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Ralph Haro

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Harvard, Teddy Roosevelt, and Football

As the NFL continues to deal with negotiations between owners and the Player’s Union, it calls for a look to the past when the game of football almost ended, forever.

Women's Crew

Radcliffe Looks Up to Coach O’Leary

It was the night before the varsity eight race that would determine the 2003 women’s rowing national championship. Teammates Caryn ...


Harvard To Close Season At Home

Harvard will try to end its skid in its final game of the season against the New Jersey Institute of Technology (7-19, 1-6) at the Malkin Athletic Center tomorrow afternoon.

Women's Tennis

No. 55 Harvard Handed First Ivy Loss by No. 49 Tigers

Looking to stay undefeated in Ancient Eight play, the Crimson women’s tennis team found its match yesterday at the Beren ...

HBS Perspectives on Healthcare as a Management Challenge
Harvard Business School

Harvard Business School Panelists Examine Health Care Flaws

The management of the health care system is failing to direct resources efficiently, leading to higher mortality rates and lower revenue, panelists at the Harvard Business School said yesterday.


Harvard Splits Four-Game Series

Finishing off a tough road trip this weekend against the New York Institute of Technology (3-11, 0-0 ECC), the Harvard baseball team (3-15, 0-0 Ivy) split the four-game series with the Bears.

No Shannon-igans
Women's Water Polo

Host Crimson Puts Away Wagner Early

The Crimson captured a 12-8 victory over Wagner (11-8, 0-0 MAAC) yesterday at Blodgett Pool.


Gordon Earns Ring of Honor Accolades

Harvard senior running back Gino Gordon was named to the American Youth Football Alumni Ring of Honor this week after a storied career on the field as a member of the Crimson football team.

Hat Trick
Men's Lacrosse

Down Goes Brown

Playing in its first Ivy League matchup of the season, the Crimson men’s lacrosse team outlasted Brown on the road in Providence, R.I., on Saturday afternoon, 11-7.

Women's Basketball

Crimson Takes Down Big Green in Season Finale

With nothing more than pride on the line for the women’s basketball team, Harvard (18-10, 10-4 Ivy) closed out the ...


Price Sisters Excel for Water Polo Squad

The Price sisters, both attackers on the Harvard women’s water polo team, have shown their natural abilities over the course of the season thus far, contributing a total of 39 goals, 18 assists, and 43 steals between the two.

Danny Boy
Men's Ice Hockey

Biega and Men's Hockey Step Up Late in Season

Even though Harvard’s men’s hockey team has struggled earlier in the season, the squad has been holding its own and ...

Thousandaire’s Club
Women's Basketball

Harvard Gets Back to Winning Ways, Drops Cornell at Home

Coming off two losses on the road, Harvard (14-8, 6-2 Ivy) outlasted the Big Red (5-18, 2-7) Friday night at Lavietes Pavilion, winning 73-68.