After upsetting Cal with a shorter-than-traditional lineup, the Harvard men's basketball team will continue to employ a small ball look as it competes for a third straight Ivy Championships. Across the country, it won't be alone.
I watched with excitement as the Crimson became the latest Ivy-League darling to generate buzz in Division I basketball, challenging a star-studded Vanderbilt squad that featured three future NBA players.
Harvard, fresh off a loss on Sunday to Bucknell (6-8) that ended its first nine-game winning streak since 2002, will look to improve on its road record (2-3) and gain experience playing against several elite teams.
While the rest of the country enjoyed Labor Day weekend, the Harvard men’s water polo team was busy at work in the pool, opening its season with a trio of contests on Saturday at the Labor Day Invite, held at MIT’s Zesiger Center.
Actress Diane Farr identified culture—not race—as the greater cause of friction in interracial relationships, at a conference Saturday for local universities organized by Harvard Half Asian People’s Association.
In a road trip to the nation’s capital, Harvard women’s water polo picked up two decisive wins over Mercyhurst and George Washington, 10-4 and 18-12, respectively, in a Saturday doubleheader at George Washington University.