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Widener Reading Room Reopens

The penultimate stage of Widener Library construction over the past five years was completed this weekend, opening the second floor


Byrne Shines on Diamond, Ice

Of all the big league stars out there, Harvard freshman Brendan Byrne is probably most like Tom Glavine. Not because

Harvard Runners Gear Up

Even though the University has scheduled classes for Patriots Day today, many Harvard runners will choose to skip class and


SOFTBALL 2004: Captains Crunch

In the case of the Crimson softball co-captain rhyming duo of Sara and Kara, what’s good for the ear is

Men's Lacrosse

Harvard Travels to UMass

The Crimson will look to kill two birds with one stone and try to avenge two past losses—last year’s 11-6

Men's Volleyball

Crimson Can’t Get a Handle on Undefeated NYU, Recovers To Top NJIT

With parents and alums in attendance for senior weekend, the Harvard men’s volleyball team (7-4, 6-4 EIVA) finally put away

Women's Swimming

Princeton Dynasty Survives Last Race

The Harvard and Princeton women’s swimming and diving teams might as well have been fighting in a boxing ring rather

Women's Swimming

Depth Helps Women’s Swimming to Early Lead

Although Harvard junior Molly Ward was barely touched out by Princeton’s Sarah Fraumann in the closing 400-yard medley relay, the

Women's Basketball

Crimson Craves Consistency

Yale gave the Harvard women’s basketball team a sour treat on Valentine’s Day, handing the Crimson a heartbreaking 62-59 loss.

Men's Swimming

'Iron Man' Morrissey Stars in Win

On Saturday, Black Sabbath’s “Iron Man” blared from the speakers at Blodgett Pool after freshman Patrick Morrissey anchored the closing

Men's Swimming

Tar Heels Buried in Grant's Tomb

This is why he is going to the Olympic trials. Senior Rassan Grant, who will challenge world-class competitors in July,

Men's Squash

Men's Squash Tourney Cancelled

The No. 3 Harvard men’s squash team expected to gain some valuable match experience at the USSRA 5-Man Team Championship

Women's Soccer

W. Soccer Can’t Protect 1-0 Lead Against Cornell

The Harvard women’s soccer team could not hold off a late Cornell rally on Saturday, as the Big Red’s Ali

Women's Golf

After Team Meeting, W. Golf Improves Play at Yale Invite

Inspired by a team meeting on Saturday night, the Harvard women’s golf team improved its scores on the second and

Field Hockey

Field Hockey Grinds Out Win Over Bears

Coming off a huge victory over No. 11 UConn on Wednesday, the Harvard field hockey team won its second straight