A Commencement Choose Your Own Adventure! Good afternoon, ______ (members of the Harvard Class of 2037, Mrs. Edison’s fifth grade
As Harvard took to the field for its Spring Game on Saturday night, the Crimson faithful got its first look
Polls don’t mean much when it comes to determining champions, but when the No. 2 men’s lightweight crew takes to
Monday night saw the end of yet another men’s college basketball season that didn’t include Harvard in its postseason tournaments.
What (other than the obvious) is wrong with Yale? Many people outside of New Haven were surprised when Bulldogs coach
Harvard’s running game, the weaker point of the offense all season, became the focal point on Saturday and responded with
“I’m still getting used to the concept of being a ‘blogger’ and accepting the inevitable ridicule that comes with it
PHILADELPHIA—The demons of Franklin Field seemed to be rising again. The Crimson, an abysmal 1-12 at the Philadelphia landmark since
The Crimson, sitting 7-1 overall and in position to make a run at a second consecutive Ivy title, faces its
Yesterday’s win, coupled with a Brown loss to Yale, put the Crimson into a three-way tie for first in the
PRINCETON, N.J.—Three lead changes, one tie, a late score, and a critical sack that highlighted a game-ending defensive stand. The
The facts are clear enough: the Crimson will play Lehigh tomorrow at 12:30 in Harvard Stadium. But that doesn’t mean
Coming into Saturday’s contest, Cornell quarterback Nathan Ford hadn’t taken a sack in the first three games, despite attempting 111
Ivy athletics, especially football, stand at a crossroads, though you’d never know it by the looks of things on Saturdays.
Time of possession was at least partially the Crimson’s undoing on Saturday, as Brown controlled the football for long drives