The truth will come out over the next five weeks, starting Saturday when Harvard travels to Princeton. But the full diagnosis might not be clear until the final week of the year. The Ancient Eight schedule sets up for as much drama as any primetime show on FOX, writes columnist Jacob D.H. Feldman.
Running back Paul Stanton and the Harvard ground game will face one of the country's most successful rush defenses at Princeton on Saturday.
As the Ivy League Digital Network eyes expansion in its second year, a question has arisen: how does the network balance its revenue-bearing identity with its self-prescribed objective of increasing student viewership?
As the fall semester and the NFL season approach their midway points and the NHL and NBA regular seasons begin, it’s time to check up on three Harvard alums playing professionally.
Freshman Kenny Tao defeated Princeton's top player in the second round at the ITA Regional Championships in Flushing Meadows, N.Y.
Harvard sent six players to the ITA Northeast Regionals, and sophomore June Lee won four matches in the New Haven tournament.
Because for the last two years, it’s been all about game six: Princeton. In each season, the Tigers defeated the Crimson, blemishing its then-undefeated record.
The men and women of the Harvard sailing team had a full weekend of racing that included top place finishes in the Norman Reid Regatta and Firefly/FJ Invitational and an unexpected disqualification in the Lane Trophy.
Despite struggling at the start of the races, many boats from the Harvard men’s crew teams were able to improve throughout their races to end strong. No crew tallied an outright race victory, but Crimson entries earned top three finishes in the main races for heavyweight and lightweight eights.
In a competitive field at the Stanford Intercollegiate tournament in Stanford, Calif., Harvard women’s golf used a strong last day to finish 15th out of a field of 17 teams.
On a chilly Sunday afternoon, the Radcliffe crew team rowed to a runner-up finish and three additional top-10 finishes.
To say the Harvard men’s water polo team’s loss to Brown on Sunday morning was close would be an understatement.
Both the event’s theatrics and personalities were out in full force, with a dose of basketball thrown in among the assorted skill contests for good measure.
Crimson competitors headed out to the Wisconsin Adidas Invitational and Princeton Invitational this weekend.
After capturing a 2-1 win over the Big Red on Saturday, Harvard fell in overtime against UNH at Jordan Field.
Junior forward Emily Mosbacher scored early, sophomore forward Midge Purce scored late, and the Harvard women’s soccer team continued its run of Ivy League dominance with a 2-0 win over Brown in Providence, R.I., on Saturday.
For the first time since September, Harvard left the pitch without a win Saturday in its 1-1 tie at Brown.
After completing a road sweep in New York last weekend, the Harvard women’s volleyball team brought that momentum back to Cambridge. The squad downed Penn in come-from-behind fashion and handled Princeton easily.
Third down was not the charm for the Harvard football team on Saturday.
Two big plays from junior receiver Andrew Fischer and one from junior running back Paul Stanton have the Harvard football team up 17-0 over Lafayette at halftime.
Twelve-year-old Elizabeth Fitzhenry, like most American girls her age, did not think of summer camp as preparation to represent their country. She was wrong.