In addition to the fun and excitement that the Harvard-Yale rivalry always brings to Cambridge, The Game brought "a shitload of nerds together" in the words of Fox Sports.
Sociology professor Robert J. Sampson was awarded the 2011 Stockholm Prize for Criminology last week for his research on criminals’ ability to reform their behaviors to become law abiding citizens.
The No. 1 women's squash team topped three top-10 rivals in its opening weekend, beating each by a 9-0 count.
Radcliffe crew raced its way to another fine weekend at the Foot of the Charles on Saturday.
The fate of Harvard football’s season hangs in the balance this weekend.
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Harvard men’s water polo wrapped up its season yesterday, placing fifth in this weekend’s CWPA Northern Championships at MIT. The Crimson, seeded fifth entering the tournament, won two out of its three games.
Sophomore Alex Fallstrom found himself in quite the conundrum on Monday night.
Harvard women’s volleyball split a pair of Ivy League matches this weekend, defeating Cornell while losing to Columbia on the road.
Harvard women’s tennis wrapped up the USTA Billie Jean Invitational in Flushing, N.Y. yesterday.
The Harvard men’s tennis team had a mixed bag of results this weekend as it hosted the Chowder Fest tournament at the Beren Tennis Center where it competed against South Carolina, Minnesota, and Notre Dame.
For some teams, changing leadership in the middle of the year could rock the boat. But for Harvard, it’s been only smooth sailing. In the spring, both sailing programs witnessed a change in captaincy—junior Emily Lambert took over along with senior Teddy Himler as Liz Powers ’10 and current senior Alan Palmer stepped down.
Harvard University’s own Ryan Fitzpatrick ’05 will get the nod this weekend at quarterback for the Buffalo Bills as they take on the New England Patriots.
The Harvard field hockey team (2-4, 0-1 Ivy) lost in the final minutes of Saturday’s game against rival Yale (4-1, 1-0 Ivy) at Jordan Field, thus continuing a four-game skid.