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A Force Much Bigger Than Me

Organizations all have identities. Right or wrong, we have associations with institutions that we see, and those associations grow stronger ...

Restrained Contentment

The spectrum of reviews regarding the past four years are wide and varied. Anecdotally, most have enjoyed their time here,


PARTING SHOT: Sport and Literature Provide Lasting Life Lessons

It was the most basic of stories—one of the underdog defying the longest of odds. Sports are usually pretty good

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Axelrod: Economy’s Fall Made Obama’s Rise

Barack Obama won the 2008 presidential election between Sept. 15 and Sept. 26, Obama Campaign Chief Strategist David Axelrod told


SIDEBAR: QB Pizzotti Finishes Full Circle

His career ended right back where it began. Four years ago, quarterback Chris Pizzotti looked on as the pupil during



Ted Koppel of Nightline, through the clear and steady lens of an iPhone.

Men's Lacrosse

Overtime Heartbreak in Final Leg of Road Trip for Crimson

DENVER—Maybe it was the altitude. Or perhaps it was history, a history that motivated Denver to exorcize the demons of

Ivy League Director To Step Down in ’09

Jeffrey H. Orleans, the executive director of the Ivy League, will retire as the leader of the 54-year-old athletic conference


SPORTS BRIEF: Curtis named captain as football team celebrates championship season

Junior defensive tackle Matt Curtis was named the captain of the 2008 Harvard football team last night at the Crimson’s

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Football Pummels Yale, Takes Ivy Title in The Game

LIVE BLOG: Harvard @ Yale NEW HAVEN—It was never supposed to be this easy. It was billed as a battle


THE MALCOM X-FACTOR: Balanced Crimson Poised for Victory

I’m no mathematician, but the discoveries by the forebears of the craft have done a pretty good job holding up


Harvard's Renaissance Man Plays the Leading Role

Inside a room in Dunster House, a sound bellows out of one resident’s lips. It’s not out of the ordinary

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NOTEBOOK: Ho's Play Inspires Late First-Half Touchdown

For almost 28 minutes on Saturday, the Harvard football team looked like it was about to turn in its first


Sailing Wraps Up Fall Season on Mixed Note

The Harvard sailing team concluded its last full slate of the fall season over the weekend, competing in a pair

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NOTEBOOK: Defensive Line Dominates During Second Half

NEW YORK—The Harvard defensive line looked like the dominant Crimson unit of a year ago during the team’s 27-12 win