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Gossip and Tales from the HBS Show

With the 2008 HBS Show now only a month away (playing Tuesday, April 22 to Friday, April 25), I have been working undercover to sneak into rehearsals and meetings and find the best insider info and gossip for you. Here goes. The HBS Show has been, since 1974, the traditional highlight of the HBS year,…

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Blades Roll to Tuck Tournament Victory

The weekend of February 17th proved to be a great one for your HBS Blades, as they stormed the town of Hanover, NH, and stole the 2006 Tuck Cup from the host team. While many fellow classmates were busy enjoying all that Vail has to offer, the HBS men’s A-team spent Friday through Sunday rolling…

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Semester in Review: A Spring Packed with HBS Sports

After the winter holidays, HBS’s sports season started with ND’s sweeping defeat of OF in the opening week of the HBS intramural basketball tournament and came to a close with Billy “Mac the Knife” McMorran’s (NG) spectacular result in the Boston Marathon a few weeks ago. Between these two milestone events, HBS’s many talented athletes…

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G-Unit Wins! For Real!

They’re whispering the D-word around Aldrich 110. With a dominating 56-36 win over NH, the G-Unit has now won 5 of its last 6 halves, and perhaps more importantly, 2 of their last 3 games. “I don’t know what to call it other than a dynasty,” said Nikhil “And Dime” Raj. “You might call our…

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NF Sweeps NH in Opening Week of Intramural Basketball

A LeagueThe NF A-Team was seen asking Shad staff members for a section-sized bottle of Advil. Why, you ask? The reason was the virtuoso performance submitted by big man Lucas Pain, an F-ing giant who led his team to a 40-30 victory over NH’s A-Team. Pain scored 14 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lead…

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HBS Basketball Frenzy About to Begin

Outside it’s freezing. Inside Shad, several teams are warming up in preparation for this year’s HBS intramural basketball season. This afternoon, for example, sections NE and NI will battle it out in the first game of the season. We expect a lot of excitement over the coming twelve weeks as lanky former Division One ballers…

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"Un-"D!"-Feated!"

On Wednesday, ND capped one of the most amazing runs in HBS Intramural Soccer history with a thrilling 5-4 victory over NH. The win, which earned the Nudies a perfect season record, did not come easy. NH rallied in the second half from two goals down to tie the score with only two minutes left…

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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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IM Soccer Kicks Off

NH Trounces NF By Andrew L. Kay (NH) Contributing Writer Marking their presence on campus, NH established itself as a front-runner for the IM soccer title after soundly trouncing NF in Monday’s season opener. By all accounts, the 4-2 final score masks the utter dominance displayed by the victors in every aspect of the match….

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NH Battles ND on Road to Playoffs

NH and ND battled this past Monday, with NH emerging with a 4-1 victory. The game featured continuous back and forth play, with Santiago “Watch Where My Elbows Are and You Won’t Get Hurt” Marra controlling much of the midfield for ND. However, Sahil “What Happened to My Skydeck Award” Patel stepped up to mark…

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NF Retain their Unbeaten Record

Kevin Costner, that great luminary of American cinema, once said that, “Real heroes are men who fall and fail and are flawed, but win out in the end because they’ve stayed true to their ideals and beliefs and commitments.” Never was this truer than on Monday afternoon, when Joao Pedro Martins de Carvalho overcame the…

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NH and NF Battle to 1-1 Tie in Nail Biter

NH and NF went head-to-head in a fierce battle, as the march to IM Soccer play-offs continue, ending in a 1-1 tie. The game was marked with intense play by both sides. NF had several players moving the ball around offensively, but NH’s “iron curtain” defense of Ed “Flowers” Parkinson and Sahil “Don’t Call Me…

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NC Start Strong

NC 4 – 3 NHNC 4 – 2 NAArgentinian star Rafa Guida Masoni collected a slide rule pass from Aussie Joseph Tesvic on the edge of NH’s area, checked, looked up and unleased a curling left foot shot that shook the back of the net. Five minutes gone and Team C’s season was up and…

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Baby, It's Cold Outside

I hate to state the obvious. But it is cold. Darn cold. It’s all I can think about or talk about. I’ve consumed more Swiss Miss hot chocolate in the past week than I have in the past five years combined. I no longer race directly to my computer to check email when I walk…

