By clinching at least a share of the Ivy League Basketball title this past weekend, Harvard became the fifth school ...
The last two times the No. 23 Harvard men’s basketball team has stepped foot in Payne Whitney Gymnasium in New Haven, the result has been, well, pain. A lot of it.
With The Game just days away "On Harvard Time" presents "Air Bully," the story of a safety school's struggling football team, its "piece-of-shit" player Josh, and Bully, a football-playing dog. Bully, who's certainly no Air Bud, inspires his fellow Elis to try to become more than just salutatorians, second-chair violinists, and student council vice-presidents. But will Bully lead Yale to victory? Will Josh remain a piece-of-shit forever? Watch the video—and The Game—to find out.
With much talk focusing on Harvard posting impressive returns on their endowment, bringing the value of investments to $32 billion, it's natural to wonder how the other Ivys stack up. While each institution increased their holding with consistent returns, Harvard's total endowments still dwarfs its Ivy neighbors.
New regulations are aimed at decreasing the amount of player concussions, which have been linked to serious health risks.
As Donald Trump prepares his bid for the GOP presidential nomination, he continues his attacks on President Barack H. Obama, claiming Obama was a "terrible student" and questioning the president's ability to have attended both Columbia University and Harvard Law School.
Focusing on the delivery of health care will not only help reform the current, flawed medical system, but will also become the newest frontier in science, Dartmouth College President Jim Yong Kim said in a lecture at Harvard yesterday.