Takedown: Harvard defensive back Raishaun McGhee wrapped up Dartmouth receiver Houston Brown for one of his game-high 14 tackles. McGhee also had an interception that set up the Crimson’s first touchdown.
Photograph by Gil Talbot/Harvard Athletic Communications
The Crimson slips by the Big Green.
Oars raised after the race: (from left) Hugh Crane, Garrett Olmsted, Gib Vincent, Roger Cheever, Scott Steketee, Phil Tonks, Bobby Baker, Bill Endicott, and Gerry Goulet.
Photograph by LG/Harvard Magazine
In this year’s Head of the Charles, one alumni crew celebrates 50 years since their first regatta outing.
Jeremy Lin, undergraduate star, in action against Dartmouth, January 2010
Photograph by Jon Chase/Harvard Public Affairs and Communcations
NBA player (and alumnus) Jeremy Lin gives $1 million for financial aid and Lavietes renovation.
Frustrated in regulation by Princeton defenders such as Luke Catarius, Harvard's quarterback Joe Viviano prevailed in overtime, diving for a one-yard touchdown that gave the Crimson a 23-20 victory.
Photograph by Matthew Deshaw/The Harvard Crimson
A game the Crimson got away with
Harvard running back Noah Reimers exulted after his 14-yard bolt up the middle put the Crimson ahead 7-0 in the first period.
Photograph by Brian Foley
The Crusaders play spoiler.
Crimson quarterback Joe Viviano had another strong passing game, completing 22 of 35 passes for 229 yards and a touchdown.
Photograph by Kit Wu/The Harvard Crimson
Crimson players prove their grit.
Lavietes-to-be: the renovated entry façade, as it will appear by the beginning of the 2017-2018 season
rendering courtesy of Bruner/Cott & Associates, Inc.
Upgrading a venerable basketball arena
Kathy Delaney-Smith, the winningest coach in Ivy League basketball
Photograph by Stu Rosner
Basketball coach Kathy Delaney-Smith lives up to, and inspires, with her motto.