Juan P. Munoz '12. playing for the Harvard Horntails, tries to elude the Vassar Centaur's defense during Harvard's first home quiddich tournament.
In what was first described as an act of vandalism, approximately 40 books dealing with LGBT issues were damaged by what appeared to be urine in Lamont Library in November, 2010. The incident was later described as an accident caused by a bottle of discarded urine left in the stacks.
Jaime L. Olson '11 plays "dizzy bat" in the Quincy House courtyard as part of Quincy's annual Field Day.
University President Drew G. Faust throws the opening pitch at Fenway park on Sept. 22, 2010. Before Faust stepped o the field, Harvard athletes that won national championships were recognized for their accomplishments.
Bow Street in front of Adams' Westmorly Court is taped off due to the danger of falling ice in February.
Members of the Harvard women's basketball team wear pink shoelaces and headbands at the fourth annual Pink Zone game. All proceeds went to the Kay Yow WBCA Cancer Fund
Upperclassmen run through the Yard to deliver results to eager freshmen. Near the John Harvard statue, enthusiastic Kirkland House residents show their spirit with cheers, balloons, and temporary face tattoos.
Students throw colorful powder at each other on the MAC quad during Holi, the traditional Indian celebration signifying the beginning of spring. The powder, called “rang”, was imported from India for the event.
Students light candles at a vigil in December to remember the 25 million lives lost to the AIDS epidemic.
Families gather by Weeks Footbridge on the Cambridge side of the Charles river to enjoy the 7th annual Revels RiverSing, a community event celebrating the autumnal equnox.
The Harvard men's soccer team played an exhibition game against the Haitian national team that attracted 11,513 fans. The two teams tied 0-0 in regulation, and Haiti won 4-1 in penalty kicks.