Robert J. Tamai
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.
Sarah Hankins, a non-residential tutor for Mather House, shows Ahmed Belal '12 how to match beats on the turn tables during DJ lessons yesterday.
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.
Bruce Alberts, Editor-in-Chief of Science Magazine, spoke yesterday about Harvard's leading role in redefining science education as part of the Dudley Herschbach Lecture series.
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.)
Senior Vice President of External Affairs at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Harold Holzer, spoke yesterday about "The Iconography of Freedom Reconsidered" during the era of Abraham Lincoln. Holzer's lecture was the last of a three part series sponsored by the W.E.B. DuBois Institute for African and African-American Research.