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Before He Kicks The Bucket

My roommate Eli S. Kupperman ’09 made a senior bucket list a few months ago. It included streaking Harvard Yard,


PARTING SHOT: No Place for Yale In Wally’s World

During my time here at Harvard, I have entered the thunderdome with the best of them. When I went to


GAME OF THE YEAR: Penalty with Nine Seconds Left Wins Title

The massive crowd was silent for a moment, as incoming co-captain Lizzy Nichols lined up for her penalty kick. As

Men's Golf

Harvard Peaking In Time For Ivies

With the Ivy Championship looming on the horizon, the Caves Valley Spring Intercollegiate was an important match for the Crimson


Harvard Bounces Back in Sweep

After a debilitating doubleheader loss to Yale (16-18, 5-7 Ivy) on Sunday, Harvard had a chance for redemption yesterday at

Men's Basketball

Crimson Falls in Game’s Waning Seconds

Everything was going according to plan. In a tough if not ugly matchup against Brown, the Harvard men’s basketball team


AROUND THE IVIES: No Lack of Fight in Final Stretch

We’re not used to this here at Harvard. Come March, the men’s basketball team has been known to fall off

15 Questions with Bill Drayton ’65

Last Sunday, FM braved the snowstorm and traveled across the river to the Harvard Business School for its Social Enterprise

Men's Basketball

NOTEBOOK: Drought at Princeton Continues for Crimson

PRINCETON, N.J.—Jadwin Gym has never been a friend to the Harvard Crimson—at least not in the last 20 years. It

Men's Basketball

Harvard Beats Penn at Palestra

PHILADELPHIA—With the score knotted at 58-58, Harvard took possession with just over 50 seconds left. Senior guard Drew Housman, who

Men's Basketball

AROUND THE IVIES: Ancient Eight in State of Disarray

Last weekend, I predicted that things might become more clear in the Ivies—the best would rise to the top, the

A Cultural Consortium

When I committed to staying up all night, to getting to the Mall earlier than anyone else, I didn’t know

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Men's Basketball

Crimson Snaps Losing Streak With Narrow Victory Over Brown

On Saturday night, all of Lavietes Pavilion knew who would have the ball for the Crimson with the game on

Men's Basketball

Expect Class of Ivies to Step Up

Don’t let the records fool you, ladies and gentlemen. After the first four games of the Ivy regular season, there

Men's Basketball

Harvard Buzzed by Killer P's

The Harvard-Princeton rivalry has seen its fair share of drama over the past four years at Lavietes Pavilion. In 2006,