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Kristi L. Jobson

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Voith and Gadgil: Enacting Positive Change Within Our Community

It seems that, today, students are so disillusioned with the Undergraduate Council (UC) that they are prepared to give away

How to Lose

They say preparation and hard work determine 90 percent of success. Unfortunately, the best-laid plans of dancers and cheerleaders often

The Coach

The Crimson Dance Team’s coach Meli K. Currie helps the team perfect their technique as they get ready for finals.

The Competition

Harvard competes in Division I at the Cheer & Dance Collegiate Championships. Some of their competitors include larger schools with

How They Are Scored

Like figure skating, dance is an extremely subjective sport. The National Dance Alliance picks judges to rank teams on technique,

Blood, Sweat, & Fishnets

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. Last Thursday, the Crimson Dance Team performed what they thought was the strongest routine they’d ever pulled

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The dance team in opening position at their showcase in the MAC the night before they leave for Daytona.

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The Crimson Dance Team applauds their competitors as they learn they've been knocked out of the first place spot.

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The dance teams yells a spirited "HU!" during the funk portion of their routine.

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The Winners: Towson University took the trophy for the sixth year in a row.

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Sacred Heart University

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Stephen F. Austin University

How to Lose

They say preparation and hard work determine 90 percent of success. Unfortunately, the best-laid plans of dancers and cheerleaders often

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A Clear Choice: Glazer/Capp For UC

There are two tickets—Matthew J. Glazer ’06 and Clay T. Capp ‘06 or Tracy “Ty” Moore II ’06 and Ian

Data Sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization

School at School
Columns

What We Forget About School: School

Head of the Charles
Men's Crew

Head of the Charles 2014

Understanding Faith
Columns

Understanding Faith