E. Benjamin Samuels
Before Saturday night, I tried not to think about it. But at this point, there’s no way around it.
Even at a school where students watch live TV about as often as they might do reading that’s marked as “optional” on a syllabus, the Super Bowl is a big event. In a regular year, the campus seems to take a break from its regular Sunday-night routine of homework and brain break to watch America’s most popular television program—even if it’s just for the commercials.
BOSTON—As it turns out, Fenway Park in January can be pretty cold.
Just days after an upset at the hands of Fordham, No. 21/22 Harvard men's basketball looked like it might suffer its second embarrassing loss in as many games.
In a big day for Ivy head coaches, Yale's Tom Williams resigned, and Harvard's Tim Murphy was named the New England Coach of the Year.
Despite speculation that football coach Tim Murphy is a target for the vacancy left by Joe Paterno’s departure as head coach at Penn State University, Murphy denied that officials have contacted him.
NEW HAVEN, Conn.—Senior quarterback Collier Winters missed four of the first five games this season.
Harvard finished a perfect Ivy League season with an easy win at the Yale Bowl, 45-7. The Crimson already clinched the league title last week.
Harvard football fans celebrate the team's fifth straight win over Yale, and the 10th in the team's last 11 tries.
Harvard’s season is basically already over. The champagne has been enjoyed, the Powerade spilled, the riots subdued. Really, the Crimson is only playing tomorrow as a favor to Yale.
Going into the season, one of the biggest questions for Harvard men’s hockey was its goalie situation.