Though never a writer for The Simpsons or a member of Saturday Night Live, former Harvard Lampoon president Andrew S.
Members of Harvard’s Class of 1955 have raised over $1.65 million for the Phillips Brooks House Association (PBHA) as part
In the spring of 1952, allegations of police brutality swept the Harvard campus, following the arrest of 28 undergraduates who
HARVARD: NOT SO SECULAR AFTER ALL Last Wednesday Gadfly received an urgent call from a shrewd, red-haired friend: “UHS is
MAKING OUT: STILL FUN A smorgasbord of singers—Kroks and Dins, Pitches and the Hasty Pudding Theatrical Company—headed to Bermuda over
After spending the summer before her freshman year practicing English, Hungarian native Reka Cserny ’05 had the language almost down—almost.
BRIDGEPORT, Conn.—After last night’s game, Fairfield coach Tim O’Toole said that his team “learns an awful lot from brutal losses.”
DURHAM, N.H.—The Harvard men’s basketball team may have been gifted two consecutive free throw opportunities to put the game out
When asked to describe sophomore forward Matt Stehle, Harvard men’s basketball coach Frank Sullivan is quick to point out that
Three weeks ago, the Harvard men’s soccer team was atop the Ivy standings, riding a five-game winning streak and one
HANOVER, N.H.—With a 1-0 loss to Dartmouth yesterday, the Harvard men’s soccer team’s Ivy title chances are no longer in
Co-captain Liza Barber and her defense couldn't hold back a flood of Dartmouth goals late in the second half of a 3-0 loss in Hanover yesterday.
Asking for more information isn’t a request often made by Orgo-burdened premeds. But after working at the New England Journal