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Here We Go Again

Consistent excellence: this is what we have come to expect from senior forward Judy Collins. It looks like fans of


Ladies and gentlemen of the Harvard Class of 1999, wear sunscreen. If I could offer you one tip for the

The Green Monster

Ladies and gentlemen of the Harvard Class of 1999, wear sunscreen. If I could offer you one tip for the

No. 16 M. Tennis Breaks Pepperdine Jinx

Most Harvard students left campus last weekend for points south and west for Spring Break in an attempt to escape

W. Track Rallies To Beat Northeastern; Men Cruise

"Wait, slow down." As a member of a varsity track team, you do not expect to hear this from your

Better Than A Bake Sale

This weekend's Harvard Track and Field Invitational was part meet and part fundraiser for the Harvard men's and women's track

M. Tennis Wins Rolex Doubles Finals

It doesn't get much better than this. Everything the Harvard men's tennis team could have expected from this fall has

Lee, Green, Styperek Excel At Crimson Tennis Classic

There was no domination from James Blake or Kunj Majmudar. John Doran was not ripping up his opponent. But things

Blake, Majmudar Alive At All-America Tourney

Neither rain nor sleet nor snow would keep All-American James Blake from living up to that adjective. Blake, the top

Flyin' High

Lawrence Taylor was the first linebacker to dominate the major football games who only needed his initials to identify him.

M. Tennis Gears Up for ECAC Title Run

The ECAC Tournament is like a freshman placement test. After a relaxing and leisurely summer, an unsuspecting freshman faces academic

Welcome Back

It was not the best week for the men's soccer team with two tough losses to Providence and Yale. However,

W. Tennis Leaves Virginia With Multiple Losses

When Harvard received its invite to the William & Mary Invitational Tournament--an individual tournament where teams are invited to bring

M. Tennis Wins Title, Advances to Nationals

When I decided to follow in my brother's footsteps and come to Harvard for his senior year, it had a

Men's Tennis Wins Second Straight NCAA Regional

"I said `This gives me a chance to be a hero,' but I was joking, I didn't really think it