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Sophomore Makes Waves In Many Athletic Pursuits

As a teammate, Nigel Munoz commands enormous respect from his peers thanks to his track record—he already holds two of the Crimson heavyweight crew’s erg records for 2000 and 5000 meters—and his ability to exude a quiet dedication to his passions.

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King of the Nikhil

Senior goaltender Nikhil Balaraman has taken on the legacy of former goalie and teammate Jay Connolly ’09. According to Balaraman’s teammates and coach, he has filled the space more than adequetely.

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Spirited Goalie Carries on Legacy

Take a look at the Harvard men’s water polo team’s lineup and something clearly stands out–other than a few players from Eastern Europe or New England, the Crimson’s roster is remarkably dominated by Californians. “There’s something about the team, the fact that most of us have the shared experience of not being from east coast places,” goalie Nikhil Balaraman said. “We can commiserate in the snow and all that terrible stuff that none of us had seen before.” Balaraman is a senior originally from the San Diego area, who despite the drastic change in weather, has established himself as an important part of the water polo team here at Harvard.

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Presenting visual media from the AIDS activist movement, “ACT UP New York” hopes to spark dialogue on campus

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“Proof,” which runs in the Loeb Ex until tomorrow, deals with the descent towards insanity of Catherine, the daughter of a brilliant mathematician.

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Proving the Links of Math and Art

New play in Loeb Ex examines nature of math and our emotional instability

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SPOTLIGHT: Helen Pickett

Dancer, actress, and choreographer—Helen Pickett is a sensation in the world of ballet. For over a decade, she held the ...

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A Modern Take on Shakespeare’s ‘Shrew’ Goes on at the Square

A troupe of performers commit to revitalizing the Bard’s work

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“The Flies,” opening tonight on the Loeb Mainstage, is an update of Jean Paul Sartre’s allegory of Nazi-occupied France, which itself was a retelling of the Greek myth of Orestes, a hero who chose to challenge the gods.

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“Flies” is West Side Sartre

Although the story of “The Flies,” opening tonight on the Loeb Mainstage, originated 2,500 years ago, its ancient philosophy remains ...

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Art Street Incorporated, the brainchild of Robert C. Guillemin, seeks to create art literally on the streets of Boston. In doing so, the group hopes to make art more accessible and democratic.

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Taking Artwork into the Streets

One night in late April 1990, Robert C. Guillemin, at the request of Senator John F. Kerry, drove a 5,000-gallon ...

OWUSU GOOD
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OWUSU GOOD

Last week against Cornell, Owusu stood out when he picked off two passes in the first half. The freshman comes from a family of top-notch athletes. His father Francis represented Ghana in the 1976 Olympics.

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Freshman Owusu Continues Family Tradition

Football is one of those sports where talent often runs in the family. Archie, Peyton, and Eli Manning, Howie and Chris Long, Kellen and Kellen Winslow—the list of NFL families is lengthy. Harvard football is no exception to this trend, as the Crimson can say it has a player whose family heirloom is a football. Hailing from Oxnard, California, freshman defensive back Brian Owusu is the second oldest in a family of five standout athletes.

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Senior Shines in Newfound Passion

When Lance Armstrong won his record-breaking seventh Tour de France championship in 2005, Chris Hong was playing the violin, not giving a moment’s thought to cycling. Now, four years later in Hong’s senior year at Harvard, his stringed instruments have been pushed to the wayside for handlebars and a saddle, and cycling has become his new, and favorite, tune.

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