Massachusetts Governor Deval L. Patrick '78 speaks at Elizabeth Warren's rally celebrating her election as the next U.S. Senator from Massachusetts.
Massachusetts Senator John F. Kerry speaks at a rally celebrating the election of his new fellow senator from Massachusetts, Democrat Elizabeth Warren.
Senator-elect Elizabeth Warren thanks her staff and supporters for their work during the campaign, which was marked by grassroots mobilization.
Sophomore forward Hiroki Kobayashi, shown above in earlier action, has been a main contributor to the Crimson offense all year. But in the final home game of their careers, seniors Brian Rogers and co-captain Richard Smith took charge, each netting goals for Harvard.
United States Senator John Kerry congratulates supporters of Elizabeth Warren at her election night party after networks projected her victory over incumbent Senator Scott Brown.
Senator-elect Elizabeth Warren and her husband Bruce Mann, who is a professor at Harvard Law School, share a moment onstage after Warren's victory speech Tuesday night.
Adams House holds its traditional Drag Night, featuring vibrant costumes and performances by The Nostalgics and Adams House Affiliates.
As part of the House Renewal project, a furniture exhibition was held in the Student Organization Center at Hilles to allow students to weigh in on new furniture options.
The shelves of CVS were emptied of water and non-perishables Sunday night as students and area residents prepared for the arrival of Hurricane Sandy, which led to the cancellation of Monday classes.
Harvard Kennedy School Professors R. Nicholas Burns (left) and Graham Allison discuss the Cuban Missile Crisis on its 50th Anniversary during the Forum "Lessons from the Cuban Missile Crisis, Then and Now" October 19.
Spectators from around the globe revel and soak in the sun along the banks of the Charles River for the 2012 Head of the Charles Regatta, which is the world’s largest two-day rowing competition.
2012 Harvard Men’s Soccer Team Produced Sexually Explicit ‘Scouting Report’ on Female Recruits
Dining Workers' Contract Settlement Appears Within Reach
Sipping Mint Tea, Patrons Bid Goodbye to Café Algiers After 45 Years
‘Hopeful Signs of Progress’ in HUDS Negotiations
Around 1,000 People March in Support of HUDS Workers