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Flag Football: The Playoffs Are On

On a rainy Wednesday afternoon, the first round of the Flag Football playoffs brought both surprise and excitement.ÿ With a backdrop of solid sportsmanship by all, the four games each brought it’s own flavor to the inimitable HBS IM scene.ÿ In the RC bracket, it was a the surprise of the upset.ÿ Two less-heralded teams…

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Unfinished Business

Old E Sportswire (October 11) – Relaxing in his plush off-campus apartment, OE flag football captain Brandon Gayle is beaming with confidence. Heading into the final weeks of the season, his talented squad is seemingly flying under the radar. “We’re well on our way to being 5-0. And guess what? No one is paying attention,…

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Indian Kabaddi Fever Grips Harvard Business School

Baker Library lawn on a blustery October afternoon may be a far cry from the plains of the Punjab, but Sections I and E engaged in the most quintessential of Indian sports: Kabaddi. The rules of Kabaddi are simple. Players from each side take it in turn to charge into the opposition’s half with the…

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HBS Auctions Bring Good Cheer to Charities

What does Formula One racing, Sushi and Sensual Massages, and weeklong vacations in Tuscany have in common? The Section E Charity Auction of course! On Wednesday night, over 120 section mates and guests packed into the International for a night of fierce bidding – bringing the total donations to over $32,000 in just 4 hours!…

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Sacreblue, ‡a caille dr“lement par ici! (Tremblant recap)

With apologies to our readers north of the border, Canada is “freeze your a$$ off” cold. Heading into the long weekend, the conditions here in Boston lulled you into a false sense of security. The sun was out, the snow melting, and for the first time in months you actually contemplated slipping on the Reefs…

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Defeating NH, NE Continues On Track To The Playoffs

Another disputed match, yet quite a different one, compared to the usual. The star of the game was Katie Sumpton (NE), who scored two goals, decisively unbalancing the score to NE. The game started with a ball hitting the post after Cameron Ogden’s (NE) shot. Almost no one believed, except for Sumpton who stroked it…

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Report from the Pitch:

NJ Soccer Machine Chugs AlongBy Scott Hebbeler (NJ) NJ advanced to 2-0 on the season after a come from behind victory Monday afternoon. While both teams struggled to find a rhythm in the first half, NJ opened the second half with solid midfield play and tenacious defense. Brit Smith was the star of the game…

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E-Dawgs' Success A Group Effort

Section E’s B-league basketball team secured the top overall seed in the HBS intramural tournament today by defeating OJ 64-33 in the last game of the regular season. The E-Dawgs finished the regular season with a record of 8-0, despite gaining almost no respect from sportswriters in the pre-season rankings. One simple phrase that would…

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It's All About Section "E"

Way back at the beginning of the year, we were told that a Harbus tradition is to write a piece just about our sections: a great opportunity to inform and enlighten others as to the happenings of the various RC clans. So, if you always wanted to be in New E, but, uh, aren’t, here…

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Clash of the Titans

History is littered with tales of grudge matches. Mohammed Ali vs Sonny Liston, The Red Sox against the Yankees, Rocky Balboa vs Apollo Creed, The Governor of California against The Predator / T-1000 / Russians / Government (delete as applicable). On Wednesday the closest thing RC soccer had to a grudge match took place, as…

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Continued Market Dominance

Though still young and fresh to the HBS scene, NE has already established a few enviable traditions in IM football: 1) Professors attending our games to cheer us on, providing much-appreciated moral support. 2) Winning. Marketing prof. Anita Elberse was on-hand to energize the team, providing a useful matrix of the many different competitive advantages…

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E We Go

On a cold and wet Wednesday afternoon, NE defeated NA 4-2 to move on to the RC Championship Match. Kudos to both teams for getting down and dirty in the muck, and delivering a well-fought, well-played match. The four die-hard spectators who braved the elements appreciate your efforts. Special thanks go out to NE Marketing…

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NE 0 – 0 NC

In a potential playoff preview, NE battled NC to a scoreless tie. Fresh from their TOM midterm experience, players from both sides were in a “testy” mood. As a result, the pace of the game was slowed by physical play, (not to mention NC’s frequent invoking of the offside call.) Despite all this, both teams…

