Despite the efforts of Yale linebacker Victor Egu, Crimson quarterback Scott Hosch ’16 managed a flip to freshman receiver Justice Shelton-Mosley, who took the ball the rest of the way. The 35-yard touchdown gave Harvard a 14-7 second-quarter lead in The Game.
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A fine finish to a nearly flawless football season
Illustration by Chris Beatrice
Learning “what it means to be a walking disruption”
Jeffrey S. Flier
Photograph by John Soares/Harvard Medical School
Medical dean stepping down, Rhodes and Marshall scholars, more conservative Winthrop House addition, and more
Alan M. Garber
The provost on the prospects for Harvard’s MOOCs, and other developments in teaching and learning
With his team at 2-5, and a road game against fourth-ranked Kansas on Saturday, coach Tommy Amaker is focused on improving. Among those he’s working with is freshman point guard Tommy McCarthy, who has averaged 10.7 points and six assists during the last three games.
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Harvard men’s basketball loses two of three local games.
Bianca Mulaney and Rebecca Panovka will study at London School of Economics and Political Science and University of Cambridge respectively.
Senior forward Miye D’Oench is Harvard's lead attacker this season, with six goals and 12 points, including two assists Tuesday night against Northeastern.
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Harvard women’s hockey starts fast.
Alacha, Huckins, Hyland, Lam, Pham, and Shahawy win two or three years of study at Oxford.