In the Rebellion of 1818, Harvard's most famous food fight took place resulted in the expulsion of all 80 members of the Sophomore class.
FM dives into the archives to learn about Hemenway Gymnasium director Dudley Allen Sargent, who took detailed measurements and nude photos of Harvard students from the 1880s to the 1910s.
Former Harvard swimming coach Benjamin Merritt poses for a picture in 1959. Two men have now accused Merritt of sexually abusing them when they were teenagers in the late 1960s.
Harvard reached its first and only NCAA Tournament in March 1946.
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