James R. Sares ’12 (right) and other demonstrators protested the reinstatement of ROTC at Harvard in March 2011 because, despite the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," the military does not allow trans-identified or intersex individuals to serve.
Navy Secretary Ray E. Mabus (seated, left) and Harvard University President Drew G. Faust (seated, right) signed an agreement in March 2011 to re-establish Naval ROTC at Harvard after nearly 40 years of absence due to Harvard's non-discrimination policy.
Chris Lewis, the Crimson's first commitment from the Class of 2016, has made the decision to play for Harvard coach Tommy Amaker's squad.
Senior Sarah Edney opened the scoring for the Crimson on Wednesday night against New Hampshire in a 4-1 victory. The goal was her third of the year.
Sophomore Corbin Miller hit four three-pointers at Boston College on Wednesday, but it was not enough to down the Eagles.
Sophomore guard Corbin Miller, shown in previous action, went four-for-nine from beyond the arc to lead Harvard with 16 points. The Crimson defeated Dartmouth, 57-46.
Sophomore reserve guard Corbin Miller led the Crimson with eight points on 3-of-7 shooting while the starters were 1-of-32 from the field.
Senior Noel Painter, pictured above in previous action, scored her second goal of the season against Vermont, as the 4-0 Crimson are off to their best start since 2005.
After qualifying to the ICSA College Sailing National Championships last year, the sailing team had a disappointing finish. This year's squad will look to improve upon last year with a berth to the Atlantic Coast Championship
Co-captain Christine Clark was the Crimson's leading scorer this past season. The senior looks to take her talents overseas and play professionally in Europe.
Josephine Pucci is one of three current Crimson players skating for Team USA in Sochi.
Brandyn Curry in action against FAU the last time the two teams met in 2011.
David H. Petraeus speaks before a packed audience at the Institute of Politics in April 2009. Petraeus will return to Harvard as a non-resident senior fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, according to an HKS spokesperson.