End of an era: Harvard kills its squash courts

May 25, 2009 in Sports

Vanity Fair on Harvard's Vanishing Squash Courts:

Artist James Powers, Harvard ’08, proved to be an invaluable source on two fronts. He knew about the four unused squash courts in Adams House because he had painted in them, seen movies inside them, and, like the other students, stored junk in them over the summer. Had he ever seen them used for squash? “Not in my time,” he reports.

So long, Adams squash courts. We hardly knew you.

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