Owen A. Berger
Video: One Year Later, Harvard Student-Athletes Reflect on Lack of Ivy League Competition Since Last March
March 10, 2021 marks one year since Harvard students received the news they would have to vacate campus. The Crimson sat down and spoke with three student-athletes to hear their reflections on the past year.
While currently over 3,000 miles away from Harvard, the French native is poised to bring his strong work ethic and talent back to campus. Pictured above, Crouin competes at last year's CSA National Championship, just days before the March 10, 2020, shutdown.
March 10, 2021 marks one year since Harvard students received the news they would have to vacate campus. That same week the Ivy League and eventually the entire NCAA halted competition. While many conferences have resumed athletic play, the Ivy League remains one of just a handful of conferences that have still not resumed athletic competition, recently announcing the cancellation of the spring sports season. The Crimson sat down and spoke with three student-athletes to hear their reflections on the past year.
Normally packed with students coming to vote in the elections, Gund Hall was quiet Tuesday afternoon, as the majority of Harvard students are forced to stay home due to COVID-19 restrictions. By 2:30 p.m., only about 80 ballots had been cast at the voting center, leaving volunteers with little to do.
Two voters waiting for transportation back to their homes look on as voters cast their ballots at Graham and Parks School polling center in Cambridge, Mass. on Tuesday.