Just as practice was about to begin, jovial Peter bounded toward us, literally leaping off his bike, leaving a fellow schoolmate to deal with the trepid combination of mallets and a tipping motorcycle. “How did you sleep? Did you get to the field all right? This is my friend! Have you sorted out horses? You excited? Oh this is so great!”
As I strolled in the direction of the ski jump, I was greeted by the first of many pleasant surprises. Cowbells in their original form: literally hung around the necks of a family of adorable, light brown, Tyrolean cows.
"Nothing like being back on snow."—Danielle L. Lussi '14, Crimson Photographer
Each of the three Radcliffe boats, shown here in earlier action, fell short of the NCAA Grand Finals on Sunday.
The Black and White will kick off the spring season this weekend against Boston foes at the 6th Annual Beanpot.
Members of the varsity Harvard Polo team spend spring break in Palm Beach in order to train for pre-regional tournaments and watch some high goal polo.
The John Hancock Tower reflects against a radiant blue sky. Upon its completion in 1976, the structure designed by Henry Cobb remains the tallest building in Boston and all of New England.
The Old South Church has been a landmark of Back Bay Boston for almost 150 years. Located near the modern structure of the John Hancock Tower, the gothic revival style of this church brings diversity to Boston's architecture.
Towers made up of mainly glass, steel and concrete are representative of the modernist style of architecture found throughout the financial district of Boston.
A view of the Boston skyline as seen from the banks of the Charles in Cambridge.
View of City Hall from Union St. The glass towers which make up the New England Holocaust Memorial are visible on the left.
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