Ivy League Admits Officiating Error, But Princeton Football Remains Victorious over Harvard

The Tigers walked away from the game 6-0, finally emerging with the win after quarterback Cole Smith found wide receiver Jacob Bermilen in the back of the end zone in the fifth overtime period. Meanwhile, Harvard traveled back to Cambridge with a record of 5-1, convinced — rightly, as it turned out based on the Ivy League’s Sunday announcement — that it had won the contest with a quick slant from senior quarterback Jake Smith to junior wide receiver Kym Wimberly in the third overtime.

Labor Experts Say Grad Student Union’s Impending Three-Day Strike Duration Is Unsurprising

As the threat of a three-day graduate student strike looms over campus, labor experts said it is fairly common for unions to strike for short periods.

Dental School Dean Lauds Covid-19 Response, Diversity Efforts

William V. Giannobile, the dean of the Harvard School of Dental Medicine, talked the school’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, strides made in diversity and inclusion efforts, and the impact of Covid-19 on oral health care in a Monday interview.




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It's Hard to Find Parking on Bow Street

Late one lukewarm October night, a car careened off of Mount Auburn Street and crashed into the building of a semi-secret Sorrento Square social organization that used to occasionally publish a so-called humor magazine.




Women’s Soccer Drops Second Consecutive Ivy League Game 1-0, Extinguishing Hopes for Ancient Eight Title

Princeton’s forward Tatum Gee pounced on an under-hit back-pass, then calmly chipped the ball over the head of sophomore goalie Anna Karpenko and into the net in the 78th minute as a feeling of deja vu swept through the crowd at Jordan Field.



‘Ten Year Old Tom’ Review: Tom Needs a Break

Between its unconventional depictions of child-adult relationships, life in a dysfunctional family, and the frustrations of being a kid, “Ten Year Old Tom” is a show almost anyone can relate to.

Retrospective: ‘Pan’s Labyrinth’ Blurs the Line between Fantasy and Reality

“Pan’s Labyrinth” sticks with its viewers long after the credits run, and that illusory quality is enforced by intentional ambiguity. Del Toro does not explicitly answer whether Ophelia’s experiences are fantasy or reality and instead leaves it up to the viewer.

The Five Best (Worst) Horror Movies to Watch this October

With Halloween approaching, it is time to count down the preeminent worst movies to watch during Spooky Season.

‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Review: A Thrillingly Dissonant Love Story

In not shying away from the weirdness of a comic book adaptation, “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” manages to tell an engaging story about living and loving dysfunctionally.


Women’s Soccer Drops Second Consecutive Ivy League Game 1-0, Extinguishing Hopes for Ancient Eight Title

Princeton’s forward Tatum Gee pounced on an under-hit back-pass, then calmly chipped the ball over the head of sophomore goalie Anna Karpenko and into the net in the 78th minute as a feeling of deja vu swept through the crowd at Jordan Field.

One’s Triumph Is Another’s Tragedy: No. 16/RV Harvard falls to No. 17/22 Princeton in Controversial, Heartbreaking Fashion

Throngs of fans clad in orange and black marched into Princeton Stadium on Saturday afternoon, hoping to cap off the university’s homecoming festivities with a win. As such, the crowd of 10,003 was treated to a thriller that spanned more than four hours and five overtimes. At the end, those Tigers fans ended up on Powers Field, jubilant in the face of opposing fans’ heartbreak as No. 17/22 Princeton (6-0, 3-0 Ivy) outlasted No. 16/RV Harvard (5-1, 2-1 Ivy) in an emotional and controversial defensive battle, 18-16.

Can The Tiger Earn Its Stripes?: No. 16/RV Football Looks to Stop No. 17/22 Princeton in Battle of Undefeated Teams

What happens when an immovable object meets an unstoppable force? No. 16/RV Harvard (5-0, 2-0 Ivy) and No. 17/22 Princeton (5-0, 2-0 Ivy) will answer that question on Saturday at 1 p.m. when they face off at the Tigers’ home stadium in Princeton, N.J.

In Photos: The Head of the Charles Regatta Returns

After being canceled in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Head of the Charles Regatta returned in 2021, bringing thousands of rowers and spectators to the water and banks of the Charles River.


‘Ten Year Old Tom’ Review: Tom Needs a Break

Between its unconventional depictions of child-adult relationships, life in a dysfunctional family, and the frustrations of being a kid, “Ten Year Old Tom” is a show almost anyone can relate to.

Retrospective: ‘Pan’s Labyrinth’ Blurs the Line between Fantasy and Reality

“Pan’s Labyrinth” sticks with its viewers long after the credits run, and that illusory quality is enforced by intentional ambiguity. Del Toro does not explicitly answer whether Ophelia’s experiences are fantasy or reality and instead leaves it up to the viewer.

The Five Best (Worst) Horror Movies to Watch this October

With Halloween approaching, it is time to count down the preeminent worst movies to watch during Spooky Season.

‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Review: A Thrillingly Dissonant Love Story

In not shying away from the weirdness of a comic book adaptation, “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” manages to tell an engaging story about living and loving dysfunctionally.


Women’s Soccer Drops Second Consecutive Ivy League Game 1-0, Extinguishing Hopes for Ancient Eight Title

Princeton’s forward Tatum Gee pounced on an under-hit back-pass, then calmly chipped the ball over the head of sophomore goalie Anna Karpenko and into the net in the 78th minute as a feeling of deja vu swept through the crowd at Jordan Field.

One’s Triumph Is Another’s Tragedy: No. 16/RV Harvard falls to No. 17/22 Princeton in Controversial, Heartbreaking Fashion

Throngs of fans clad in orange and black marched into Princeton Stadium on Saturday afternoon, hoping to cap off the university’s homecoming festivities with a win. As such, the crowd of 10,003 was treated to a thriller that spanned more than four hours and five overtimes. At the end, those Tigers fans ended up on Powers Field, jubilant in the face of opposing fans’ heartbreak as No. 17/22 Princeton (6-0, 3-0 Ivy) outlasted No. 16/RV Harvard (5-1, 2-1 Ivy) in an emotional and controversial defensive battle, 18-16.

Can The Tiger Earn Its Stripes?: No. 16/RV Football Looks to Stop No. 17/22 Princeton in Battle of Undefeated Teams

What happens when an immovable object meets an unstoppable force? No. 16/RV Harvard (5-0, 2-0 Ivy) and No. 17/22 Princeton (5-0, 2-0 Ivy) will answer that question on Saturday at 1 p.m. when they face off at the Tigers’ home stadium in Princeton, N.J.

In Photos: The Head of the Charles Regatta Returns

After being canceled in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Head of the Charles Regatta returned in 2021, bringing thousands of rowers and spectators to the water and banks of the Charles River.