Senior Class Marshal Matthew DaSilva '12 participates in an impromptu dance-off during the 2012 Senior Class Talent Show in Sanders Theatre Wednesday evening.
Following her performance on the rope-tension snare drum, Alison Rittershaus '12 acknowledges the audience at Harvard's Got Talent.
Jamie Danner '12 performs "Black is the Color of My True Love's Hair" at the Senior Class Talent Show in Sanders Theatre.
Olivia Pei '12 (pictured) and Max Meyer '12 present "NOW That's What I Call Harvard, Volume 2012" at the 2012 Senior Class Talent Show.
Max Meyer '12 (pictured) and Olivia Pei '12 present "NOW That's What I Call Harvard, Volume 2012" at the 2012 Senior Class Talent Show.
Currier House Representative and talent show co-host Kellee Kim '12 joins Max Meyer '12 following his performance of "NOW That's What I Call Harvard, Volume 2012" as the audience wishes Meyer a happy 22nd birthday.
Class Marshal Matthew DaSilva '12 enjoys a performance from the senior members of the Expressions Dance Company. DaSilva co-hosted the 2012 Senior Class Talent Show with House Representatives Cristina Alcorta and Kellee Kim.
Cabot House Representative and talent show co-host Cristina Alcorta '12 performs with other senior members of the Expressions Dance Company at Harvard's Got Talent on Wednesday evening.
Singer and songwriter Dan Masterson '12 gives the final performance at Harvard's Got Talent, the 2012 Senior Class Talent Show presented by the Senior Class Committee.
Junior setter Rob Lothman, shown above in earlier action, paced the Harvard men’s volleyball team with 48 assists in Saturday’s 3-1 win over Sacred Heart. Lothman added a kill and five assists in the victory.
Shown here in earlier action, sophomore Bonnie Hu shot a 78 on Thursday to help the Harvard women's golf team top Nova Southeastern, 311-322.
With Old Quincy going under renovations under the College’s House Renewal Program, students participating in the housing lottery will have the additional option of choosing to live in three apartment buildings in the square.
Jeremy Lin ‘10, shown here during a game against Cornell his senior year, has experienced a meteoric rise to fame and international recognition since his series of high scoring games while playing for the New York Knicks.
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