A new device invented at Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences will absorb unprecedented levels of infrared light, expanding possibilities for thermal detection and energy harvesting.
The Bison doubled the Crimson in penalty corners, taking 12 to the Harvard’s six. And while Bucknell made Harvard pay by scoring two of their three scores off of corners, the Crimson went zero for six, and the Bison emerged with a 3-1 victory.
Harvard continued Ivy play on its home court this weekend, resulting in two completely opposite outcomes in the Crimson's 3-0 win over Brown and then a 3-0 loss to Yale.
The Harvard field hockey team (2-5, 0-2 Ivy) ended its five-game losing streak Monday night, beating Bryant (2-7) and scoring the most goals in a single game this season.
Even though the Harvard women’s volleyball team is on a four game losing streak, it has a chance to turn things around as it travels to New Hampshire on Tuesday night.
This Saturday’s home opener against the University of San Diego Toreros will tell if Harvard can succeed this season amid changing lineups.
The women’s squash team steamrolled through New York this past weekend, as all nine members of the squad had perfect weekends against Columbia and Cornell.
After the final buzzer sounded during its 59-49 defeat of Central Florida, the entire Crimson roster gathered at center court for post-game celebrations.
Brogan Berry, Harvard women’s basketball co-captain, was recently nominated as one 30 nominee’s nationwide for the exclusive Lowe’s Senior CLASS ...
It’s unusual for a defender to dribble all the way up the soccer field and score a goal or give an assist, but what’s even more unusual about freshman Lauren Urke is that she’s just as talented with her hands as she is with her feet.
After two years apart, the Jenkins sisters have finally reunited at Harvard.
Harvard football alum, Eric LaHaie ’02, heads to the Sahara Desert to run in honor of his late teammate and friend, Niall Murphy ’02. LaHaie and Murphy were best friends and both All-Ivy defenders on the Crimson football team.
After never winning a tournament last year, the Harvard women’s golf team notched its second first-place finish just two tournaments into the 2011 season.