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  • Playing the Field

    Your guide to guys at The Game. For many of Harvard students, Harvard-Yale is their only exposure to football of the year. Many of my friends don’t actually care about the nuances of the sport and instead ask me, “What should I know about the players? Like, can you tell me who is ok to… [Read More...]

    Playing the Field
  • Not Just Football

    Other Crimson matchups against Yale. By CHRIS RILEY This week, Harvard students anxiously await “The Game,” and the excuse to use Harvard and Yale’s football teams as justification to pretend that they go to a normal college for one weekend. For the edification of those who have yet to leave Lamont for the first time… [Read More...]

    Not Just Football
  • The Game, This Game, Our Game

    Notable moments in the history of the H-Y rivalry. While there are many rivalries between Harvard and Yale (for example, Harvard leads 5-3 in number of presidents), there is one rivalry that rises above all else and consumes the spirit of November. Anticipation has been mounting steadily all fall and the long–awaited occasion is now… [Read More...]

    The Game, This Game, Our Game
  • The Playbook

    The Indy’s Guide to Harvard-Yale Weekend. The game is the one time a year when Harvard and Yale students have the kind of fun most college students across the country have been having every Saturday since they got to school. You only have two chances to do Harvard-Yale at Harvard as an undergrad right. I’m… [Read More...]

    The Playbook
  • This is (Yale) CS50.

    Harvard’s decision to move its more taken class. In the near-final step of what has been a longtime consideration for both schools, Yale faculty voted Thursday to concretely approve the adaptation of Harvard’s CS50 course into the Yale curriculum. On Monday, Rob Bowden, a member of CS50’s technical staff, answered some questions about the move,… [Read More...]

    This is (Yale) CS50.
  • Not Too Different

    Some thoughts on acting “Like a Real College.” By CHRIS RILEY “I love the Game! It’s the one weekend where we get to act like we go to a real college.” So goes the refrain of the stressed Harvard students who has logged way too many hours in Lamont and way to few nights taking… [Read More...]

    Not Too Different

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An Atypical Night at the Museum

The excitement and splendor of the Harvard Art Museums Student Opening By HERDA XHAFERAJ Thursday, November 6th, was an atypical night for the many curious Harvard students who patiently waited in line for tickets … (full post)

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Shedding a New Light on Rothko

The impressive union of art and technology in the new Harvard Art Museums’ inaugural exhibition. In many ways Harvard is the perfect place for innovations in interdisciplinary fields to occur. It is no wonder that … (full post)

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This is (Yale) CS50.

Harvard’s decision to move its more taken class. In the near-final step of what has been a … (full post)

Not Too Different

Some thoughts on acting “Like a Real College.” By CHRIS RILEY “I love the Game! It’s the one … (full post)

Nowhere To Go

Boston's Long Island Shelter abruptly closes. By A CONCERNED GROUP OF HARVARD STUDENTS Imagine … (full post)

#ThrowbackThursday

Below is an article from the 1994 Harvard-Yale issue, entitled “Yale Sucks”, by the associate sports … (full post)

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Remembering a Childhood Legend

The Life of Jovian, Lemur Star of Zobomafoo. Jovian the lemur passed away on November 11, … (full post)

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Let’s Learn to Serve

The case for making public service a mandated requirement at Harvard. Cornell recently … (full post)

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Not Too Different

Some thoughts on acting “Like a Real College.” By CHRIS RILEY “I love the Game! It’s the one weekend where we get to act like we go to a real college.” So goes the refrain of the stressed Harvard … (full post)

Nowhere To Go

Boston's Long Island Shelter abruptly closes. By A CONCERNED GROUP OF HARVARD STUDENTS Imagine you are coming back to your house after a long day of class only to be told that Harvard officials … (full post)

#ThrowbackThursday

Below is an article from the 1994 Harvard-Yale issue, entitled “Yale Sucks”, by the associate sports editor at the time, Eric Baker. The parallels between the state of Yale now and twenty years ago … (full post)