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Home runs from seniors Tom Stack-Babich, above, and Matt Rogers kept the Crimson offense rolling. But sloppy play would doom Harvard to a tough 12-11 loss in its home opener yesterday. The team committed three errors in the field as well as a couple of ma
Co-captain Bailey Vertovez showed her versatility this weekend, collecting two of Harvard’s four hits in the squad’s first Ivy League contest of the season. The senior proceeded to pitch four innings in the nightcap.
Having spent most of her career as a utility player, co-captain Bailey Vertovez will likely add depth to the pitching staff this season.
Junior Jessica Pledger, who is also a Crimson photographer, gave Harvard a 3-2 walk-off victory yesterday, singling in the bottom of the seventh inning to drive home sophomore Emily Henderson.
Three prisoners who were wrongfully convicted speak at an event organized by the Harvard College Human Rights Advocates.
Art historian Sabeena Gadihoke lectures on the life and work of pioneering Indian woman photojournalist Homai Vyarawalla in the Sackler Museum Lecture Hall yesterday.
Armando Valladares, a representative for the International Council of the Human Rights Foundation, speaks to students during an event at the Institute of Politics yesterday
Molly R. Siegel ’10 powering up Heartbreak Hill, 21 miles into the marathon.
As the sun came out, keeping hydrated over the 26.2 miles became increasingly important--both official volunteers and locals cheered and gave water to the runners.
Encouragement from friends, family, and even strangers was particularly important along difficult sections such as Heartbreak Hill and the later miles.
Yuting P. Chiang ’10 grabbing breakfast with other Harvard College Marathon Challenge runners bright and early at 7 a.m. in Lowell Dining Hall. Most of the runners were nervously excited, trying to fill their stomachs with carbohydrates before the long da
“FIVE MORE MILES!” Many college students took advantage of Patriots’ Day to line the course and cheer the runners on. Runners would write their names on their shirts or bodies so strangers could encourage them along all the 26.2 miles.
Anne R. Levenson ’09, a member of the Harvard College Marathon Challenge, runs in 2008 Boston Marathon yesterday to raise money for charity.