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Crimson staff writer

Stuti R. Telidevara

Stuti R. Telidevara '20 is the Blog Chair for the 145th Guard. She is an English concentrator living in Cabot House.

Crimson staff writer Stuti R. Telidevara can be reached at stuti.telidevara@thecrimson.com. Follow her on Twitter @StutiTelidevara.

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Scoring From the Top Down
Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Tops St. Lawrence in Yet Another OT Game

In a game with multiple momentum shifts and an audience that only got more boisterous, the Crimson put away the 4-3 win in overtime, and returned from its annual weekend in the North Country with three of four points.

Shooting Star
Women's Ice Hockey

Boston College Skates Past Women's Ice Hockey

Facing its highest-ranked opponent yet in a mid-week matchup, Harvard women’s hockey fell to No. 2/3 Boston College on the Eagles’ home ice. The Crimson has now lost all three of its games against top-10 teams in the past five days, having been outscored 16-8.

Women's Ice Hockey

Cornell Hands Women's Ice Hockey First Ivy Loss

Finishing up the second half of a road trip, Harvard women’s hockey headed to Ithaca, N.Y., to face old foes No. 6/6 Cornell. Several things were on the line for the Crimson: remaining undefeated in Ivy League play, and snapping a two-game losing skid.

Waiting at the Dot
Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Skates Past Princeton, Draws QPac This Weekend

With a 3-1 victory over Princeton and a 2-2 tie with Quinnipiac this weekend, the Crimson nabbed three out of four possible ECAC points and remains without a loss in 2018.

Home Cooking Once Again
Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Surges Past .500 Against RPI and Union

In the spirit of the new year, the Harvard men’s hockey team is hoping to steer its season in a new direction. After struggling on the road in 2017, the squad returned home to the Bright-Landry Hockey Center this weekend and reached another checkpoint on its journey back to contending in the ECAC. For the first time since early November, the Crimson sits above .500 thanks to wins over RPI and Union.

The Holidays are Coming
Flyby Blog

A Flyby-Advent Calendar: 25 Days of Harvard

​Whatever your religious beliefs, there’s one thing we all can have faith in: School is hard. Finals period can be harder, or it can be easier...it all depends on your attitude. We’ve got some predictions for what’s in store for the next three weeks.

Duck
Currier

Currier Residents Make Way for Ducklings

The residents of Currier House have chosen to make way for ducklings.

Columns

Staying Blind to Head Trauma

Player safety goes far beyond the athletes on the professional stage, right now. It affects every fan, and every middle-school player’s dreams.

Rakesh Rallies Crowd
Flyby Blog

What You Missed at Harvard-Yale 2017

Didn't head down to New Haven for the Game? Didn't make it to the actual game because you pregamed too hard? Here's what you missed.

Gotta Lotta Energy
Sports Briefs

Shinny in Minny: Previewing Men's Hockey's Trip Up To Minnesota for a Weekend Back-to-Back

​The last time the Harvard men’s hockey team played at the University of Minnesota, Jimmy Vesey ’16 hadn’t won his Hobey Baker yet. Now, the No. 13/11 Crimson will need some heroics to get past the No. 7/6 Gophers this weekend. In 69 years and 29 games of series history, Harvard has never beaten Minnesota on the road in regulation.

Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Ice Hockey Overcomes Laing Injury, Beats Brown

In its first home double-header of the season, the Harvard women’s hockey team faced off against Ivy League opponents Brown and Yale. The Crimson came off a two-week break ready to jump further into Ivy play and looked to gain a foothold in the ECAC against two sub-.500 teams.

Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Hockey Earns Three of Four Possible Points Against Ivy Rivals

​In its first home double-header of the season, the Harvard women’s hockey team faced off against Ivy League opponents Brown and Yale. The Crimson came off a two-week break ready to jump further into Ivy play and looked to gain a foothold in the ECAC against two sub-.500 teams.

Columns

​​Languages Aren’t Cliques

A first language isn’t an exclusive club designed to leave anyone out. For newcomers to North America, it’s a welcome beacon in a sea of uncertainty—a sea in which it feels like everyone else is in a clique they weren’t invited to join.

Sports Blog

Tweets of the Week

Fall sports are winding down and winter sports are gearing up, so there’s even more Twitter shenanigans to enjoy from Harvard athletes.

Pic Me
Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Ice Hockey Feeds Players to the Pros

After decorated Crimson careers, a handful of women's hockey players have caught on with the NWHL and CWHL, two professional leagues.

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