Martin C. Ye
It all came down to freshman Hannah Morrill’s matchup with the Big Green’s Georgiana Smyser to determine the winner of the matchup and also potentially clinch a share of the Ivy League title. Morrill won the first set before Smyser challenged the rookie and took the second one, 6-3. Morrill was up early in the third set but ultimately dropped the matchup, 6-3.
A red robot emerges from the darkness to entertain the crowd in Lowell Lecture Hall during The Harvard Undergraduate Drummers' spring show, THUD Robots.
Rachel Wagley '11 looks at a fellow performer during The Harvard Undergraduate Drummers' spring show, THUD Robots.
Admitted students of Harvard's class of 2015 and current Harvard students stand in an overcrowded shuttle, a common problem during Visitas.
An admitted student of Harvard's class of 2015 asks her student host a question during Visitas, Harvard College's preview weekend for admitted students.
Shown here in previous play, sophomore Joshua Tchan won both his matches at the No. 6 singles spot this weekend and went 1-1 at No. 2 doubles with teammate Jonathan Pearlman. The pair’s 8-5 victory helped the No. 65 Crimson defeat Yale Friday, but the two lost yesterday against Brown, 8-4.
Admitted students of Harvard’s Class of 2015 and current Harvard students stand in an overcrowded shuttle, a common problem during Visitas, the visiting program for prospective students.
An admitted student of Harvard’s Class of 2015 asks her undergraduate host a question during Visitas, Harvard College’s preview weekend for admitted students.
Senior captain Aba Omodele-Lucien focuses on serving in his 6-3, 6-2 loss to Andy Gauthier of Cornell.
Sophomore Joshua Tchan had a rocky weekend of tennis, as the Crimson faced league foes Cornell Friday and Columbia Saturday. Tchan fell in the deciding three-set match against the Big Red in Harvard’s first Ivy matchup of the year. He then paired up with junior Jonathan Pearlman for a No. 2 doubles win—clinching the doubles point—but lost again at No. 6 singles the next day.
This year, thousands of students will open their letters to find that they are neither accepted nor rejected — they are waitlisted.
The Harvard Admissions Office mails out decision letters to Class of 2015 applicants. A record-low 6.2% of applicants received acceptances this year.