Jacob D. H. Feldman
For months, Brenna S. Haysom ’00, endured four to five hangovers a week as she attempted to hone in on the perfect flavor for her new drug.
If the Crimson wanted to prove they belong in the top-25, this would be the team to play. And if a Harvard fan wanted to get a taste of big-time college athletics, this would be the game to attend.
It’s officially holiday season at Eliot House. And if anyone has any doubts about that, all he needs to do is take a peek at the 14-foot Christmas tree that towers over House residents in the dining hall.
At an event titled “Palestine After the UN: What’s Next?,” Middle East analyst Mouin Rabbani had a simple answer to the question posed. “Nobody really knows,” began Rabbani, who specializes in the Israel-Palestine conflict.
Robert K. Nishihara '13 and Yiren Lu '13 are on a mission. The two math concentrators and Adams House residents are attempting to change how people, specifically students, regard their ability to improve social proficiency.
Despite outshooting Dartmouth 37-26 on Friday night, the Harvard men’s hockey team left Hanover with a 3-3 tie.
PROVIDENCE, R.I.—After a tightly contested first half between the Harvard women's basketball team and Providence, the Friars jumped out to ...
Some things in this world have a tendency to linger: winter in northern cities, for instance, or a bad credit score.
A fortnight before the Harvard men’s squash team’s first match, sophomore Ali Farag is already doing the team proud.
Ho, a former Crimson running back now participating in the NFL’s junior rotational program, has made major improvements to the burgeoning game.
Crimson’s football's win over Columbia Saturday was coach Tim Murphy’s 118th victory with Harvard—a school record.
Despite the loss of key supporters and assistants, Kenneth E. Reeves ’72 says his campaign strategy is basically the same as it was during his first run for office in 1989.
Crimson sophomore forward Connor McCarthy redirected the ball towards the net, where the Raiders’ goalie was unable to completely stop its trajectory.After a brief moment of absolute silence during which it was unclear if a goal was scored, the Harvard sideline erupted.With four seconds remaining, the game was tied at three.
With Saturday's matchup against Dartmouth almost certainly heading into overtime, Harvard sophomore Peyton Johnson had other plans.
Seitu Smith III turned on his jets and galloped towards the end zone, becoming the first Harvard freshman to ever return a kickoff for a touchdown.