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NF Finishes Season With a Bang

In NF’s final game of the season, offensive stars quarterback Noah Charney and wide receiver Bernal (“B”) Hall showed significant promise going into next season. Charney and Hall scored early on a long touchdown pass in the cold fall breeze as NF was never threatened in a 13-6 romp over NH. “We showed that we…

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NJ Soccer Edges NH 6-5

Last Wednesday, NJ played NH who played very well and gave us a tough time on the pitch. NJ started down 0:2 after two counter-goals, but then we shifted up one gear and turned around the game to win it 6:5. Leading NJ to victory with goals were Hysam Galal, Bong Koh, Max Osofsky (2),…

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NH: Vaunted Madness

Vaunted Madness is down to its Sweet Sixteen. Spearheaded by Section H Deejay, Brian Hoskins, Section H has been participating for the past few weeks in a self-run tournament of silly games. Every student participates, broken out in “country” quartiles, and then each student also turns in their brackets, hoping to be the one who…

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NH: Spring Break 2002

On March 25th, Aldrich 9 looked different under the fluorescent lights. While Professor Koehn continued to enlighten us with her usual entrepreneurial spirit and Professor Pill again wowed us with his masterful chalkboard cartography skills, a new, warm cast of sun-kissed skin highlighted by bright-colored clothing, and tired eyes yet new vigor and life filled…

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NK Hangs On To Beat NH

Highlights included a 9-point halftime lead sparked by sharpshooting from Santos and pesky defense from De Vitton de Peyruis. The second half started with NK sputtering as NH ran off 8 points unanswered due to Shah’s shoddy defense. Kiarie came to the rescue (after completing his case reading obligations in the first half) and was…

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All About Skiing in New England

The only way to get through a New England winter with a smile on your face is to find something you love about it- and for me, skiing is the thing I love. I strongly encourage anyone stuck here for the winter (i.e., all of you) to get out and enjoy the mountains.Select Mountains of…

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OI Wins Intramural Football Championship

OI beat NH today 22-6 in the IM football championship. OI finished the season undefeated at 8-0. Jake Capps opened the scoring with an interception in his own end zone which he returned 105 yards for a touchdown. After Jason Rapp converted the extra point for an 8-0 OI lead, NH countered with a long…

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Harvard Ball to Paintball

NH razzled and dazzled at Harvard Ball. Quite different from Priscilla Ball, NH began the evening sipping wine and nibbling on cheese at Amy Rabinowitz’s highly-prized SFP apartment. Then, thanks to Patricia Pu, our Social Chair Extraordinaire, we traveled in style altogether via coach bus. And finally, showing off new tuxes and dresses, we mingled…

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NH?s Unsung Heroes

I know I?m always raving about my section, and people probably think I?m exaggerating, but honestly speaking, New H this year just may be the best section in the history of the world. Rather than speak about the entire section now, I just wanted to mention a few people specifically, and I will call them…

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Ask the Local

It’s about that time – you’ve been on campus for long enough that you have forgotten how to talk about anything but cases and recruiting. If you need a break from things, here are four of my favorites places for a weekend away. 1. Martha’s Vineyard, MA. I spent a delightful few days here last…

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NH: Section Singles

So, the buzz around NH these days has been the single people and “Section Love,” and this mysterious AuntieGoldie. Let me preface this by saying that New H is a generally good-looking class-New H men were by far the best looking women at Priscilla Ball last weekend! I, too, was curious and sent out an…

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NI Takes Second Victory

(ALLSTON – NI Sports Press). NI brought home its second victory of the season, this time against NH with a 5:1 score. The boys and girl from the bunkers of Aldrich 10 put all what was needed for a convincing victory: speed, effectiveness, team play and – why not – fair play. Forwards Wael Sawan…

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NG kicks NH

“Just for the fun of it” being the motto and “let’s not get hurt” the drive, the NG team did a fine job of getting back at NH after conceding the first goal in the early stages of the game on Sep 23. The team kept defense solid all throughout the game and was especially…

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NH Goes to NH

As the term winds down, the men and women of Section H are spending as much time as possible with each other-scheduling events almost nightly. On June 27, the crowd went out to the Red Sox-Tampa Bay Devil Rays game at Fenway. When he bought the tickets in March, organizer Curt Medeiros was heard to…

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