Students from Beijing University mingled with Harvard students and faculty during their 10-day visit to Harvard, which featured events focusing on social entrepreneurship and education
The Crimson is looking to snap a five-game losing streak as it takes on Boston College at home on Tuesday night. If Harvard hopes to score on the stingy Eagles defense, it will need to strong performances from its offensive standouts, including senior forward Zack Wolfenzon.
7-Election 2012, a mobile polling truck operated by 7-Eleven convenience stores, offered free coffee and photographs to passersby near Boylston Gate on Sunday, September 30.
Robert A. HIll, Professor Emeritus of History at the University of California, Los Angeles, discusses race, ethnicity, and African identity at the graduate student-organized conference "Reconsidering Caribbean Diaspora." FridaSeptember 28
Students and Harvard community members enjoy pizza and drinks at Reverend Jonathan L. Walton’s inaugural Sparks House tailgate.
Members of the Undergraduate Council posed for photographs in support of Harvard's LGBTQ Office and National Coming Out Day at their second General Meeting Sunday, Sept. 30.
Senior forward Zack Wolfenzon, shown above in earlier action, was the lone member of the Harvard men’s soccer team to find the back of the net in the Crimson’s weekend losses to California Poly and UC Santa Barbara. Harvard fell to Cal Poly on Friday, 2-1, and to UCSB on Sunday, 1-0.
From left, Dana Polan, Lisa Abend, and Russell Morash, present stories and research about Julia Child's years on national television at "Siting Julia," a Centenary Celebration of the late chef and television star.
From left, Lisa Abend, Russell Morash, and Dana Polan present stories and research about Julia Child's years on national television at "Siting Julia," a Centenary Celebration of the late chef and television star.
Professor Daniel P. Schrag, Director of Harvard University's Center for the Environment, opens the second annual Harvard Thinks Green by presenting his views on Harvard's role in environmental education.
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