Quincy's Resource Efficiency Program reps organize a study break for students in the JCR, offering them the chance to design their own mugs to use in place of the dining hall paper cups.
Making noise for the HONK! Parade, bands reclaim the streets for horns, bikes and feet. Over 30 bands from all over the United States and local community groups participate in the parade.
Oktoberfest, a 16-18 day beer festival in Germany is celebrated in Queen’s Head Pub Friday night where those of age are welcome to celebrate with steins of beer. The festivities included performances by such bands as The Dean’s List.
Men’s polo team captain Albany Mulholland ‘12 drives the ball in a game against Yale on Sunday afternoon.
Casra Labelle ‘12 fights for the ball in a game against Yale on Sunday. The game, along with Myopia Polo’s Last Chukker Cup, was sponsored by Audi, who provided complimentary food, drink, admission, and test drives.
Audience members enjoy the music of Sophia Wennstedt. A freshman, Wennstedt performed as a part of Oktoberfest at the Cambridge Queen's Head Pub on Friday.
Rough and Tumble
Obi Okwara ‘12 (right) helps take down a player from Brown in a rugby game on Saturday. The match ended in a loss for Harvard.
Harvard student veterans gather in Loeb House for a welcome ceremony, the latest part of the University's rapprochement with the military.
The area around Harvard square is packed with students and local residents Sunday afternoon for the Oktoberfest festivities.
Although Oktoberfest is traditionally a German holiday, the HONK! Parade attracts people with many different interests and ideas.