Harvard Athletics Launches 23 New Workshops for Student-Athletes Under 'Crimson360'
Harvard Athletics has debuted 23 new initiatives for student-athletes as part of a program titled "Crimson360" and meant to reflect the department's revamped motto of "principled leadership, academic integration and competitive excellence."
Harvard's Head Diving Coach Resigns Following Allegations of Sexual Misconduct
The head coach of Harvard’s diving program Chris Heaton has resigned days after administrators placed him on leave following allegations that he solicited nude pictures from and sent photos of his penis to young female athletes years ago.
Harvard Places Head Diving Coach on Leave After Suit Alleges He Solicited Nude Pictures from Female Athletes
Harvard has placed the head coach of its diving program Chris Heaton on leave after a suit filed in an Indiana court alleged he solicited nude pictures from and sent photos of his penis to young female swimmers years ago.
Harvard Students Displeased With New Harvard-Yale Ticket Policies
While in past years, students were able to purchase tickets for guests from the Athletics Box Office, students are strictly limited to one ticket per HUID this fall.
Athletics Department Selects Three New Head Coaches
The Harvard Athletics Department announced new head coaches for the men’s tennis, women’s lacrosse, and men’s and women’s diving teams.
Athletics Department Restructures Compensation Model Ahead of New Equal Pay Law
Athletics Director Robert L. Scalise announced a new model for compensating coaches in an email Wednesday following a year of internal review and restructuring of the athletics department’s existing compensation framework.
Scalise to Receive National Award for Excellence in Athletic Administration
Scalise, who wrote he was surprised by the May 9 announcement of the award, will share this year’s award with Yale Athletic Director Thomas Beckett.
Old Walls, New Stage
An inside look into the Lavietes Pavilion renovation.
No Room For New Blood: Harvard’s Aging Faculty
While older professors bring years of experience to the classroom and are often sought out as mentors, when hiring budgets are tight, they can also preclude younger academics from finding a foothold at the University.
No Need to be ‘Flashy’: How Harvard Advertises Itself
In many ways, the Harvard name sells itself—so the University spends its millions-strong marketing budget on short-term and traditionally less-emphasized programs.
Athletics Department Hits Home Run with Student Marketing Program
A number of student athletes on Harvard’s 42 varsity teams have taken on another role this year: Chief Marketing Officer.
New Baseball Hitting Facility Opening Delayed by One Month
Harvard's new covered baseball and softball hitting pavilion will open at least a month late, a delay at least one student-athlete called disappointing.
Women’s Golf Team Van Broken Into on Last Day of Spring Break Training Trip
The women’s varsity golf team’s week-long spring break training trip in California ended on a sour note when their team van was broken into.
Sailing Team Relocates After Sailing Center Sinks Into River
University spokesperson Aaron M. Goldman wrote in a statement on Tuesday that although the barge beneath the center has been “restored,” the facility will be closed for the remainder of the season.
Harvard Sailing Center Sinks into Charles River
In the wake of a powerful Nor’easter, the Harvard Sailing Center partially sank into the Charles River Thursday.
Billionaire Ken Griffin ’89 Breaks with DeSantis on ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Expansion Amid Criticism at GSAS
Jokes That Aren’t Funny: Racism and Harassment in Student Traditions
Michael Smith Returns To Administration As Interim SEAS Dean
‘Happy Place’ Review: An Ambitious Emily Henry Novel
The Hardest Courses at Harvard