Freshman rower Lucas Clarke hails from New Zealand, the nation he represented as a member of the eight-man boat at the 2017 World Rowing U-23 Championships. Here, he claimed first place at the B-class final.
A River Runs Through It
The Charles River, the scenic sight of the eponymous race. Each year, spectators line the grassy banks to cheer on their favorite boats.
Bros Before Rows
Thanks to Bryce, who lured his two older brothers into the sport, now all three Anderson brothers are avid heavyweight rowers. Travis (right) spent his junior season rowing in the third, fourth, and fifth seats.
Daughter of "God"
Co-captain Abigail Parker is the daughter of long-time Harvard coach Harry Parker, often referred to as "God".
A Fresh New Direction
After a short stint at Columbia, Jesse Foglia embarks on his first year as an assistant coach of men's heavyweight.
Row, Row, Row Your Boat
Vincent Breet once again suits up for the Crimson heavyweights.
Accomando Takes Over as Men's Freshman Lightweight Coach
When longtime freshman men’s lightweight crew coach Linda Muri left her position to lead the Dartmouth women’s squad, volunteer assistant coach Ian Accomando stepped up.
Women's Crew Strokes Toward Spring
The Radcliffe crew team looks to build on its momentum from a successful 2014 spring season at the Head of the Charles this weekend, its second—and most important—race of the fall.
Fitzhenry Looks to Finish at the Top
Twelve-year-old Elizabeth Fitzhenry, like most American girls her age, did not think of summer camp as preparation to represent their country. She was wrong.
Louie's Superette does a brisk business selling beer and wine to undergraduates.
Louie's Superette, serving the Cambridge community for over fifteen years.
History's One and Only Crimson Dance Team
Sixty-six years ago, the Harvard men’s basketball team was selected to represent New England in the NCAA Tournament at Madison Square Garden.
Hoop Grads Face World
What does Occupy Wall Street have to do with Harvard women’s basketball?
Epitome of Resilience
Kathy Delaney-Smith enters her 30th season at the helm of the Harvard women’s basketball program as the winningest Ivy League women’s coach in history with a 456-319 overall record.
O' Captain, My Captain
“Do you want to make history?” One question. Just six words. But when Oliver McNally heard them, his life was changed forever.
Crimson Eyes Europe Ball
Co-captain Brogan Berry currently has her eyes set on Princeton, Yale, and the rest of the Ivy League. But a year from now, she could be preparing for Bourges, Rivas Ecopolis, or Taranto.
Clark de Triomphe
Playing in all of the Crimson’s games last season, sophomore Christine Clark contributed greatly in both scoring and on the boards.
Three Decades of Excellence
Harvard coach Kathy Delaney-Smith enters her 30th year at the program looking for her 12th Ivy League title.
Rich Getting Richer
In what is rapidly turning into an annual tradition, Harvard coach Tommy Amaker has once again brought a fresh crop ...
New Kids on the Block
It looked like Harvard women’s basketball coach Kathy Delaney-Smith had hit it the jackpot in November 2010 when she signed Temi Fagbenle, the Crimson’s first top-20 recruit in recent memory.
How May I Assist You?
Brandyn Curry wasn’t happy to be in the back gym of some North Carolina high school on that day in 2005.