2020 Ivy foil champion Geoffrey Tourette '21 celebrates a point.
Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletics Communcations
A focus on process leads Harvard fencers to an Ivy championship.
At his seventieth Harvard-Yale game, in 2012, Paul Lee ’46 proudly carried the replica Little Red Flag. Steve Goodhue ’51 is beside him; Spencer Ervin ’54 and Jeff Lee ’74 stand behind.
Photograph courtesy of Judy Goodhue
Are you eligible to carry the (replica) Little Red Flag?
Matt “Happy” Gilmore smiles behind the wheel. Zamboni-driving takes focus, but Gilmore says that he loves waving to children in the crowd and making their day.
Photograph by Jim Harrison
Harvard’s Zamboni operators’ quest for the perfect sheet of ice
Mind the net: Sophomore goalie Lindsay Reed, flanked by teammates Ali Peper (13) and Nicki Lutschaunig (12), homes in on a speeding puck during a January win against Union College. Last year, Reed averaged more than 30 saves per game.
Photograph by Gil Talbot/Courtesy of Harvard Athletics Communications
The many saves of a six-foot goalie
Built in 1962, the off-the-grid, one-room cabin is popular among ice climbers and back-country skiers.
Photograph by David Leonard
The Harvard Mountaineering Club’s Mount Washington cabin
Illustration by Mark Steele
Headlines from Harvard’s history
Robert L. Scalise
Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications
Sexual-misconduct survey results, and the athletics director to retire
Four score: With Yale’s Melvin Rouse II in vain pursuit, Harvard’s Aidan Borguet heads for the goal line. Against the Elis, the Crimson freshman back rushed for a series single-game record 269 yards and amassed four touchdowns on only 11 carries, a performance that helped earn him the Ivy League Rookie of the Year award.
Photographs by Tim O’Meara/The Harvard Crimson
Dreadful defeats—and a heartbreaking Game—produced the Crimson’s first losing season of the century.