Harvard Loses Overtime Heartbreaker to Brown in Game With Major Playoff Implications

Harvard men’s basketball (14-11, 5-7 Ivy) stormed back from a 17 point deficit to force overtime against Brown (9-17, 5-6 Ivy), only to lose 71-68 in a heartbreaker that dampens the Crimson’s chances to secure the fourth seed in the Ivy League tournament.

The Painful Progress of Native American Repatriation

Over three decades after the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act was passed, the Peabody Museum has repatriated less than half of its holdings. For tribes who are waiting to receive their ancestors and funerary belongings, this slow progress has taken a heavy toll.

Harvard University to Enter the Debt Market for $750 Million Taxable Bond Sale

Harvard will officially enter the debt market on Friday when it issues $750 million in taxable bonds with the intention to use the capital raised for “general corporate purposes” and to pay the costs of bond issuing, according to a preliminary offering notice released on Thursday.





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‘Going Viral’ with Wesley Wang

Wang’s last film gained 3.7 million views on YouTube in the span of a few months. “You never expect anything to go viral,” he says, “although I did know for a fact this one was going to do better than my other ones.”

Asian Non-American?

Categorization can help us feel a sense of belonging to a certain group. But what happens when these categories become exclusive? What happens when these categories instead entrap and ensnare us?

At Vilna Shul, Shabbat is a Big Dill

With national attention trained on Harvard the past few months, engaging in Jewish spaces on campus has felt like more of a political endeavor. Pickle-making, gimmicky in all the right ways, was enough to get us out the door.




Back in Business, Crimson Bests Merrimack 23-8

The No. 20 Harvard men’s lacrosse team (4-0, 0-0 Ivy) proved that it deserves its Inside Lacrosse top-20 ranking after it decisively thrashed Merrimack (2-3, 0-0 MAAC), 23-8, on Tuesday night. Following two rocky performances, the squad seems to have found its groove.


Artist Profile: Matthew A. Aucoin ’12 on Music Composition From Harvard to ‘Eurydice’

"I always wanted to treat the piano as a box of crayons with which I could color and make things up,” Aucoin said.

Artist Profile: Eddy Burback on YouTube and Embracing Idiosyncrasy

Burback’s videos are playful and not easily pinned down, including stories that are as diverse as Burback’s multifaceted interests.

Pitchfork’s Recipe for the Record Review

In this first installment, I start by assessing Pitchfork’s distinctive brand of album reviews — the bread and butter of music criticism — as the standard for what is both valuable and frustrating about the genre.

‘Stopmotion’ Review: An Unsettling Confrontation of Corporeality in Art

“Stopmotion” takes your classic, tortured-artist psychological horror and wraps it up in a sensory nightmare.


Back in Business, Crimson Bests Merrimack 23-8

The No. 20 Harvard men’s lacrosse team (4-0, 0-0 Ivy) proved that it deserves its Inside Lacrosse top-20 ranking after it decisively thrashed Merrimack (2-3, 0-0 MAAC), 23-8, on Tuesday night. Following two rocky performances, the squad seems to have found its groove.

Harvard Baseball Is Swept By Troy, Starts the Season 0-3

Harvard baseball traveled down to Alabama to battle against the Troy Trojans, but the result was the same as its last trip to the Crimson Tide state in 2020: a three-game skid to start the season.

Volleyball Posts Mixed Performance Against Princeton

Despite falling to Princeton in straight-sets on Friday, the Harvard men’s volleyball team (6-5, 3-1 EIVA) bounced back against its conference foe to upset the Tigers 3-1 in the second game of the series. The Friday loss marked the end of the squad’s four-game win streak, but the team was able to find some momentum heading into more intense conference play with its Saturday comeback.

Harvard Track and Field Sets New Records at the 2024 Ivy League Heptagonals

The Harvard Track and Field team hosted the 2024 Indoor Ivy League Heptagonal Championships at home in the Indoor Gordon Track this past Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 24 to Feb. 25. The Crimson had multiple record-breaking performances, with the women’s team finishing in third place with 97 total points and the men finishing fourth with 81 points. Over the course of the two days, Harvard won a total of eight event titles.


Artist Profile: Matthew A. Aucoin ’12 on Music Composition From Harvard to ‘Eurydice’

"I always wanted to treat the piano as a box of crayons with which I could color and make things up,” Aucoin said.

Artist Profile: Eddy Burback on YouTube and Embracing Idiosyncrasy

Burback’s videos are playful and not easily pinned down, including stories that are as diverse as Burback’s multifaceted interests.

Pitchfork’s Recipe for the Record Review

In this first installment, I start by assessing Pitchfork’s distinctive brand of album reviews — the bread and butter of music criticism — as the standard for what is both valuable and frustrating about the genre.

‘Stopmotion’ Review: An Unsettling Confrontation of Corporeality in Art

“Stopmotion” takes your classic, tortured-artist psychological horror and wraps it up in a sensory nightmare.



Back in Business, Crimson Bests Merrimack 23-8

The No. 20 Harvard men’s lacrosse team (4-0, 0-0 Ivy) proved that it deserves its Inside Lacrosse top-20 ranking after it decisively thrashed Merrimack (2-3, 0-0 MAAC), 23-8, on Tuesday night. Following two rocky performances, the squad seems to have found its groove.

Harvard Baseball Is Swept By Troy, Starts the Season 0-3

Harvard baseball traveled down to Alabama to battle against the Troy Trojans, but the result was the same as its last trip to the Crimson Tide state in 2020: a three-game skid to start the season.

Volleyball Posts Mixed Performance Against Princeton

Despite falling to Princeton in straight-sets on Friday, the Harvard men’s volleyball team (6-5, 3-1 EIVA) bounced back against its conference foe to upset the Tigers 3-1 in the second game of the series. The Friday loss marked the end of the squad’s four-game win streak, but the team was able to find some momentum heading into more intense conference play with its Saturday comeback.

Harvard Track and Field Sets New Records at the 2024 Ivy League Heptagonals

The Harvard Track and Field team hosted the 2024 Indoor Ivy League Heptagonal Championships at home in the Indoor Gordon Track this past Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 24 to Feb. 25. The Crimson had multiple record-breaking performances, with the women’s team finishing in third place with 97 total points and the men finishing fourth with 81 points. Over the course of the two days, Harvard won a total of eight event titles.