The 138th rendition of The Game on Saturday only lasted a few hours, leaving Crimson fans disappointed by a 19-14 loss. But for Harvard students, The Game was an all-day affair featuring tailgates and turkeys.
Some Harvard students have taken advantage of complementary tickets for this year's Harvard-Yale game to sell them at a premium, with many tickets going for more than $150 at market price.
In the week leading up to the much-anticipated return of The Game to Harvard Stadium, students have reported confusion and disappointment with College restrictions on tailgating.
After a spectacular final drive claimed the 137th rendition of The Game for Harvard in 2021, the Crimson is back on the field — this time at Harvard Stadium — to secure its 62nd victory over Yale. As students, alumni, and Yalies flock to Cambridge and turn their eyes across the Charles River, here's what you need to know as you cheer for Harvard on Saturday.
In the lead up to the 138th iteration of the Harvard-Yale football game this Saturday, hundreds of undergraduate students rallied at a series of events inspiring school spirit hosted by the Harvard College Events Board.
Yale junior Matthew J. Pollack was sitting in a morning lecture on Nov. 1 when he noticed something strange: His classmates were trying to buy tickets to the Harvard-Yale football game from a link Yale’s administration had never announced.
After permanently etching his name into the history books for his game-winning catch in Harvard's 34-31 victory in the 137th Edition of The Game, where did Kym Wimberly go? Right back to Cambridge, Massachusetts.