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David Freed

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Men's Squash

Men's Squash Sweeps Penn On the Road

The Harvard men’s squash team (8-0, 2-0) defeated Penn (3-3, 0-1), 9-0 at the Ringe Squash Courts Saturday. The No. 13 Quakers did not win a game against the No. 3 Crimson.

Alumni

Lin '10, Rockets Come Back to Hand Lakers Another Loss

In a matchup between teams going in opposite direction, Jeremy Lin ’10 and the Rockets won their fifth straight game, ...

Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey vs. BU Preview 'By the Numbers'

In preparation for the Harvard men’s hockey team’s nationally televised game against the Boston University Terriers, The Back Page brings ...

Alumni

In Stitches, Lin '10 Helps Rockets Win Third Straight

As the calendar closes in on the anniversary of Linsanity, Jeremy Lin ’10 had eight points and seven assists as ...

Alumni

Is it Bills or Bust for Ryan Fitzpatrick '05?

After a 2012 regular season that began with playoff hype but ended with the Buffalo Bills posting a 6-10 record ...

Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Set To Face Boston University

With only a month to go before the start of Ivy League play, the Harvard men’s basketball team (4-4) will host Boston University (3-5) Tuesday in its final game before breaking for final exams.

University

Ten Ways to Spend $168.5 Million

When the University soon sells the Arsenal on the Charles, its Watertown office park property, to electronic health records company athenahealth, Inc., Harvard will come into a cool $168.5 million. Flyby has some suggestions about what University administrators should do with that money.

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Men's Basketball

Harvard To Face UConn in Nonconference Matchup

For the second time this year, the Harvard men’s basketball team (4-3) will leave the state of Massachusetts.

HUPD

11/8 - 11/29: Batman Is Having Fun

Sports Blog

The Fall Sports Season In Review

The Back Page is taking a look back at the semester that was in some of Harvard’s major sports.

Sports Blog

Athlete of the Week 11/19: Runners Up

Running back Treavor Scale’s impressive showing in The Game may have earned him The Crimson’s Athlete of the Week honors this week, but a medley of other athletes turned in excellent performances as well, earning them acknowledgment on the runners-up list.

Men's Squash

Men's Squash Tops Boston College, 9-0

In its first match of the season, the Harvard men’s squash team (1-0) defeated Boston College, 9-0, on Friday at the MIT Round Robin Classic. Although the team did not play any of its top nine players against the No. 33 Eagles, the Crimson dropped only one of 28 games on the day.

Men's Ice Hockey

NOTEBOOK: Men's Hockey Tops Big Red in All-Around Effort

Cornell, which came into the game ranked No. 10 in the nation, outshot the No. 17 Crimson, 35-16, but had only five shots on goal during its four power-play opportunities in the first two periods.

For The Moment

Imagined Commentary: Famous Alums Review The Game

Mark Zuckerberg: The Game? Wait, you’re not talking about FarmVille? Oh, right. That game, Harvard-Yale.

Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Faces UMass in Second Contest of Season

After tipping off its season with a 69-54 victory over MIT, the Crimson men’s basketball team faces a much stiffer test Tuesday against UMass.

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