The Harvard sailing team raced in three regattas around New England this weekend, with its best finish coming at the Central Series Three competition. The Crimson made the top fleet at the Southern New England Team Race, and placed seventh at the Dellenba
The women’s sailing team traveled to Annapolis Maryland this weekend, where it competed in the Navy Women’s Intersectional Annapolis and placed fourth overall in the standings behind some of the East Coast’s elite teams. The co-ed team was scheduled to co
Avivah Gottlieb Zornberg, a prominent Torah scholar, spoke at Hillel yesterday on “The Pit and the Robe: Joseph and Judah” as part of the organization’s lecture series. She explored Joseph’s inner life and history.
In a surprising weekend, the Crimson shocked heavily-favored Yale to earn a coveted nationals bid. All-New England honoree and senior Kyle Kovacs was also awarded the senior trophy for skill and sportsmanship.
The Crimson had a busy, four-event weekend on the Charles and in Rhode Island, finishing fourth in its first two events.
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