Sports & Athletics

Slow and Steady

A Harvard Law School graduate completes marathons in all 50 states.  

by Jacob Sweet

News in Brief

Commencement speaker, new Corporation Fellows, and more

Paying Student-Athletes?

As NIL money flows, Harvard’s approach remains unchanged.

by Max J. Krupnick

Harvard, Ivies to Join Big Ten

“Superconference” play begins in 2025-26 and will feature relegation.

by Dick Friedman

“It’s Tournament Time”

Harvard women’s basketball prepares for Ivy Madness.

by David L. Tannenwald

Harvard’s New Football Coach: A Real Tiger

The magazine’s football correspondent advises fans to deal with it.

by Dick Friedman

Leading with Care

Michael Hill strikes the right balance.

by Max J. Krupnick

News in Brief

Education dean and football coach step down, a significant art acquisition, and more

The End of Murphy Time

Harvard’s greatest football coach steps down.

by Dick Friedman

Harvard Previews Future Building Plans in Allston

Regulatory filing on the University’s next decade of construction expected this week

by Jonathan Shaw

Up and Down with Harvard Skiing

Coach Carter recalls the early, unpredictable years of the alpine ski team.

by David Arnold