Just when you were prepared to write Harvard off as apathetic and apolitical (Iraq, where? Darfur, who?), up crops an
Harvard’s 2007 season is giving new meaning to the old cliché that history is bound to repeat itself. The team
Sarah Sewall, the director of the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, said she did not believe anti-American sentiment in Iraq would abate.
CORRECTION APPENDED Nearly four and a half years after the American invasion of Iraq, five experts rejected claims made by
Inside Annenberg, representatives of Dunster House and Quincy House show their lunchtime spirit.
Sophomore outside hitter Kathryn McKinley, shown here in earlier action, attacked Brown’s weak block, posting 15 kills to lead Harvard to a 3-0 sweep. McKinley also registered a team-high 21 digs.
Junior Mimi Hanley recorded 11 kills and eight blocks, leading the charge in the fourth game of the Crimson’s victory over Columbia.