As you may have noticed if you’ve been following this blog, we haven’t updated it in over a year. Which is really rather odd considering we’ve been advertising it on the radio for the past year, so we’re changing things around. This blog is going to be making a comeback worth visiting as a source for Harvard Crimson news and analysis.
Since it’s been a long time, you may have forgotten who exactly we are as bloggers. We are the students from the radio station 95.3 FM WHRB in Cambridge, MA, an independently owned, student-run operation. WHRB stands for Harvard Radio Broadcasting, so as may be expected, the students on the air are Harvard students. Specifically, WHRB Sports is a department at the radio station, and we provide season long coverage of Harvard Crimson football and men’s hockey, as well as select women’s hockey, men’s and women’s basketball, and baseball games. WHRB is the radio station where you can find The Game, the annual men’s Beanpot, the women’s Beanpot, and the Baseball Beanpot.
As far as our plans for the blog, we’ll be discussing them when we all get to campus in about a week or so, but for now, it includes being a place that collects all the news for the various sports at Harvard, particularly men’s football and hockey. To that end, at least a few of us that contribute on-air will be contributing to the blog- I’ll eventually badger them into introducing themselves, at least briefly, on here. While we work on getting this blog back into running order, please enjoy some of our classic interviews that can be found on the right side of the page. Also, I’ll make a bigger announcement about this later, but you can also follow WHRB Sports on Twitter, and of course, on the air, on 95.3 FM in the Boston area, or online anywhere in the world at WHRB.org.
Thanks for sticking with us,
The WHRB Sports Dept.