This weekend the Harvard women’s swimming and diving team—which took second place in the 2010 Ivy League Championships—proved that this ...
Ray Allen, Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett—and now, Keith Wright. While all play for Massachusetts-based basketball teams, they now have one more thing in common: all have been influenced by Brian Adams.
When members of the Harvard women’s soccer team think of this year’s NCAA tournament, their thoughts don’t go straight to March Madness.
Hong Kong political leader Donald Tsang enumerated the virtues of the city state’s autonomy in relation to mainland China in a speech he called “A Tale of Two Systems,” delivered last night at the Kennedy School.
Senior Angela Chang did not arrive at Harvard looking to be a coxswain. Instead, she started out playing lacrosse, a ...
When scouting reports said that Melissa Johnson ’00 had a good shot, they weren’t just talking about her jumper.
One week after the Bruins paraded their Stanley Cup trophy through Harvard Square, the Harvard women’s hockey team earned a celebration of its own.
The Crimson (9-4-1, 3-0-1 Ivy) takes on Princeton (4-8-1, 1-3-0) at Soldiers Field Soccer/Lacrosse Stadium tomorrow night.
On Friday, the Harvard men's and women's teams competed at the Wisconsin Adidas Invitational.
Harvard’s field hockey team beat Cornell, 3-1, to advance into a five-way tie for first place in the Ivy standings.
Harvard (5-3, 2-1 Ivy) took a dominant step forward on Saturday as it crushed Brown (1-8, 0-3), 4-0.
This season, the Harvard men’s cross country team hopes to go the distance. On Friday, it made eight kilometers of progress.
On a day commemorating the 20th anniversary of the 1991 Harvard women’s field hockey team’s Ivy League championship, the Crimson’s alums weren’t the only ones celebrating.
Listed below are 15 reasons why you should come to the Harvard vs. Brown football game tonight.
Harvard’s Friday home opener against Brown is one of two main Ivy attractions in the next few days. Last year, the Bears took the Ancient Eight opener against the Crimson, 29-14, on their home field. This year, Harvard does not want to repeat last season’s less-than-stellar start. As of now, the Crimsonhas never lost a night game at home. They hope to continue this streak on Friday.