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Women's Tennis

No. 22 W. Tennis Upset By Eagles, 5-2

San Francisco freshman Camille Pamart looked a little out of place. Sporting long black pants and a t-shirt, she hardly

Women's Basketball

Crimson Hopes to Upset the Quakers

Losing just one player to graduation following its perfect run to the Ivy League championship, things looked bright for the

Women's Tennis

No. 11 W. Tennis Downs BU, Temple

Boston University senior Elena deMendoza looked flustered. The match was only 15 minutes old, but she was already losing a

Women's Basketball

Hoopsters Hope to Find Groove Against Bears

Five games into the league play portion of the schedule, Harvard finds itself in an unfamiliar spot—looking up in the

Second-half Savior Supplants Captain Rose One Last Time

The crowd knew what was coming. The Yale defenders knew what was coming. But Crimson sophomore quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick would

Fitzpatrick’s Mobility Helps Crimson Adapt to High Winds

The crowd knew what was coming. The Yale defenders knew what was coming. But Crimson sophomore quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick would

Harvard's rookie marksman aims high

The Boston skyline stands in sharp contrast to the flat farmlands of southern New Jersey. The din of the streets,

BY LEAPS AND BOUNDS

Lions Doom M. Soccer NCAA Hopes

With the Harvard men’s soccer team trailing 2-1 with less than 20 minutes remaining in regulation, Crimson captain Michael Cornish

THE PUCK DROPS HERE

M. Hockey Discovers Knack For Net

Coming off a 4-0 loss to Brown last weekend, Harvard men’s hockey coach Mark Mazzoleni promised changes in his lineup

Lace ’Em Up: M. Hockey Begins

There’s something striking about the row of zeros underneath Harvard’s record column. They conjure up an image of a blank

M. Hockey Preview: Aiming for Albany and Onward

For many returning players on the Harvard men’s hockey team, the sound of Maine forward Jon Ronan’s slapshot still echoes

No. 9 Huskies Await Rejuvenated W. Soccer

The Harvard women’s soccer team looks to bolster its case for an NCAA invite today against the team that ended

BOY GEORGE, HE'S GOT IT

Tempers Flare as M. Soccer Shuts Out Yale

With Saturday’s 2-0 victory over Yale, the Harvard men’s soccer team kept its status as one of two Ivy unbeaten

Ara Atones For Miss; M. Soccer Earns Tie

The disappointment of a shot gone astray was on Harvard junior Kevin Ara’s mind Saturday afternoon. Redemption was, too. Just

M. Soccer Goes For Four in a Row

Fresh off a win over Maine on Tuesday, the Harvard men’s soccer team will try to extend its winning streak

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