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Yale mascot Handsome Dan XIX and a Harvard University Police dog at The Game

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(1/5) DOG DAY AFTERNOON Yale's Handsome Dan XIX and a Harvard University Police dog wondered what the ruckus was all about. 

Photographs by Julian Giordano/The Harvard Crimson


A tough finish to a quirky season


Allison Feaster wearing a green Celtics shirt in front of team championship banners

Allison Feaster at the Celtics’ Auerbach Center

Photograph by Stu Rosner

A basketball star's journey from the Harvard hardwood to the Celtics front office

November-December 2022

Carrie Moore on the sideline of a basketball game.

As an assistant coach at the University of Michigan, Moore helped lead the Wolverines to the NCAA Tournament's Elite Eight.

Photograph by Michigan Athletics/courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications


She succeeds Kathy Delaney-Smith, who led the Crimson for 40 seasons.


Kathy Delaney-Smith

Kathy Delaney-Smith

Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications

In her final season, the Harvard women’s basketball coach stays “in the moment."


Noah Kirkwood

Noah Kirkwood

Photograph by Gil Tabot

In an injury-filled season, Harvard’s best player assumes a new role.


Mason and McKenzie Forbes

Mason and McKenzie Forbes

Photographs courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications; collage by Niko Yaitanes/Harvard Magazine

Mason and McKenzie Forbes work together on and off the court.


Jason Rosenfeld delivers a presentation with microphone in hand

A statistical standout: Rosenfeld shares his fascination with analytics in classrooms, conference rooms, and conventions across the country.

Photograph courtesy of Jason Rosenfeld

Jason Rosenfeld ’12 traces his path to sports-statistics success.

July-August 2021

Beds were set up for Spanish flu patients outside the Harvard-affiliated Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in 1918.
Photograph courtesy of the Brigham and Women's Hospital Archives

Fall semester interrupted, a century ago


With 2020 winter sports ending early and the spring collegiate season wiped out almost entirely, we look back at some Crimson highlights from past years. 


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