Crimson staff writer
Stuti R. Telidevara
Stuti R. Telidevara '20 is the Blog Chair for the 145th Guard, and has covered men's hockey since January 2018. She is an English concentrator living in Cabot House.
Crimson staff writer Stuti R. Telidevara can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow her on Twitter @StutiTelidevara.
After an undefeated start to the season, the Crimson suffered its fourth straight loss heading into its winter hiatus.
A hat trick from sophomore Casey Dornbach and another strong showing in net put the Crimson over its ECAC opponent for its sixth straight win.
Resident Flyby seniors and seasoned Harvard-Yale attendees Stuti and Lydia mom the heck out of you with these tips for The Game. tl;dr: Charge your phone, wear layers.
The Crimson’s performance was a microcosm of the season so far, as Harvard capitalized on its chances and solid goaltending nullified its defensive errors.
Sharp goaltending and tallies on the rush propelled the Crimson to its second straight victory of the young season.
The Crimson hosts two ECAC foes in its first double-header of the season, hoping to build on the momentum of its first win.
Six different goal-scorers found the back of the net to propel the Crimson past the visiting Big Green.
I have walked to my classes in flash flood thunderstorms, blizzards, and sweltering heat, even in uncomfortable shoes. As a self-proclaimed expert in walking from the Quad, let me explain how I do what I do.
If you’re trying to get from the Quad to a building north of the Science Center Plaza (hi STEM folks), congratulations! The Quad is deceptively close to the Oxford Street premises.
Flyby investigates Curricle's new beta version!
It’s late, and you’re either walking to a party (hi, freshmen!), or from a party back to your snug Quad dorm. Maybe you’re not in the most...clear-headed of states. Or maybe you just have no clue where the Quad is. How do you walk there? We’ve got your back.
“Twilight” was the beginning of my own passionate attachment to young adult fiction, and it had an impact on the trope that I read and watched in what felt like real time: the rise of the love triangle.
A recap of the 2018-2019 Harvard men's hockey season.
The Barker Cafe has given this Humanities concentrator yet another reason to live: the new chocolate croissant.
Harvard starts the road to Lake Placid with a best-of-three quarterfinal beginning on Friday.
What the Hell Happened: John Oliver’s Secret Lawsuit
Harvard Departments Check Grad Student Strike Status, Prompting Union Backlash
Bacow Says He ‘Respects’ Right to Protest, But Holds Firm on Divestment Position
Harvard-Yale Divestment Protesters Receive Five Hours of Community Service
Does Cambridge Have a Hate Crime Problem?