True story: My grandmother called this morning to ask if I watched Harvard win its first basketball game ever over ...
Thanks to the bitter rivalry, endless tailgates, disoriented alumni, overwhelming amounts of school pride, and thousands of people actually interested in football, Harvard seemed more like Blue Mountain State than the world’s most renowned university.
The Harvard co-ed sailing team fell short in its final weekend of competition, finishing in last place in a scrimmage among teams from the NEISA.
At the beginning of last week it appeared that the Harvard sailing team would not compete in the Hap Moore Trophy Regatta.
Last year, the Harvard men’s basketball team received unprecedented television coverage as current and former (see: Jeremy Lin) players proved ...
By now you’ve probably heard of that nice young lady named Sandy. She made history on Sunday night when she caused classes to be cancelled, resulting in a near-stampede in Lamont. She even shut down schools and public transportation from here to Washington, D.C.
Since this is just about the only thing that prospective students don’t read, we can be honest. Life is a ...
Mid-October is difficult for just about everyone. Now that work is actually due, about 90 percent of Harvard students are panicking as they try to cram the first 12 lectures that nobody paid attention to.
Both finishes marked the highest for Harvard since the coed team took sixth place in the Hood Trophy Regatta on Sept. 23, 2012.
Forget the cover of Sports Illustrated. You know you’ve made it big when your picture is in Sky Mall.
After weeks of the uncharacteristically warm and beautiful weather, Cambridge skies are back to normal. The sun is gone, storm ...
It might not be the first year of college, but sophomore year certainly has its fair share of changes.
Fire up the grill, start up your games of cornhole, and get tailgating because it’s officially football season in Cambridge, ...
While most were relaxing, the Crimson sailors kicked off their season with a full weekend of competitions.
During the past week, students have posted countless tweets in celebration of their return to Cambridge. Harvard’s athletes are no exception.
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