Freshman wide receiver Justice Shelton-Mosley waltzes untouched into the end zone during the 132nd playing of The Game. The rookie notched 153 all-purpose yards in the Crimson's 38-19 victory.
Audrey Green '19 performs with Harvard Cheerleading during the Crimson's Saturday game at New Haven.
Harvard students cheer as the Crimson faces the Yale Bulldogs in New Haven.
Freshman wide receiver Justice Shelton-Mosley jogs into the end zone for one of his three touchdown scores of the afternoon.
Senior tight end Ben Braunecker (48) and junior tight end Anthony Firkser (42) celebrate after one of Braunecker’s two receiving touchdowns in the 38-19 win over the Bulldogs.
52,126 were in attendance as Harvard took on Yale under the lights for the 132nd rendition of The Game.
Senior tight end Ben Braunecker finished with 88 yards receiving on six catches, and two touchdowns.
The Harvard football team clinched its third consecutive Ivy League title in the 132nd edition of The Game.
In addition to 119 receiving yards on the day and two receiving touchdowns, freshman wide receiver Justice Shelton-Mosley also had an eight-yard touchdown run to put the Crimson up, 38-13, in the fourth quarter.
Jose A. Vargas, Founder of the Define American foundation, speaks to the Harvard Republican Club on Tuesday evening. The Pulitzer Prize recipient visited Harvard to encourage conversation about undocumented immigrants.