Junior co-captain Anne Carroll Ingersoll, shown here in earlier action, helped Harvard women’s volleyball push Princeton to the wire before the Crimson fell in five sets. Ingersoll had 16 kills in the contest.
Sophomore outside hitter Taylor Docter came up huge in the Crimson’s pair of comeback wins this weekend, leading the team in kills against both Columbia and Cornell. Docter’s .441 hitting percentage against the Lions propelled Harvard to perhaps its biggest victory of the year.
Baroness Catherine Ashton spoke about foreign affairs and the European Union yesterday at the Sackler Museum. Her speech, "The European Union Facing Global Challenges," was the 19th annual Paul-Henri Spaak lecture presented by the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs. Baroness Ashton serves as High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy of the European Union.