You would think that after nearly 250 Crimson articles over the last four years, banging out one last column would be a breeze. But when I sat down at my computer, I found myself, for nearly the first time, at a loss for words.
Having a thriving athletic program is an important part of the undergraduate experience, both for the athletes and for those who support them.
If Saturday’s matchup between Ivy League softball powers Harvard and Cornell is any indication, the race for the Ancient Eight crown will be another close one.
The Crimson opened conference play this weekend and didn’t waste any time asserting itself as the favorite to defend its Ivy League North title.
Three years ago today, a group of nine girls sat in a common room in Wigglesworth waiting for the most important letter we would receive since the one telling us we had gotten into Harvard.
The postseason has returned to Bright Hockey Center, and on Friday, the Harvard women’s hockey team came out to make a statement.
The postseason is well underway in Division I women’s hockey, with the semifinals and finals of each of the five ...
Fifty years ago, the newly-elected President John F. Kennedy ‘40 addressed the country on a frigid January morning. In an ...
After falling behind, 3-0, in the first period, the Crimson (15-10-4, 14-5-3 ECAC) nearly sent the No. 2 Big Red (26-2-1, 20-1-1) to a winless weekend, ultimately falling, 4-3, on Senior Day at Bright Hockey Center.
The Harvard women’s hockey team has become accustomed to collecting wins in the Beanpot semifinals—in fact, it’s done so in the last four seasons. But no previous win was quite like this one.
When things didn’t go so hot at the beginning of this season, I started to doubt that the Crimson would even earn an invitation to the so-called dance. But as the calendar turns to February, it turns out that I’ve underestimated the team I’ve been covering for so long.
Conference play is back in full swing, though, and the playoff picture becomes clearer every week—although, of course, the regular-season champion has been all but a foregone conclusion since November. See who’s up, who’s down, and who’s essentially out in this week’s edition of the power rankings.
After two periods and nearly two dozen shots on goal, the Harvard women’s hockey team’s offense was understandably frustrated. But pair of quick goals to start the third period was all the offense the Crimson would need, as the defense held strong to preserve a 2-1 victory over St. Lawrence.
Although UMass made a spirited comeback, the Crimson’s 17-point halftime lead was too much to overcome at Lavietes Pavilion
When the Harvard men’s basketball team squares off with No. 4 UConn on Wednesday, it will, of course, be a ...