Imagine the thrill Johanna Neilson got when, on a third grade field trip, she went to see Bobby Clarke, Ross
For the past four years, the voice has been heard all over Cambridge. In the funk band, the Upside; in
Although tennis is, by definition, a sport played by only two or four individuals at a time, Cyndy Austrian doesn't
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Harvard sophomore Char Joslin last week became the first-ever Harvard woman to snag first-team All-Ivy status in three different sports.
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Many pairs of sibling athletes tend to play the same sport at Harvard. Joe and John Sweeney both play hockey.
It wasn't the best game that the Harvard men's lacrosse team has played this year. But with an NCAA bid
Freshman Congressman Joseph P. Kennedy II, after picking up endorsements from 16 Democratic state representatives Monday, preferred discussing his 1988
It's hard to be a wearer of orange nowadays. The Syracuse men's basketball team and the Philadelphia Flyers, both of
It was sort of like the legend of Casey Jones. There were two locomotives on the same track, destined for
Stacey Moran is probably the toughest 5-ft., 6 1/2-in. water polo player you would ever want to meet. The Kirkland
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