Yale mascot Handsome Dan, pictured here at last year's Harvard–Yale game in New Haven, has yet to see the Bulldogs lose in his lifetime.
More than 700 students have signed a petition to keep the annual Harvard-Yale tailgate at Cumnock Field.
High-end men's clothing boutique J. Press is closing its 82 Mt. Auburn St. location at the end of the month.
Matt Fraschilla warms up at the Palestra before his final game in a Crimson jersey during last year's Ivy Tournament.
Coach Kathy Delaney-Smith is currently in her 36th season leading the Crimson.
In three games against Yale last season, sophomore Bryce Aiken dropped 20 or more points.
The committee flees the gritty streets of Cambridge to bucolic Belmont, Mass in some suburban Chevy Suburbans.
Two SUVs leave the property of Overseer and committee member Tracy P. Palandjian ’93. Members of the committee searching for Harvard’s next president convened secretly at Palandjian's Belmont, Mass. home Saturday.
The Harvard Corporation and the Board of Overseers often meet in Loeb House, pictured here in 2017.
Hasib Muhammad ’19, who comes from Georgia, stands in front of Widener Library Thursday afternoon.
Michael Z. Robinson poses for a photo Friday in the common room of Straus Hall. Robinson, a proctor in Wigglesworth and third-year Masters of Divinity student at the Harvard Divinity School, hails from Springdale, Ark.
Roommates Trevor W. Ladner '20, left, and Nicholas T. Wyville '20, right, pose for a photo in their room Friday afternoon. Earlier this year, Ladner and Wyville launched Southerners Organizing Urgent Transformation Through Harvard College, or SOUTTH.
Khurana said he is aware students may be confused about the policy and that he hopes to clear up the uncertainty as soon as possible.
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