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Get a Lodha These Awkward Advocates

It’s sort of awkward being a college journalist. Sure, as far as journalists go, we’re blessed. Most of the events

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4 Years, 3 Wins, 1 Game

At a school where brains trump brawn, where final exams take precedence over national championships, and where a play by

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Former Harvard hockey player Cavanagh ’05, played his first NHL game last week; tallied assist to Thornton

According to an box score from last Thursday night, just 36 seconds into an NHL game against the Los

Men's Ice Hockey

Co-Captains Skate First AHL Games

It’s the worst feeling for a senior athlete: skating off the ice after a tough, season-ending loss, knowing that your

Men's Ice Hockey

Crimson Loss Sees Auto Bid Slip Away

As Princeton’s Mark Magnowski slotted an empty-netter with less than two minutes remaining in the ECAC championship game, he may

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Harvard Plays Host In ECAC Playoffs

It’s an age-old question in sports: is it beneficial for a team on a sizzling streak to have a bye

Revenge of the Chips

Not so long ago, in a galaxy not so far away, the Evil Empire, known to some as Qdoba, opened

Men's Ice Hockey

Bye Secured With Victory

ITHACA, N.Y.—A desperate Cornell team skated faster, hit harder, and produced more quality scoring chances. But at the end of

Men's Ice Hockey

GET A LODHA THIS: A Test for Ted

HAMILTON, N.Y.— Ted Donato takes his place behind the Harvard bench across the ice from rival Don Vaughan. Sporting a


GET A LODHA THIS: 'Dean' Scalise Spurns JVers

Earlier this month, Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) Dean Michael Smith announced that Athletic Director Robert Scalise would assume

Men's Squash

GET A LODHA THIS: Young Squad Fighting For Pride

On February 7, 2007, the Harvard men’s squash team almost proved that, “Impossible is Nothing." Facing a top-ranked Trinity squad

Men's Basketball

No Answer for Tiger One-Two Punch

PRINCETON, N.J.—Pick your poison. That’s the choice that the Harvard men’s basketball team was left with when it took on

Men's Basketball

Late Lead Slips Away in Loss

PHILADELPHIA—For the first time in years, the Harvard men’s basketball team entered The Palestra with a swagger, looking to take

Men's Ice Hockey

GET A LODHA THIS: Year of Questions Leaves Just One

After the Harvard men’s hockey team failed to make the NCAA Tournament last spring, I posed three questions that the

Men's Ice Hockey

NOTEBOOK: Spillane Continues Dominance Against Harvard

BURLINGTON, Vt.—Just call him the Harvard killer. Coming into the weekend, Vermont goaltender Mike Spillane had only one career victory: