Gerald Chertavian, founder of the non-profit organization Year Up, speaks Monday night to students at the Harvard Business School. Chertavian discussed the origins and operations of Year Up, which facilitates education and professional training for young urban adults.
Historian Ross King discusses his new book, Leonardo and the Last Supper, at the Harvard Bookstore on Monday. In his compelling new book, Ross King explores how, amid war and the political and religious turmoil around him, and beset by his own insecurities and frustrations.
Elizabeth Warren was elected as Massachusetts’ as Massachusetts’ new senator earlier this month, but former Senator Scott Brown won 51% of the vote at the polls in South Boston. In 2010, Brown got 56% of the votes in South Boston.
Terrific Teas at Cabot Cafe
On Monday night, Cabot Café hosted a special tea-tasting event. Students such as Danny Z. Wilson sampled exotic flavors including Moroccan Mint, Jade Oolong, and Vanilla Rooibos. The night's most popular flavors will be added permanently to the menu.
Five-year-old Sophie Pettengill, shown here in front of her varsity locker, joined the Harvard women’s swimming and diving team this year as part of Team IMPACT. Pettengill cheered on her teammates at last Friday’s meet.
TIPPING THE SCALES
In the final play of his career in a Harvard jersey, senior running back Treavor Scales ran for a 63-yard touchdown. With the score, the senior sealed a 34-24 victory over rival Yale for the Crimson football team.
Senior co-captain and forward Emma Golen is an impressive 9-for-10 from three-point range so far this season. Golen and the Harvard women’s basketball team are slated to take on Holy Cross Tuesday night.
HOME SWEET HOME
Five-year-old Sophie Pettengill (not pictured) watched from the deck of Blodgett Pool, as sophomore Kelsey Hojan Clark (above) and the Harvard women’s swimming team took on Columbia last Friday.
FOR THE WIN
Harvard’s 200-yard medley A relay team won its event, givng the Crimson women’s swimming team its first points in a victory over Columbia.