Freshman Kyle Rehkemper had 10 kills and assisted on three blocks against NYU Friday night, but the middle blocker’s efforts were not enough to prevent the Crimson from falling to the Violets, 3-1, for Harvard’s fifth straight loss.
Vendors set up booths along the boardwalk to sell souvenirs. Oftentimes they’ll bring furry friends to keep guard over their stations while they’re out running errands.
The stores that line the Venice Beach Boardwalk are known for their cluttered exterior appearance and are often decorated with brightly colored signs that advertise the goods they sell. Their exterior blends in with the colorful street art that can be spotted around the boardwalk.
The graffiti wall on the sand is a particularly vibrant attraction of Venice Beach. However, these walls aren't open to anybody; one must obtain a permit to spray paint these walls.
This man and his "Reggae for Kids" CD are fixtures at the Venice Boardwalk. On any given day, he can be seen wheeling around a boom box in a wagon, playing a funky reggae version of "The Itsy Bitsy Spider".
The grassy space between the Boardwalk and the sand is a popular place for people to sit and enjoy the California sunshine. People can often be seen sketching and playing music with their friends.
These men, who sell stickers for people to decorate their skateboards with, relax in a mid-afternoon lull to engage in a game of chess.
Wall art is a staple at the Venice Boardwalk. This rendition of van Gogh's "Starry Night" can be seen down one of the alleys that branches off of the Boardwalk.
Even the trees, which stand just a few paces away from the graffiti wall, are spray painted by graffiti artists. The graffiti artists in Venice Beach use virtually any medium available to them.
Senior tri-captain Kate Buesser scored three goals last weekend, as Harvard defeated St. Lawrence in two games to win its first postseason matchup. The Crimson will take on Dartmouth tonight in the ECAC Semifinals.
The Harvard women’s hockey team’s offense went on a scoring barrage against the Colgate Raiders on Friday night, lighting up the scoreboard for seven goals. Tri-captain Leanna Coskren was the leading scorer of the game with two goals, and five other Crimson players also found the back of the net. The victory assured Harvard of home games in most of the playoffs.
The Harvard women's hockey team dominates over Colgate on Friday, making seven goals while leaving Colgate scoreless.
The Harvard women's hockey team dominates over Colgate on Friday and leaves Colgate scoreless.