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Samita Mannapperuma

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Experience And Vision: Teo And Samita

Our opportunities here at Harvard are unparalleled. The opportunity to learn from world-class professors. The opportunity to study in renowned

Men's Basketball

M. Hoops Suffers 'Big' Loss At No. 6 Stanford

STANFORD, Calif.—Big men created a very big problem for the Harvard men's basketball team Sunday as it fell 100-59 to

Track and Cross Country

W. Track Places a Solid Third at Both Indoor and Outdoor HEPS

Two teams? No problem. For several Harvard runners, life as a member of both the cross country team and the

W. Track Finishes Third at HEPS While Men Struggle

Continuing its season-long dominance, the Harvard women’s track and field team finished third at this weekend’s Heptagonal Championships (HEPS), led

Female Throwers, Male Runners Compete, Excel at Penn Relays

The Harvard men’s and women’s track teams sent six athletes to compete at the prestigious Penn Relays last week. The

Men’s Track Defeats Yale; Women’s Track Falls Just Short

The desire to trounce a rival often serves as ample motivation for athletes, but sometimes it doesn’t hurt to have

Track Races to Strong Texas Showings

The Harvard men’s and women’s track teams kicked off their outdoor seasons with a Texas two-step over spring break, as

THE NEED FOR SPEED

W. Track Earns Impressive Third at Heps

It was a bittersweet weekend for the Harvard track and field teams at the Indoor Heptagonal Championships held at Dartmouth.

M., W. Track Thrill At Home

It was bound to be a wild finish for the Harvard men’s and women’s track teams as both entered the

Men’s Track Sweeps 5000m Race

Anchored by solid performances in the 5000-meter runs, the Harvard men’s and women’s track teams finished in third and second

Doyle, Gibson, Banks Shine For Injury-Plagued Track

Continuing their string of recent solid performances for the Harvard women’s track team, juniors Johanna Doyle and BreeAnna Gibson placed

Author Debates Athletes' Admission Edge

A controversial author in the debate over athletics in college admissions came to Harvard Business School last Friday and faced

A Reluctant Californian Turns Cantab

“I won’t go out there. They don’t even really have a football team.” At first listen, one may assume that

Rivalry Renewed: Men's Hockey Faces Cornell, Colgate

The game is finally here. Two bitter rivals will square off in a contest featuring bad blood and a history

Old Meets New As Men’s Hoops Shoots To Contend in Ivies

Sometimes change is a good thing. Following several consecutive consistent but relatively average seasons, the Harvard men’s basketball team looks

The Oval
Scrutiny

Seeing Red: Stanford v. Harvard

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Arts

Dead Letter: The Aesthetics of Horror

Election Strategy
Columns

Where Did All The Ideas Go?

Free Time
Columns

In Search of Lost Time