In Photos: The Game Returns to Harvard Stadium

The 138th playing of The Game returned to Harvard Stadium this Saturday. Yale defeated Harvard 19-14 to clench the Ivy League title.

Public Health Professor Sara Bleich Selected to Lead Legacy of Slavery Initiatives

Harvard School of Public Health professor Sara N. Bleich has been tapped to oversee the implementation of Harvard’s Legacy of Slavery initiative as the inaugural vice provost for special projects, the University announced on Nov. 14.

Cambridge City Councilors Propose Amendment to Loosen Height Limits on Affordable Housing

Just two years after the Cambridge City Council ordained the 100 Percent Affordable Housing Overlay, an ambitious zoning reform to incentivize affordable housing, a group of city councilors have introduced an amendment seeking to think bigger — literally.




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On Takeoff, Black Death, and Mourning

Takeoff deserved to grow old.

Artist Profile: Ingrid Jensen on Falling in Love with Jazz, and Performing with the Harvard Monday Jazz Band

On stage, Jensen’s “swinging” was evident in the best way as she led the Harvard Monday Jazz Band.

‘The Best of Hans Zimmer’ Review: Candlelight Series Performance Astounds

The setting allowed the incredible concert to be about more than just about music; It was inherently meditative in its nature, perhaps even emotional.

The Purge

Graffitied murals, overgrown weeds, cracked support pillars, and displaced residents lie below the trail. A closer inspection of the scene reveals the harsh reality of the 606 and other public projects that indirectly trigger gentrification.


Clifton Dawson ’07, Harvard Football Legend, Reflects on Memories of The Game

Harvard students mark their calendars for one game a year. And for Harvard football legend Clifton Dawson ’07, the memories of the second oldest rivalry in college football still live on.

Preview: The Game Returns to Cambridge as Harvard Chases a Historic Four-Way Ivy League Title

Saturday will mark the 138th gridiron meeting between Harvard and Yale — a rivalry whose results have been worthy of two of the most storied programs in football.

2018: When Harvard Beat the Bulldogs in a Ballpark

On Nov. 17, 2018, Harvard football took on Yale in the 135th iteration of The Game. But for the first time since 1894, The Game was played in neither Cambridge nor New Haven. Instead, it was played at historic Fenway Park.

‘We Did It, Coach!’: An Oral History of Harvard's Game-Winning Drive to Stun the Yale Bowl, 2021

The Crimson had the ball back, with what appeared to be one final chance to stun the raucous crowd that had turned up to New Haven, Connecticut, and secure head coach Tim Murphy his 20th victory over Yale.


On Takeoff, Black Death, and Mourning

Takeoff deserved to grow old.

Artist Profile: Ingrid Jensen on Falling in Love with Jazz, and Performing with the Harvard Monday Jazz Band

On stage, Jensen’s “swinging” was evident in the best way as she led the Harvard Monday Jazz Band.

‘The Best of Hans Zimmer’ Review: Candlelight Series Performance Astounds

The setting allowed the incredible concert to be about more than just about music; It was inherently meditative in its nature, perhaps even emotional.

The Purge

Graffitied murals, overgrown weeds, cracked support pillars, and displaced residents lie below the trail. A closer inspection of the scene reveals the harsh reality of the 606 and other public projects that indirectly trigger gentrification.


Clifton Dawson ’07, Harvard Football Legend, Reflects on Memories of The Game

Harvard students mark their calendars for one game a year. And for Harvard football legend Clifton Dawson ’07, the memories of the second oldest rivalry in college football still live on.

Preview: The Game Returns to Cambridge as Harvard Chases a Historic Four-Way Ivy League Title

Saturday will mark the 138th gridiron meeting between Harvard and Yale — a rivalry whose results have been worthy of two of the most storied programs in football.

2018: When Harvard Beat the Bulldogs in a Ballpark

On Nov. 17, 2018, Harvard football took on Yale in the 135th iteration of The Game. But for the first time since 1894, The Game was played in neither Cambridge nor New Haven. Instead, it was played at historic Fenway Park.

‘We Did It, Coach!’: An Oral History of Harvard's Game-Winning Drive to Stun the Yale Bowl, 2021

The Crimson had the ball back, with what appeared to be one final chance to stun the raucous crowd that had turned up to New Haven, Connecticut, and secure head coach Tim Murphy his 20th victory over Yale.