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Harvard students cheer as the Crimson faces the Yale Bulldogs in New Haven.
Harvard students wait in line in front of Lowell House for the Harvard Student Agencies’ shuttles to Yale on Friday afternoon.
A festive group of Harvard students revel in the action of the game.
Harvard senior quarterback Scott Hosch recorded 60 yards on the ground on 11 carries to go with his four passing touchdowns on Saturday afternoon.
The Harvard special teams unit turned in a strong performance on Saturday, holding Yale kickoff returners to 22 yards or fewer on every return.
Photos and Video from the 132nd playing of The Game in New Haven, Connecticut.
The Harvard football team clinched its third consecutive Ivy League title in the 132nd edition of The Game.
Cassie C. Wang ’17, a member of the Harvard Crimson Dance Team, prepares to sell Harvard-Yale t-shirts on Thursday morning in front of the Science Center. The t-shirts are sold before the Harvard-Yale game every year by members of the Crimson Dance Team, a competitive dance group on campus.
Ongoing racial tensions in New Haven have brought a different tone to the typically spirited weekend.
Athletic department officials say the iconic show has delivered lasting benefits to the department. Most significantly, these include a boost to recruiting efforts.
Kimiko M. Matsuda-Lawrence ’16 and Jenny A. Gathright ’16 embrace after performing a spoken-word poetry piece during a rally for National Call to Action Day. Members of the Harvard community gathered to march in solidarity with those who have been affected by recent incidents of racism and discrimination on college campuses.
You may have it all figured out, but you’re missing one key detail. What are you supposed to wear to the The Game?
More than 30 Harvard students have signed up through the QSA to be hosted by Yale students this year, according to Josh E. Stallings ’17, one of QSA’s co-social chairs.
“Like many of you, I have been following the events and discussions on other campuses and across our nation about race, inclusion, and the value of open discourse,” Khurana wrote on Friday, praising Harvard students for participating in “these difficult, and sometimes, painful conversations.”