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Joseph Pak

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Existing Ideas for the New Ray Lavietes Pavilion

In light of recent news that Harvard plans to build a new basketball arena to house the Crimson, we decided ...


Football's Loss at Princeton Changes Outlook

In a way, the Crimson got an early dose of Halloween at Princeton this weekend.


Elite Teams Rebuild Quickly

I watched with excitement as the Crimson became the latest Ivy-League darling to generate buzz in Division I basketball, challenging a star-studded Vanderbilt squad that featured three future NBA players.


Men's Water Polo Prepares for California Trip

Harvard, fresh off a loss on Sunday to Bucknell (6-8) that ended its first nine-game winning streak since 2002, will look to improve on its road record (2-3) and gain experience playing against several elite teams.


Harvard Water Polo Continues Tournament Play at No. 13 Princeton

This weekend, the Harvard men’s water polo team (2-1) travels to Princeton, N.J., for the Princeton Invitational Tournament to face ...


Rookies Lead Men's Water Polo to 2-1 Start

While the rest of the country enjoyed Labor Day weekend, the Harvard men’s water polo team was busy at work in the pool, opening its season with a trio of contests on Saturday at the Labor Day Invite, held at MIT’s Zesiger Center.


Keith Wright: Couples Therapist

Harvard men’s basketball center Keith Wright, a former Ivy League Player of the Year and two-time All-Ivy League player is an avid student looking to become a future couples therapist.