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Women Athletes Deserve More Moments in the Sun

"Go ahead and talk to the other coach first, and then write another article about how we suck." Which isn't

April Showers, Life Sours

Y ESTERDAY in English, I sat in the back row and noticed that my classmates' clothes managed to touch on

Baseball: A Real Sport for Real People

I knew it from the moment Lee Smith retired Matt Nokes on a fly ball to right, finally closing the

The Grapefruit League

I've been pushing the weather lately. Opening windows, running in shorts, ignoring snow and slush. Pushing for spring. You can't

Just a Few Things to Think About...

One year ago, the Harvard men's soccer team journeyed to Duke Soccer Field in Durham, N.C. for an NCAA semifinal

No Exit

Everyone's raving about the limo scene in No Way Out. Every time the movie is reviewed on TV, steamed-up film

Graduation and Glass Flowers

Mom sent me off to Harvard with two requests. One: take a course with Everett I. Mendelsohn, her favorite professor

The Red Sox Let a Star Slip Between Their Legs

"He doesn't know yet." Bill Buckner opened the Globe yesterday to read that he didn't know yet, but Boston was

Spacing Out

Inner Space Directed by Joe Dante Most people tend to cringe, At the thought of a syringe, Yet injections are

Staring at the World From the Other Side

Presumed Innocent by Scott Turow Farrar Straus Giroux; 431 PP.; $18.95 The Renaissance Man has lost stature in the modern

In the Wolfe's Den

T HOMAS CLAYTON WOLFE received the first copy of his first novel, Look Homeward, Angel , on his 29th birthday.

after the facts

The Harvard men's ice hockey team, now 9-0 after Wednesday night's 3-2 victory over Brown, has gotten off to its

Playing for More Than Kicks

Duke men's soccer forward John Kerr won a trip to next weekend's national championship with his two-goal, one-assist performance against

Upstart Quakers Upset Men Booters, 3-0

This is the stuff upsets are made of. The University of Pennsylvania men's soccer team had not won an Ivy

Booters NCAA Bound

When the Harvard men's soccer team hosts Yale Sunday afternoon, Ohiri Field will be the forum for one of the