What would you put on your bucket list if you found out you only had a few months left to live? It’s a question people love to speculate about, but I don’t think you could possibly know the answer until you are actually faced with your own mortality.
Today, with many departed athletes now back on campus and with their teams, the spectre of Government 1310 no longer looms in quite the same way over Harvard’s athletic courts and fields, though the memory of the scandal remains fresh.
As you may have noticed, there is no separate sports section this Monday, as there has been for years. Many of the stories that would have been in that section appear here in the flagship daily paper, but some do not.
Not everything about the Academic Index is as clear-cut as how it is calculated.
Rookie excels in first taste of collegiate ice hockey.
After a tumultuous offseason, the Harvard baseball team struggled early but stayed in contention by splitting nearly every conference series. It faltered in the final weekend of Ivy League play.
For the first time since 2010 the Harvard men’s soccer team did not host a spring exhibition game in Harvard Stadium.
Harvard baseball batted around for the first time this season in a 10-7 win over Cornell to take game two of the double-header after losing the day's opener.
The Harvard baseball team dropped it's home-conference-opener, 3-1, to Cornell on Saturday afternoon. A two-run fourth inning proved to be ...
Through 18 non-conference games, Klug, Link, and Poppen have planted themselves firmly in the starting lineup at second base, catcher, and pitcher, respectively.
Harvard football may not compete at the highest level collegiately, but every year, players from Crimson coach Tim Murphy’s program ...
With Selection Sunday just around the corner, the Harvard men’s basketball team will know who it will be matched up ...
“This is Harvard Hockey, A Tradition of Excellence.” The tag-line on Harvard men’s hockey’s media guide doesn’t leave much room for error.
Against defending national champion No. 4/5 Boston College, Harvard lost, 4-1, at TD Garden