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NE 18 – 8 OH

This might come as a surprise to you, but in Spain, things are different. In Spain, people take three-hour lunch-breaks, and don’t include pro-forma earnings in annual reports! In Spain, men in tights are admired for shish-kebabbing rapidly-moving livestock! In Spain, “football” is written “f£tbol,” and actually means “soccer,” while “soccer” is written “s¢quer,” and…

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NC Sitting on Top of the World

Section NC secured first place in the RC division this week with a hard fought, physical draw against NE. Having marched triumphantly into the playoffs last week with a dazzling display of football, scoring 13 goals against NI and putting 6 past NG, today’s battle required a different NC. While last week’s games were filled…

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NE Off to a 3-0 Start

NE followed up its impressive 6-2 opening win over NB with a tightly-contested 2-0 victory against ND, and an exciting 3-2 match vs. NJ. The first half of the NE vs. ND match was marked by a dearth of scoring opportunities. NE’s defensive corps – anchored by rock-solid play from Dan Krebs, Indran Ratnathicam, and…

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Karma Intervenes in Foul Fiesta

Staff 54 – 54 NE The Staff A team moved to a karmically even record playing to an overtime tie with the upstarts of NE on Monday night last week. The 54/54 stalemate moves the Staff to a 1-1-1 record. The game featured some inspired play by Brian Henderson, a rookie to the Staff team,…

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NA Shoots Down NE 6-3

Goose: “What are you doing?”Maverick: “Just wondering, ‘who’s the best?’” -Top Gun After dispatching NB last week, there is no doubt as to the answer. The game against NE got off to a flying start, when Joe ‘low hanging fruit’ Titlow struck a screamer into the bottom corner. This was followed by low exocet from…

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NE defeats NC, 7-1

New E came out of the blocks quickly with a goal by Dan Shapero in the first minute and never looked back en route to a 7-1 victory, their first of the season. On a warm afternoon where conditioning was at premium, Section E seemed to have the extra step. Perhaps Section C was looking…

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Frogs Fight Back From Brink

The NF Frogs continued their “cardiac kid” run through the Men’s IM Basketball A league last week with two exciting one point contests, a 41-40 loss at the hands of NE on Monday and a 47-46 overtime victory against OG on Tuesday. Monday’s game pitted underdog NF against the high-powered offense of NE, led by…

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Discoveries of the new year

Its been a busy month…One fine Sunday, section NE set out to discover the cross country skiing prospects of New England. Unfortunately snowstorms reigned in the plans and so the photo features section E discovering the joys of the copious pancake breakfasts at IHOP instead. Thanks to Laura McKinnon for hosting a girls night -in…

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NE Kicks on To Semis

Tuesday afternoon, well-rested after a three-day weekend, NE defeated NK 7-2 in the quarterfinals of the soccer playoffs. Fans from both NE and NK lined the pitch on Tuesday to see some magic moments in intramural soccer history. NE pounded the NK defense for the first 10 minutes of the game, unable to penetrate NK’s…

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NE takes one from NF 3-1

The first half was dominated by the dazzling footwork of NF’s Guyan Randall, who scored first after a brilliant rush from midfield. Play was back and forth throughout the half, with NE unable to get anything through the formidable section F defense. However, ten seconds into the second half, Nate Kring of section E, dashing…

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A New Generation of Patriots

Like most Americans, I have been consuming a lot of news over the past week. TV, newspapers and emails from friends. Two of the most poignant pieces that I have read were sent to me via email. One, from the Miami Herald on September 12, 2001, captures the essence of our anger and the American…

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A Successful Outreach

Project Outreach was an overall success. Despite the `economic outlook’, most of our regular sponsors chipped in to support us again on this worthy cause. Special thanks to Brook Reid for making good use of her negotiations class on this front. Also, thanks to Tim O’Sullivan and Christian Hensley for sacrificing a party on the…

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NA Stays Undefeated,NE Falls in Thriller

In a battle of A League unbeatens, New A held off New E 61-52 in front of a packed house at Shad Gymnasium. NA came out strong and built a 12 point halftime lead on the hot shooting of Joaquin Tamez (including a 4 point play) and the tough inside play of Phil Black. NE…

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Love Letter to NE

To my fellow section mates:No one told me this was supposed to be a two-semester gig! I mean, wasn’t it enough that I reported all of the Section E happenings for the first quarter of our B-school experience? Now I have people asking me, “Lincoln, when are you going to submit your next piece? Section…

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