Despite compiling several standout seasons over the last decade, including an undefeated Ivy run in 2011, the Harvard football team does not get a chance to compete for a national title.
Junior defensive lineman Zach Hodges will return to Harvard Stadium Saturday as the Crimson football team shows off its 2013 squad in the annual spring game.
A strong performance last weekend vaulted field hockey into the top five.
Thomas M. MacWilliam '13. right, and Rob Bowden '13 help students during CS50 office hours using the new computer and app-based interface. CS50 implemented the new program to better serve students.
The Hong Kong restaurant received approval from the Cambridge License Commission to stay open until 3:00 a.m. seven days a week.
Sophomore midfielder Ryan Stevens is the son of NHL Hall of Famer Scott Stevens, who was famous during his playing days for his bone-jarring body checks. But Stevens lost interest in hockey at a young age and fell in love with lacrosse, a decision his father supported. That move has paid off, as Stevens is currently fourth on the team with 13 goals in 2011.
Junior attackman Jeff Cohen is ready for the upcoming lacrosse season.
Junior foward Alex Killorn, shown here in earlier action, scored two goals in Harvard’s 5-4 victory over No. 14 Boston University in the consolation game of the 59th annual Beanpot at TD Banknorth Garden. The Terriers finished in last place for just the fourth time in tournament history. Killorn leads the Crimson with 21 points and 10 goals in the 2010-11 campaign.
Kazemde George is a saxophone player, composer, and member of the band Love Exchange.
Students participate in “inflatable jousting” at the Undergraduate Council-sponsored tailgate for the Harvard-Duke men’s lacrosse game last Friday.
Junior Kyle Richter, shown above in previous action, had a tremendous weekend defending the Harvard net in a sweep of the Princeton Tigers.
Brogan Berry, shown here in earlier action, and Harvard sit in second place in the Ivy League, two games behind Princeton with three games remaining. The Crimson will need a sweep this weekend to stay in the race.
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