Crimson staff writer

Juliet Spies-Gans

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Parting Shot: Seeking Journalism's Empty Spaces

​I’ve gotten used to the sounds of a newsroom. The clicking of a dozen keyboards and the quick, clipped footsteps of writers on deadlines. But this was, necessarily, quite different.

Right On Their Heels: Men’s Basketball Falls to North Carolina, 67-65, in Final Minute

After trailing for all but the opening 40 seconds of play against ACC power North Carolina, the Crimson stormed back to take a two-point lead with 1:15 remaining. But four straight Tar Heel points prompted Harvard senior wing Wesley Saunders to heave up one last shot as time expired, one that failed to extend the Crimson's season.

For Harvard Coach Tommy Amaker, History Awaits

Now, just about three decades after North Carolina coach Roy Williams first watched him play on his high school’s hardwood, Amaker will finally get the chance to face off against the program that he was taught to ‘hate’ and the coach whom sat on his rival’s sideline for so long.

Men's Basketball To Face North Carolina on Thursday in NCAA Tournament

The Harvard men's basketball team watched together at the Murr Center as it received a No. 13 seed for the NCAA Tournament. The Crimson will play North Carolina on Thursday at the Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Fla.

NOTEBOOK: Men's Basketball Gets A Head Start on the Madness of March

All attention was on senior wing Wesley Saunders as he, head down, barreled his way into the paint. As he planted his left foot in the heart of the key, his defender took a slight step backward, likely anticipating the trademark Saunders spin move—not the reverse pivot that took place instead, and certainly not his shovel pass to co-captain Steve Moundou-Missi that took place moments later.

Men's Basketball Shares Ivy Crown With Yale Loss, One-Game Playoff To Determine NCAA Tournament Bid

Harvard took care of business in its win over Brown Saturday evening. And in a wild 13 seconds of play in Hanover, Dartmouth climbed back from a four-point deficit, defeating Yale on a last-moment score to give Harvard a share of the Ivy League crown and keep its NCAA Tournament hopes alive.