Women's lacrosse fell 11-9 against No. 7 Dartmouth Wednesday afternoon at Harvard Stadium.
Freshman Jennifer VanderMeulen and the women's lacrosse team came up just short of a tournament bid.
Sophomore Melanie Baskind, pictured here in earlier action, scored a career-high five goals—including two in big six-goal run late in the game—in the women’s lacrosse team’s 18-10 win at Columbia. Though Harvard did its part by winning, it did not make the four-team Ivy Tournament.
Junior co-captain Thea Lee, pictured here in earlier action, was part of the women’s distance medley relay that set a school record and won the collegiate title at the prestigious Penn Relays. The squad finished in 11:21.31.
At a Teach For America reception at the Graduate School of Education on Wednesday, Bill Gates made a surprise appearance, speaking with future participants and alumni of the program.
In Boylston Hall, students listen to a local dairy-farmer discuss the process of making cheese from raw milk. At the Food Literacy Project Event, students tasted a variety of cheeses from New England creameries.
Desperately needing a win to keep alive a legitimate shot at making the Ivy League tournament, freshman Micaela Cyr and the Harvard women’s lacrosse team fell to seventh-ranked Dartmouth 11-9 yesterday.
Junior Claire Richardson, shown here in earlier action, won the 3,000-meter run at Saturday’s Harvard-Yale dual meet, helping pace the Crimson women to a 93-69 victory over the Bulldogs in New Haven.
John Sirratt and Nels Cline, the bassist and the lead guitarist of acclaimed band Wilco, talked with students yesterday at the Harvard Advocate at 21 South Street. Cline, offering advice to students interested in pursuing careers in music, said, "Experience the world and have a life. Don't just play all the time."
A Depository staff member works on sorting books to be sent out to Harvard's various libraries.
The Depository is currently working with JSTOR, an organization that digitally archives scholarly articles, to create hard copy versions of their electronic holdings.
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