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NEED I SAY MOORE: Making Over the Motor City

This Sunday, millions from America and all over the world will turn their attention to Super Bowl XL. With any

Track and Cross Country

Harvard men take second, women claim fourth at New England Championships

The Harvard men’s cross country team finished second and the women placed fourth at the New England Championships this past

Track and Cross Country

Scherf wins Meet of Champions; W. Cross Country finishes seventh

Lindsey Scherf proved she hasn’t missed a beat since finishing 10th at the US Track and Field Championships this summer.

Men's Lacrosse

Star Lacrosse Player Deals With Injury

After a highly successful freshman season with the Harvard men’s lacrosse team last year, it was going to be tough

Track and Cross Country

Select M., W. Track and Field participants record several strong showings at Penn Relays

Blustery conditions did little to temper the enthusiasm of Saturday’s Penn Relays. Attendance over the three-day track extravaganza totaled 108,809,

Undergrads Urge Redistricting

An Institute of Politics (IOP) undergraduate group is releasing a final report on redistricting today, recommending that states adopt non-partisan

Track and Cross Country

Track & Field Prepares for Penn Relays

This weekend the Crimson heads to Philadelphia to compete with some of the best in the world at the oldest

Track and Cross Country

Crimson Shines in Field at Brown

The men’s and women’s track and field teams were back in action Saturday at the Brown Invitational. The Crimson finished

Women's Water Polo

W. Water Polo Sweeps Brown, Destroys Conn. College

The women’s water polo team pulled out a last-second victory against Brown, knocking off its perennial rival for the third

Track and Cross Country

Harvard, Yale Top Oxford, Cambridge for Naughton Trophy

In May of 1899, the president of Oxford and Cambridge Universities in England cabled a formal challenge to the track

Poet Creeley Dies at 78

Robert White Creeley, a respected and innovative poet known for his brevity and unique use of phrasing, died last Wednesday

Women's Water Polo

W. Water Polo Nabs Third at ECAC Championships

The women’s water polo team took third place at the ECAC championships this weekend at Kinney Natatorium on the campus

Men's Lacrosse

M. Lacrosse Takes Ivy League Opener Over Penn

With just 21 seconds left, Harvard attackman Sean Kane scored to give the Crimson an 8-7 win and send Penn


Harvard Qualifies 10 for NCAA Tourney

The Harvard men’s and women’s fencing teams once again logged an impressive showing at the NCAA regional qualifier yesterday in

Men's Volleyball

M. Volleyball's Torrid Streak Continues

The Harvard men’s volleyball team took to the floor against division opponents Vassar and the New Jersey Institute of Technology