Co-captain Erik Kuld hopes to extend his career in Europe next year.
Co-captain Erik Kuld, shown here in earlier action, capped his Harvard volleyball career with 45 kills in two contests, but the weekend ended in disappointment for the Crimson as the squad dropped both of its matches.
Harvard Law School Professor Jeannie Suk discusses abortion in "The Trajectory of Trauma: Bodies and Minds in the Abortion Discourse" in the Barker Center on Wednesday night.
Members of Harvard's Korean Association perform traditional Korean fan dancing at their annual culture show on Saturday night in the Leverett dining hall.
Helen Molesworth gives a lecture about Rachel Harrison's sculpture "I'm with Stupid" on Wednesday night at Harvard's Sackler Museum.
Cynthia Young, a Warren Fellow at Boston College, speaks about "Black Ops and Sleeper Cells: Race, the War on Terror and Popular Culture from Above and Below" in the History Library at Robinson Hall yesterday.
Stephanie A. Paulsell, Houghton Professor of the Practice of Ministry Studies at the Harvard Divinity School, speaks on “Friendship and Intimacy” at Memorial Church.