Sophomore Kate Mills was part of a dominant showing at the Ivy League Championships this weekend for the Crimson, contributing to successful outings both as part of relay teams and individually. Mills won the 200-yard freestyle, the first time a Harvard s
Sophomore Katherine Pickard, above, and the rest of the women’s swimming team will compete in the Ivy League Championships this weekend, hoping that history will not repeat itself. The young Crimson team will try to break Princeton’s streak of three cons
Sophomore Kate Mills continued her stellar performance this season in this weekend’s Harvard-Yale-Princeton meet, winning the 100-yard fly and anchoring the first-place 400-yard free relay squad in a Crimson split.
Kate Mills continued her dominant sophomore season on Saturday with two individual victories in Harvard’s 199.5-99.5 win over visiting Brown. The Crimson is looking ahead to this weekend’s annual HYP meet, where it hopes to take down defending champion Pr
Senior Mike Lin, who was sixth in the 100-yard breaststroke, and the Harvard men’s swim team earned a 169-119 victory over Brown at home on Saturday. The win pushes the Crimson’s record to 7-0 overall and makes it the favorite in this weekend’s showdown w
While Harvard notched a decisive victory over Brown on Saturday, the real story of the meet was freshman Matthew McLean, the Crimson’s 2009 “Iron Man.” McLean finished every heat of every event, swimming 4250 yards.
Professor of Health and Human Rights Stephen Marks talks with students at the Freshman Faculty Dinner last night in Annenberg.
Iowa Governor Thomas Vilsack, internet strategy consulting expert Nicco Mele, and media consultants Jennifer Donahue and Alex Castellanos discuss the 2008 presidential election campaign and the transition to the Obama administration on Monday at the Kenne
Noted author and public speaker Rabbi David Wolpe debates the relevance of religion with psychology professor Steven Pinker last night.
Billionaire dropout Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft Corporation, delivers a talk at Harvard Business School’s Global Business Summit, which celebrated the school’s 100-year anniversary this past weekend.
Distinguished composer, conductor, and pianist Sir André Previn gives a masterclass with Beethoven and Brahms trios performed by Harvard students yesterday in the Kirkland Junior Common Room.
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