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  • Harvard's odd quota on Asian-Americans

    Harvard's odd quota on Asian-Americans
    Asian-Americans are one of the nation's most astonishing success stories. In 1960, they accounted for less than 1 percent of the U.S. population but had a rich history of persecution — from the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 to the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II. Back then, no one could have imagined what lay ahead.
  • Jerry Greene: NFL is still king, but poll confirms soccer really is on rise

    Jerry Greene: NFL is still king, but poll confirms soccer really is on rise
    Lists are one of my favorite things and one of my favorite lists is The Harris Poll's annual determination of America's favorite sports. Why do I love it? The usual reason we love things: It supports some of my beliefs. •We love the NFL above all...

    Danis, Wolf Pack Ready For Decisive Game Friday Vs. Bruins

    Danis, Wolf Pack Ready For Decisive Game Friday Vs. Bruins
    This was before Ken Gernander had hung up his skates, before Yann Danis had stopped a shot for Brown University. This was in 2000, the spring the Wolf Pack captured their only Calder Cup against Rochester. Before that series against the Americans, there...

    NCAA Tournament is pure March Madness for all the wrong reasons

    NCAA Tournament is pure March Madness for all the wrong reasons
    Joey Ptasinski didn't enjoy the 200-mile trip to American last month. The Lafayette shooting guard didn't like missing six of the nine 3-pointers he took during that game and hates losing. But what made the trek to Washington, D.C. unfavorable was that...

    On Verge Of Dance, Yale Isn't Looking Back

     On Verge Of Dance, Yale Isn't Looking Back
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The year was 1962, and Yale coach James Jones doesn't want to hear about it. "I don't listen," Jones said Friday night after his Bulldogs stopped Harvard, 62-52, at Lavietes Pavilion to grab a share of the Ivy League title....