Senior forward Chloe Keating ended her Crimson field hockey career on a high note, netting Harvard’s only goal of the day against Columbia. The fourth-year player buried a shot off of an assist from junior co-captain Carly Dixon, sparking a solid second-half effort from the Crimson on Senior Day. Unfortunately for Keating’s squad, the Lions held on for the 3-1 victory.
Senior Mikaelle Comrie, shown here in earlier action, racked up double-digit kills in both games this weekend, notching 10 against Cornell and 14 against Columbia. The women’s volleyball split its matches, winning in five sets at Cornell before dropping a five-set heartbreaker at Columbia.
Sophomore setter Beth Kinsella, shown here in earlier action, propelled the women’s volleyball team to its third Ivy League win in a four-set victory over Brown on Saturday. Kinsella showed her offensive and defensive prowess by notching a double-double in the contest with 43 assists and 11 digs.
Managing Director of VII photo agency Stephen Mayes moderated a discussion yesterday on the role of photojournalism in depicting conflict yesterday. (CORRECTION: An earlier version of this caption incorrectly identified Stephen Mayes as Thorne Anderson. The caption has been changed to reflect the error.)