Cynthia S. Tseng
Senior forward Melanie Baskind leads Harvard with five goals and 16 points this season. Tomorrow, Baskind and the Crimson travel to Ithaca, N.Y. to face Cornell, a team it has not lost to since 2000.
Junior Melanie Baskind scored two goals to help the Harvard women’s soccer team defeat Fairfield, 3-1, in its final game of the season. Coming out of halftime tied 1-1, the Crimson put the game away with an offensive surge led by Baskind and a defensive shutdown from sophomore goalkeeper AJ Millet. With the win, Harvard finishes its season with a 9-7-1 record.
Senior goalkeeper Lauren Mann started all 17 games this year, making 69 saves and recording three shutouts as Harvard went 9-7-1.
A body was found at Peabody Terrrace this past weekend. Residents of Mather Tower facing Flagg St. face the housing complex's parking lot which were police cars and fire trucks Friday evening. Peabody Terrace is bounded by Flagg St., Banks St., Memorial Drive and Akron St.
The MBTA has reported a 30% decrease in crime on the T. Two people hurry to catch their respective trains on the State stop on the Blue line.
A Boston resident braves the snow yesterday as she walks along Columbus Avenue.
Two girls and a dog frolic in the waves of Newport Beach as the winter sun sets on yet another 60 degree day in California.
Children examine models of teeth and skulls at the Harvard Museum of Natural History after listening to archaeologist Tanya Smith's talk on how studying teeth can lead to insights in human development.
The Harlem Gospel Choir makes "Joyful Noise" to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at Sanders Theatre Sunday night.
Over 200 members of the Boston Chinese Catholic Community and the St. James congregation in Boston's Chinatown march around the block to protest crimes committed by China's Communist government on Sunday, October 25th.
After marching in the streets of Chinatown, protesters enter St. James the Greater to pray.