Daniel A. Grafstein
After Ryan Fitzpatrick ’05 and the Buffalo Bills captured a dramatic Week 3 victory over their divisional foe and frontrunner, the New England Patriots, the 3-0 Bills seemed poised to rewrite recent history and threaten the traditional AFC East powers.
The Crimson escaped Durham, N.H. with a 69-62 win.
Late in the fourth quarter, Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick ’05 found Stevie Johnson twice—once in the middle of the field ...
But after falling to the Crusaders, this time, the Crimson prevailed, 62-57, at Lavietes Pavilion.
After a long bout with lymphoma, Paul R. Epstein, instructor in medicine and associate director of the Center for Health and the Global Environment at the Harvard Medical School, died at the age of 67 at his home in Boston on Sunday.
The Harvard sailing team wrapped up its fall season this past weekend by taking on the best of the east coast.
The New England Marxism Conference convened at the Science Center this weekend, drawing 180 attendees with workshops such as “Marxism and Oppression” and a closing plenary session that broke out into raucous chants including “Free Palestine! Long live the Intifada!”
The Crimson’s recent success against teams from the Boston area is only overshadowed by its success at Lavietes Pavilion, where Harvard has compiled a 25-2 record over the past two seasons.
Co-captain libero Christine Wu moved into second place for the all-time record in digs in the Ivy League.
The few brave souls willing to endure heavy rain, sleet, and snow were treated to a rewarding matchup as Harvard ...
After a weak offensive performance for much of the 2010-2011 campaign, the front line of the Harvard men’s ice hockey team knew it had to make big changes.
Where are we? A buffet? A restaurant’s kitchen? The intersection of the entrées with the grilling station at Annenberg? Try dinner with the football team.
In lieu of participating in the 375th festivities, selected players of the Harvard men’s tennis team were hard at work, playing a combined total of 20 matches against some of the best college tennis players the northeast has to offer.
NBA ownership cannot deprive players of their willingness to play the game of basketball. In the midst of a tantalizing ...
In the first quarter, sophomore tight end Cameron Brate reeled in an acrobatic catch against Brown. The 31-yard one-armed grab was instrumental in Harvard’s first scoring drive that put the Crimson in command, 7-0, early in the game en route to a comfortable 24-7 victory.