From the Field to the Front Office

Harvard alumni executives in sports

by Max J. Krupnick

Harvard Women’s Ice Hockey Investigation Finds No Evidence of Hazing Culture

The Athletics Director says her department is committed to enhancing reporting policies and mental health support.

by Ryan Doan-Nguyen

Off the Ice, Onto the Screen

Bill Keenan ’09 brings his first book onto the screen. 

by Gary Santaniello

How Harvard Handled the 1918 Flu Pandemic

Fall semester interrupted, a century ago

by Matteo Wong

Puck Stop

The many saves of a six-foot goalie

by Lydialyle Gibson

“The Perfect Sheet”

Harvard’s Zamboni operators’ quest for the perfect sheet of ice

by Jacob Sweet

Seeing the Ice

Hockey champion A.J. Mleczko in the broadcast booth

by Lydialyle Gibson

Winter Sports

Late winter and early spring highlights

by Lydialyle Gibson

“Too Normal” for a Goalie?

Merrick Madsen was the brick wall in net for last season’s Frozen Four team.

by Lydialyle Gibson

Sports in Brief

Strong seasons in hockey, fencing, and swimming

by Lydialyle Gibson

To the Frozen Four

The Harvard men’s hockey team advances to the national championship’s final four in Chicago.

by Lydialyle Gibson