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Jo B. Lemann

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Star Freshman Malik Mack Will Transfer To Georgetown in Massive Blow To Harvard

Harvard men’s basketball star freshman point guard Malik Mack will leave transfer to Georgetown next year, a major blow to a Crimson squad for which Mack was one of the sole bright spots last season.  ​​​​​​

McDermott Defends Aurich Hiring, Acknowledges Chance of Donor Backlash

Harvard Athletic Director Erin McDermott acknowledged the possibility of some alumni pulling financial support for Harvard’s football program over the hiring of new Head Coach Andrew Aurich in an interview Thursday.

As NIL Collectives Change Collegiate Sports, Harvard Lags Behind

As colleges and universities across the country have embraced name, image, or likeness collectives and supported alumni-led efforts to provide financial support for players, Harvard and its fellow Ivy League schools have refused to follow suit.

‘Definitely Unethical’: Datamatch Leak First Exposed by UCLA Students in Private Discord

One week before Harvard student Sungjoo Yoon ’27 revealed Datamatch data vulnerabilities via an anonymous website, a group of UCLA students first discovered that they could access and scrape the site’s user data — information they exposed in a private Discord server.

New Harvard Football Coach Andrew Aurich to Retain Team’s Coaching Staff

Andrew Aurich, Harvard’s new head football coach, informed players on Monday that all current coaches would stay with the team and all defensive coaches would stay in their positions, according to a player at the meeting.

Harvard Athlete Numbers Drop, Gender Pay Inequity Persists for Coaching Staff

The number of Harvard undergraduates participating in a varsity sport decreased by more than 90 last year, and pay discrepancies between coaching staff for men’s and women’s teams has persisted, according to a report filed by Harvard in October.