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Harvard Crimson and Yale Bulldogs Face Off for 138th Playing of The Game
Football

In Photos: The Game Returns to Harvard Stadium

The 138th playing of The Game returned to Harvard Stadium this Saturday. Yale defeated Harvard 19-14 to clench the Ivy League title.

HY Attendees Walking
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HY Attendees Walking

Attendees of the 138th rendition of The Game flooded Harvard Square last weekend, boosting local businesses.

Student Tailgate for Harvard-Yale
Student Life

Student Tailgate for Harvard-Yale

Harvard and Yale undergraduates attend an unofficial tailgate on the lawn in front of the Malkin Athletic Center before The Game on Saturday

Alumni at The Game
Football

‘Wonderful to be Back’: Alumni Return to Harvard Stadium for The Game

Hundreds of Harvard alumni flocked to campus to watch the Crimson take on its rival — the Yale Bulldogs — on Saturday.

Student Protesters at The Game
Student Life

Tailgates and Turkeys: Students React to Harvard-Yale Weekend with Banners and Cheers

The 138th rendition of The Game on Saturday only lasted a few hours, leaving Crimson fans disappointed by a 19-14 loss. But for Harvard students, The Game was an all-day affair featuring tailgates and turkeys.

Students, Alumni Attend Tailgates
Student Life

Students, Alumni Attend Tailgates

Students and alumni attended an unofficial tailgate on the lawn outside the Malkin Athletic Center.

Boylston Hall
College

Harvard Palestine Solidarity Committee Hosts Panel Calling for Tech Companies to Divest from Contracts with Israel

The Harvard College Palestine Solidarity Committee hosted a conversation Wednesday with No Tech For Apartheid — a coalition of tech employees calling for companies to divest from contracts with the Israeli government.

Iván Duque
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Iván Duque

Former Colombian President Iván Duque spoke at the Harvard Kennedy School on Thursday.

Iván Duque
Politics

Former Colombian President Iván Duque Discusses Resurgent Left Wing in Latin America at Kennedy School Event

Former Colombian President Iván Duque discussed Latin American politics and the environment at the Harvard Kennedy School on Thursday.

Cambridge City Hall
City Politics

Cambridge City Council Calls for Higher Salaries for Harvard Clerical, Technical Workers

The Cambridge City Council unanimously adopted a resolution last week urging Harvard to raise the salaries of its clerical and technical workers to keep up with the pace of inflation and rising costs of living.

IOP Forum
IOP

IOP Forum

The Harvard Kennedy School Institute of Politics hosts Brad Raffensperger, secretary of state of Georgia, and Natalie Tennant, former secretary of state of West Virginia, for Tuesday's post-election forum.

Hodge at Home
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Hodge at Home

Senior goalie Noah Hodge surveys the water while playing at home in Blodgett Pool.

Transgender Awareness Week Event: Representation in the Media
Harvard Kennedy School

Transgender Awareness Week Event: Representation in the Media

The Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics, and Public Policy hosted an event titled on Monday titled "LGBTQIA+ Representation in the Media" for Transgender Awareness Week.

Cass Sunstein Portrait
Conversations

Cass Sunstein Portrait

Cass R. Sunstein, the Robert Walmsley University Professor at Harvard, teaches behavioral economics and public policy at the Law School, and the GenEd "Making Change When Change is Hard" at the College.

IOP Watch Party
IOP

Students Await Fate of 2022 Midterm Elections at Harvard IOP Watch Party

Harvard students and affiliates flooded the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum Tuesday evening to await the results of the 2022 midterm elections at a watch party hosted by the Institute of Politics.

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