Jacob D. H. Feldman

Learning From the Best
Men's Soccer

Liverpool F.C. Coaches Lead Camp

With the MLB season grinding on, NBA summer league action wrapping up, and NFL training camps just beginning, 50 area ...

Men's Soccer


Harvard's Soldier Field Soccer/Lacrosse Stadium hosted a soccer clinic run by coaches from Liverpool F.C. Sunday. Roughly 50 kids from Boston, Allston, and Cambridge attended the community clinic.

Men's Crew

Harvard Rowers Earn Five Medals at U-23 World Championships

Representing five different countries between them, the Harvard rowers combined to earn five medals, including two silvers in the Under-23 World Championships last week.

Men's Swimming

Alex Meyer ’10 Sent Off with Allston Pizza Party

Thursday night at Stone Hearth Pizza in Allston, just blocks from where he competed as a Harvard student, Alex Meyer ’10 received some free pizza and endless well wishes from dozens of young swimmers.


Scientist Disputes Report That He Plans To Spray Chemicals To Change the Climate

“The irony is we are doing the opposite of that,” Anderson said, claiming that the article “completely massacred the facts.”

Harvard Law School

HLS Prof Joins Board of ConocoPhillips

Jody Freeman, a professor at Harvard Law School, was elected to the Board of Directors of ConocoPhillips last Tuesday. She will serve on the Public Policy Committee for the third largest integrated energy company in the United States.


Ivy League Expands Concussion-Preventative Measures to Soccer, Lacrosse

The Ivy League has expanded practice limitations at the recommendation of the Concussion Committee designed to protect men’s and women’s soccer and lacrosse players.

Men's Swimming

Suit Filed Against Harvard for Swim Coach's Alleged Sexual Abuse in 1970s

Leveling charges that he was sexually abused by a Harvard swim coach and that the University misled him about his options for legal recourse, a Florida man filed a lawsuit against the University on Wednesday.

Seitu the House

Smith Named Preseason All-American

Everyone knew rising sophomore Seitu Smith was quick on the field. But what has come as a surprise is how speedily he has gained national recognition.

Women's Basketball

Olympic Update: Fagbenle To Represent Hosts on Court in London

Two days after starting and registering 12 points and seven rebounds in an upset of the Czech Republic, sophomore Temi Fagbenle made the final 12-woman roster for the Great Britain team Friday in advance of the 2012 London Olympics, which begin in late July.

Men's Ice Hockey

Peter E. Chiarelli

After 25 years of waiting for his trophy, Chiarelli led the Boston Bruins to win the Stanley Cup in 2011.

Winters Storm


Coming into the 2011 campaign, it was all but assumed that Winters, the returning starter, would lead the Crimson attack, but a week-one matchup against Holy Cross forced the Harvard football team to change its plans.

Alexander the Great


In her senior campaign, Alexander led her team in hits, batting average, on-base percentage, slugging percentage, runs and extra-base hits as her breakout year helped the Crimson claim a second straight Ivy League title.


Loss Ends Harvard Softball's Stellar Season

When Harvard topped the higher-seeded No. 50 Maryland Terrapins and No. 23 Texas Tech Red Raiders to advance to the NCAA Regional Final, it cemented the team as one of the best in Ivy softball history.

Women's Basketball


Co-captain Brogan Berry may not have led the Harvard women’s basketball team in scoring, but she seemed to lead the team in nearly every time of need.

Youth Homelessness in the Square
Harvard Square

For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

Johnston Gate Arts Cover

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

Awkward Eye Contact

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