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Men's Basketball

Crimson Upset by Dartmouth in Overtime Loss

Costly turnovers, missed free throws, and a big game from an opponent’s star player proved to be too much to

Men's Basketball

WEB UPDATE: Harvard Disappointed in Overtime Loss

Costly turnovers, missed free throws, and a big game from an opponent’s star player proved to be too much to

Men's Tennis

Harvard Ends Season With Sweep

Next stop, Nationals. On the warmest afternoon yet of this early spring, the Harvard men’s tennis team rolled to another


Sixth-Place End To Long Season

Rebuilding doesn’t always mean losing. The Harvard fencing team finished sixth at the NCAA Championships for the second year in

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Hey Hooters of Wethersfield Manager Scott Yarnall!

The 1,115 students in Moral Reasoning 22: Justice were recently assigned a paper that asked students to discuss whether “gender


Fencing Squads Battle 6 Opponents

The men’s and women’s fencing teams were busy this weekend as they faced six separate teams, but Harvard was boosted

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Students Debate Israel-Palestine Plan

Students discussed how an Israeli-Palestinian peace plan might become reality at a workshop organized by the Harvard College Progressive Jewish

Men's Basketball

Holy Cross Denies Comeback Attempt

WORCESTER, MA—As it goes with size and speed in basketball, it is said you can’t have it all. The problem


BASKETBALL '07: More Than Just a 1-2 Punch

The old adage in basketball is that defense wins championships. But anyone can tell you that at the end of

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Final Game at Harvard Memorable for Seniors

On Saturday, a frigid but sunny Harvard Stadium welcomed the senior class parents to town for their sons’ last collegiate

Men's Ice Hockey

HOCKEY PREVIEW 2007-08: All in the Family

The story of their arrival at Harvard involves two sets of brothers—a pair of coaches and a pair of players.

Men's Tennis

Clayton, Nguyen Advance to ITA Quarterfinals

After three weeks off, the Harvard men’s tennis team bounced back into action this weekend at the 2007 Wilson/ITA Northeast

Track and Cross Country

Crimson Dominates Albany Invitational

The Harvard cross country teams took another step forward this past Saturday, turning in a dominating performance at the 41st


Harvard Seeks Patriot League Redemption

The Crimson football team (2-2, 2-0 Ivy) wraps up non-conference play at Harvard Stadium against the Lafayette Leopards (4-1) tomorrow

Men's Golf

Up and Down Crimson Finish Up in Tourney at Yale

Coming into this weekend’s MacDonald Cup tournament at Yale, the Harvard men’s golf team had some questions to answer. Was