With the Undergraduate Council’s budget constrained and its ability to fund student organizations increasingly limited, some club sports groups on campus have received less UC funding this year than expected and have had to make spending cuts or raise fees to adjust.
Kevin V. Jain '13 takes a swing at Henry Ung '13 during the Harvard Boxing Club's Fight Night on Wednesday evening. A ring was constructed underneath the tent on the Science Center Plaza and the match drew loud, supportive fans.
Blood splattered across the shoulders of boxer Robert Z. Cai '14 on Wednesday night as he continued throwing punches despite a bleeding nose.
Harvard’s Red Line Ultimate Team competed against the Boston Whitecaps, a member of the new professional frisbee league, Major League Ultimate, that starts its inaugural season on Saturday.
This was not a football game. Nor was it rugby. This was ultimate frisbee, and to most first-time watchers, the electric atmosphere of these games and the intensity on the field may come as a surprise.
Harvard and Yale have competed for more than two centuries in dozens of sporting events, but never in cricket. Last Saturday the two teams met to play the first cricket Game in history.
“So…what exactly is going on right now?” I ask the man standing to my right, my Internet-encyclopedia knowledge of the sport having failed me. Cricket, I’ve realized, is a complicated game.