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She's A Runner She's A Track Star

By Ben Y. Cammarata
Harvard track and field participates in the Dec. 4 Ivy and HBCU Challenge, in which it earned 155 points for the women and 113 for the men. This weekend, the men came second in the Ivy League Indoor Championships and the women came first.
Harvard track and field participates in the Dec. 4 Ivy and HBCU Challenge, in which it earned 155 points for the women and 113 for the men. This weekend, the men came second in the Ivy League Indoor Championships and the women came first.

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