Natalie M Frieder
Co-captain Taylor Docter, shown above in earlier action, led the Harvard women's volleyball team with 31 kills over the weekend at the Hokie Invitational. But it was not enough to keep the Crimson from suffering a trio of losses in two days.
Occupy Harvard protests outside of Mass Hall, where students in 2001 launched a Living Wage campaign.
President Drew Gilpin Faust moderates a conversation about the creation of Nixon in China, an opera created by three Harvard alumni, John Adams '69, AM'72, Alice Goodman '80, and Peter Sellars '80.
Harvard's Volleyball team gets excited about their comeback.
Freshman, Kristen Casey, spikes the ball as Harvard takes the lead.
Junior, Taylor Docter (8), spikes the ball above the net against Brown.
The crowd cheers as the Harvard women’s volleyball team’s co-captains, Sandra Lynne Fryhofer and Christine Wu, were honored on Senior Night. Despite falling to Ivy League champ Yale the night before, the Crimson came out strong to end the season with a 3-1 win over Brown.
The New York Times' History of Israel recounts the creation, conflict, and culture of the State of Israel, the Jewish homeland.
Jeffrey C. Stewart discusses the student revolutions of 1968 as it pertains to African American Studies in American schools.
The Harvard Undergraduate Drummers, Harvard’s only percussion ensemble, uses bins to create music in the Science Center Plaza yesterday as part of the “Chairs Revue.”