Harvard Cheerleading Club
Contact: Meghan Goodwin (firstname.lastname@example.org),
Isabel Lee (email@example.com)
Student-Run Website: www.hcs.harvard.edu/~cheer
Overview: The Harvard Cheerleading Squad is a
group of men and women dedicated to promoting school spirit,
specifically through support of the College's athletic teams.
Harvard Cheerleading has its roots in the mid-nineteenth century
and boasts such alumni as Franklin D. Roosevelt (1904) and Homer
Cheerleading is considered a club sport and consists of 16-20
members. The squad cheers at all football games (home and away), as
well as home games for the men's and women's basketball teams. In
addition to eliciting enthusiasm from the crowd, the cheerleaders
are dedicated to improving and perfecting their sport and continue
to do so through participation in local and national competitions.
Beyond events specifically related to cheerleading, squad members
also serve as ambassadors to the greater Boston community.
Unmistakable in our uniforms and by our positive demeanor, we
participate in such community endeavors as "Halloween Town", The
Honan 5K Road Race, Boston Bruins College Night, the Hasty
Pudding's Woman of the Year Parade, as well as various Alumni
events and community service projects.