Senior attacker Monica Zdrojewski tallied a goal and an assist in the Harvard women’s water polo team’s 9-8 loss to No. 18 Princeton. With the defeat, the Crimson fell to 0-2 on the season versus the Tigers.
HANA MONTANA Senior midfielder Hana Taiji tallied the winning goal—her first of the season—in the 49th minute of last night’s non-conference tilt to help Harvard defeat Siena, 2-0. The Crimson, which outshot the Saints, 18-4, on the night, looks to build on this momentum as it resumes league play on Saturday.
Harvard and New Hampshire traded games last night, but the Crimson was able to edge out the Wildcats, 15-12, in the deciding game. Harvard returns to action this Friday to face Holy Cross.
Shown here in an earlier race, the Harvard heavyweights swept rival Brown in five events on the Charles this weekend, taking back the Stein Cup and avenging its only varsity dual loss of last season. The lightweight crews found similar success against Georgetown and Penn, dropping only two races.
The Harvard men’s heavyweight crew team, shown above in earlier action, once again proved its No. 3 ranking on Saturday by sweeping all the races against No. 6 Cornell. The inclement weather forced many teams to change the location of their races, but both the Crimson and the Big Red decided to stay on the Charles to race. Despite rowing at lower stroke ratings, Harvard was dominant in each level of racing, demonstrating good depth.
Gavin Creel discusses his Tony-nominated performance as Claude in the 2009 Broadway revival of “HAIR” with other members of the show’s cast and creative team in a panel yesterday at the New College Theater.
Forget about Sandel’s lectures —come to Harvard for the cash.
A group of students listen to Lee Ann Michelson, of the OCS pre-medical advising staff, as she gives helpful tips about the personal statement and other various parts of the Medical School application.
Lee Ann Michelson '77 hosts a workshop at the Office of Career Services for pre-medical juniors and seniors who are planning on applying to medical schools this summer.