James M. Acer
After trailing for nearly the entirety of its Ivy League opener on Saturday night, the Harvard men’s lacrosse team looked at risk of losing its fourth straight contest.
The Crimson will look to bounce back as it travels to Washington, D.C. to face off against the Big East’s Georgetown Hoyas.
After an evenly-fought first half in which it trailed by as many as two goals, the Harvard men’s lacrosse team exploded for five unanswered goals in the third quarter, cruising to a 14-9 victory at Holy Cross on Tuesday evening.
The Crimson men's lacrosse team will embark on a journey which it hopes will end in success on the national stage.
After moving into the Top 25 earlier this week, the Harvard wrestling team appeared poised for a breakout performance on Friday night as it faced its toughest opponent thus far, No. 5 Cornell (6-0, 3-0 Ivy). But the highly touted Big Red proved itself worthy of the hype, and the Crimson (4-4, 0-2 Ivy) couldn’t keep pace, falling, 38-7, in Ithaca, NY.
The Harvard men’s basketball team has made a habit of starting slow this season, often falling behind early or letting inferior opponents hang around until it finds its rhythm in the second half. Not the case on Saturday afternoon.
Following a one-win, one-loss performance at Rutgers on Friday, the Harvard wrestling team showed no signs of weariness as it won back-to-back contests over Millersville and Franklin & Marshall on Saturday afternoon in Lancaster, Pa.
Harvard trailed Saint Joseph's for nearly the entire game, but the No. 23/24 Crimson rallied for a 74-69 victory.
The Harvard men’s hockey team rallied from a goal down on four separate occasions against the University of Massachusetts Amherst to escape with a 4-4 tie on Friday night.
A packed auditorium erupted in applause on Thursday evening as the Wu-Tang Clan’s GZA delivered some original rhymes and reflected on his life and career in an event hosted by the Harvard Black Men’s Forum in the Science Center. Although GZA, born Gary Grice, has spent much of his adult life in front of sold-out venues, the rapper expressed nervousness as he began his monologue.
A packed auditorium erupted in applause as the Wu-Tang Clan’s GZA delivered some original rhymes and reflected on his life and career.
The Harvard men’s squash team took care of business on the road last night in an early season two-match contest.
GZA of the Wu-Tang Clan will speak about his career, influences, and songwriting techniques on Thursday at 4:30 p.m. in Science Center D.
But it won’t be enjoying a week of relaxation on the couch back at home; instead, the Crimson will compete in the inaugural Battle 4 Atlantis Tournament at Paradise Island in the Bahamas.
A last-minute charge by the Harvard women’s basketball team fell just short Sunday afternoon, when co-captain Brogan Berry and sophomore ...