A nurse presents the Moor Aaron, played by Spencer J. Horne '14, with his bastard child, as Demetrius, played by Jesse T. Nee-Vogelman '13, watches on.
After years of filing uncataloged items in cabinets, the Harvard Art Museums Archives has upgraded to a digitally accessible and more organized system.
After earning a national ranking as high as No. 4, junior co-captain Walter Peppelman finished eigth at the NCAA tournament in March. Peppelman finished the season with a 29-7 record in the 157-pound weight class, bringing his career win total to 92. Peppelman also recorded 11 falls, a team high.
Sophomore Chelsey Newman tallied two goals and one assist—tying career highs in both statistical categories—to help the Harvard women’s lacrosse team take home its second straight win Wednesday night.
Assistant University Organist and Choirmaster and musician Christian M. Lane performs on the new pipe organ at Memorial Church, which was debuted to the public on Sunday, April 8.
Co-captain pitcher Rachel Brown, shown here in earlier action, fanned 14 batters on the way to a 6-2 win in the first of two games at URI.
Co-captain Brogan Berry will look to lead her team to wins over Brown and Yale, as Harvard hits the road following its poor performance in a crushing loss at home against Princeton last Saturday.
Rupert Cadell, played by Jacob Brandt '14, discovers the dangerous truth about his two hosts after finding an incriminating piece of evidence.
The Silk Road Ensemble plays works-in-progress from four international composers.
Two key takedowns helped lift Crimson sophomore Cameron Croy to an 8-2 victory over Army grappler Michael Gorman Saturday afternoon at the Malkin Athletic Center. But Harvard wins in five of the eight contested matchups weren’t enough. The Black Knights won, 24-17.
Junior assistant captain and goaltender Laura Bellamy stopped 12 of the 14 shots she faced against Cornell on Friday night. But those two goals proved to be enough for the visiting Big Red, which defeated the Crimson, 2-0.
Professor Robin Bernstein examines the merits of the early 20th-century Clark Doll Test in a talk held yesterday in the Barker Center.
Their fourth album, “Hello Sadness,” manages to capitalize on the high promise of its predecessors’ buoyant footsteps.