Hanging Up the Harvard Jersey
Approximately one in four students who played on a varsity sports team in the 2019-20 season left their team before the 2022-23 season. Interviews with nearly a dozen former Harvard athletes suggested that time commitments, battles with injuries, and balancing a beloved sport and the desire for a more well-rounded Harvard experience contributed to decisions to step away.
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Chair at Loomis-Michael Observatory
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Harvard Stadium Broadcast Booth
The Harvard Stadium is the oldest concrete collegiate football stadium in the United States.
‘Not Just Pointing a Camera’: Behind the Broadcasting of Harvard Sports Games
Today, nearly every Harvard varsity sports home game is televised and streamed on screens around the world — but it wasn’t always this way.
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Investigation of Harvard Women’s Ice Hockey Program Aims to Conclude by End of Term
Jenner and Block, the New York-based law firm investigating Harvard’s women’s ice hockey program in light of allegations of abuse against the program and its head coach, aims to complete its review by the end of April, according to a former team member.
What is Going On With Effective Altruism?
“Most of us want to improve the world. We see suffering, injustice, and death and feel moved to do something about it,” the Harvard EA website says. “But figuring out what that ‘something’ is, let alone actually doing it, can be a difficult and disheartening challenge. Effective altruism is a response to this challenge.” Can it live up to that goal?
Harvard Women’s Hockey Program Investigation Marks Eighth Athletics Review Since 2016
In past scandals within Harvard Athletics programs, coach behavior and team culture have been reviewed by University bodies — such as the Office of General Counsel or the Title IX office — or independent investigators. Still, Harvard Athletics has faced other major scandals in recent years, three of which involved an external conduct investigation.
Ivy League Faces Federal Class Action Lawsuit Over Athletic Scholarships Policy
Two Brown University student athletes have filed a class-action lawsuit on behalf of all present and former Ivy League athletes recruited since March 2019, claiming the eight Ivy League colleges unlawfully colluded to reduce financial aid and compensation for student-athletes.
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Harvard Women’s Ice Hockey to Undergo External Investigation Amid Allegations Against Coach
Harvard Athletic Director Erin McDermott announced in a March 14 email that Harvard Athletics will conduct an independent, external review of the women’s ice hockey program following allegations of abuse leveled against the program and head coach Katey Stone.
The legacy of apartheid is still apparent in South Africa. Part of that legacy traces all the way to Cambridge, Massachusetts — to Samuel Huntington.
Silent on Allegations Against Harvard Hockey Coach, Athletic Director Shares Inclusion and Feedback Plans
Harvard Athletic Director Erin McDermott declined to comment on recent allegations of emotional abuse levied by women’s ice hockey athletes against head coach Katey Stone but affirmed the importance of the department’s ongoing diversity and inclusion initiatives in an interview Friday.
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