Kara T. Kelley


Consistent Finishes for Crimson on the Slopes

The Harvard skiing team stayed consistent in the 2007-08 season, finishing ninth in all five of its competitions. Improving from


Crimson Denied Ivy Championship

The defending Ivy League Champion Harvard softball team fell short of repeating last year’s success. Going for its second straight


Harvard Clinches Second Straight Ivy North Title

In its second four-game Ivy series, Harvard softball was two outs shy of sweeping Brown this weekend at Soldiers Field.


Crimson in Firm Control After Sweeping Yale

Now in first place in the Ivy League North Division, Harvard softball (18-15, 9-3 Ivy) extended its winning streak to

Unnamed photo

Columbia Can’t Cool Harvard Bats

After a week full of postponed play, Harvard softball (10-15, 3-3 Ivy) competed in its first Ivy League home game


Strong Start, Rough End to Nine-Game Stretch

Kicking off spring break in the warm weather is what most college students dream of. For the Harvard softball squad,


Allard Honored for Winning Ways

18 years ago Harvard softball coach Jenny Allard found her success on the other side of the bench. From 1987-90,


Crimson Finishes Up Season of Progress With Familiar Finish at EISAs

Wrapping up their season, Harvard Alpine and Nordic ski teams invariably finished in the ninth spot at EISA Championships this


Flurry of Nines Continue for Harvard

Traveling west to the 89th annual Williams Carnival, Harvard skiing ended the weekend in the ninth spot—a familiar finish for


Crimson Stays at Ninth In New Hampshire

Keeping up with past patterns, the Harvard ski team finished ninth for the third time this season at the 98th

Field Hockey

Bounceback Season Ends With Ivy Loss

In a close, season-ending battle on Friday night, the Harvard field hockey team fell to Columbia, 2-1, under the lights

Field Hockey

Shapiro's Overtime Winner Keeps Crimson Atop Ivies

Traveling north to Ithaca, N.Y., the Harvard field hockey squad maintained its first-place position in the Ivy League with a

Field Hockey

Friars Best Crimson, End Home Streak

In muggy, 77-degree conditions, Harvard field hockey battled against Providence College in a non-conference contest under the lights at Jordan

Field Hockey

No.4 Huskies Put Away Crimson

Under the lights at the George J. Sherman Sports Complex, the fourth-ranked University of Connecticut women’s field hockey squad stopped

Field Hockey

Field Hockey Starts Ivy League Slate With Victory

The Harvard field hockey team started its Ivy League schedule the right way, defeating Penn, 3-1, at Jordan Field for

Youth Homelessness in the Square
Harvard Square

For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

Johnston Gate Arts Cover

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

Awkward Eye Contact

Let’s Talk about Campus-Eye-Contact-Culture