Freshman Lauren Urke catapulted herself into the women’s soccer spotlight last weekend with a standout performance against UConn, scoring once and registering the assist on Harvard’s only other goal.
Women’s soccer took down two Northeast rivals to stay perfect on its home field(s) this weekend.
With refreshments provided by the Queens Head Pub, the Phillips Brooks House Association hosts its 8th Annual Silent Auction to raise funds for summer service programs yesterday evening.
Presencia Latina, Harvard’s ninth annual Latin cultural show, featured dance, song, music, visual art, and poetry performances. The youth performance, pictured above, is a reflection of the Latin style.
Along with hundreds of other residents of the greater Boston area, this girl gets pummeled by a friend during the annual International Pillow Fight Day in Cambridge Commons.
John Eliot’s Mamusse Wunneetupanatamwe Up-Biblum God, a Wampanoag translation of the Bible, is held in Houghton Library.
On Friday the Harvard Men's Basketball team defeated Ivy League Rival Penn 79-64 at Lavietes Pavilion. 15, Sophomore guard Christian Webster scored 14 points.
Protesters in the square enthusiastically, yet solemnly stand up for the rights of the citizens of Libya.
Clashes between the military-backed government and dissidents in Libya have caused a multitude of civil rights complaints all around the world.
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