After a dramatic victory that stayed undecided until less than four minutes remained on the clock last Sunday, the Harvard women’s soccer team (1-1) hopes that there is still some home field magic left as it prepares to take on Massachusetts (2-1-1) under the lights tomorrow night at Soldiers Field Soccer/Lacrosse Stadium.
The co-ed and women’s squads of the Harvard sailing team have enjoyed tremendous success this past spring, both finishing the season ranked in the top ten nationally. As the season quickly winds down, both hope to add one more victory to their already-impressive resumes. in the coming weeks.
Hoping to emulate the success of their female counterparts, who punched their tickets to the national championships at Cascade Locks, Ore., the previous weekend, the Crimson co-eds took their talents to Long Beach, Calif. to compete in the ICSA Eastern Dinghy Championship Semifinals for a spot at nationals.
After claiming the top spot in the Ivy League the previous week, the Harvard sailing team looked to continue its success and maintain its standing as it competed in a trio of regattas this past weekend.
With reading period having come and gone, the majority of the Harvard community has a week and a half of finals to endure before settling in for a relaxing month of J-Term. But for the population of student-athletes that find themselves on the Crimson sports teams that compete during the winter season, the end of finals period signals the start of practice schedules even more rigorous than the ones they already have, as the second half of the winter season kicks off in earnest.
With the arrival of Thanksgiving, those lucky enough not to be suffering the after-effects of a food-filled extravaganza may find themselves in the midst of one of the craziest times of the year: Christmas shopping season.
While this weekend sees the likes of Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday, no day is more famous for the after-Thanksgiving, pre-Christmas holiday rush than Black Friday.
Thomas L. Monahan ’88, chief executive of the Corporate Executive Board, spoke on developing networks and building successful professional and personal relationships in an event sponsored by the Leadership Institute at Harvard College last night.