The Harvard women’s volleyball team (10-16, 7-7 Ivy) dropped its match to Yale (18-5, 14-0) on Friday night but rebounded with a win against Brown (7-17, 3-11) on Saturday to finish the year .500 in conference play.
With a one set lead and two match points, it seemed as if the Harvard women’s volleyball team (2-9, 0-1 Ivy) was poised to turn things around and get a big win in its first Ivy League game of the season. But two kills by Dartmouth (2-8, 1-0 Ivy) forced a fifth set and eventually led to a Big Green victory, 25-22, 20-25, 22-25, 28-26, 15-10, in Hanover on Friday night.
Harvard School of Public Health Professor David Hemenway ’66 was honored with the Striving for Justice Award by Community Works—a portfolio consisting of 34 social justice organizations—for his extensive work on implementing violence prevention programs.
With the Harvard-Yale game just around the corner, many students and alumni have been planning their weekends for weeks. If you ask these people what it would take for them to miss the game, many of them may jokingly say they wouldn't miss it for the world. For the Bulldogs' senior quarterback Patrick Witt, though, this has just become a very real question.