to fight HIV/AIDS in

History Professor Eyed for Yale Deanship

Trumbell Professor of History Nancy F. Cott is among four candidates under consideration to become dean of Yale College, according

Whose Heart's Bleeding Now?

When Howard Dean said recently that he wanted to be the candidate “for guys with Confederate flags in their pickup

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads