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Magdalena Kala

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2012 Election

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Romney supporters anxiously wait for incoming presidential election results at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. Romney conceded the election on November 7.

On Campus

Year in Photos - Breaking News

Carpenter Center 4
Retrospection

Carpenter Center 4

Carpenter Center

Carpenter Center
Retrospection

Carpenter Center

Carpenter Center

Carpenter Center 2
Retrospection

Carpenter Center 2

Carpenter Center

Carpenter Center 1
Retrospection

Carpenter Center 1

Carpenter Center

Killer Instinct
Men's Ice Hockey

Killer Instinct

Alex Killorn ’12 had a standout career for the Harvard, and has continued to have success at the professional level for the NHL’s Tampa Bay Lightning. Killorn recorded 7 goals and 12 assists in his rookie campaign.

Boston Common Vigil
Boston Marathon

Boston Common Vigil

Hundreds of people gathered in the Boston Common for a vigil honoring the victims of the Boston Marathon explosions. Many signed banners with personal messages, lit candles, and joined in with the performing choir.

FBI Special Agent-in Charge
Psychology

Today in Photos (04/17/2013)

Beasts of the East
Men's Crew

Beasts of the East

Both the heavyweight and lightweight first varsity crews emerged victorious at EARC Eastern Sprints and are considered favorites for IRA Nationals later this month.

Junot Diaz at Nieman Foundation
Nieman Foundation

Junot Diaz at Nieman Foundation

Acclaimed author Junot Diaz addresses the audience at the Nieman Foundation for Journalism. The room reached capacity a few minutes before the event began and many students were turned away.

Junot Diaz at Nieman Foundation
College

Today in Photos (04/09/2013)

Off Campus

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HUDS Adventure
On Campus

HUDS Adventure

HUDS

HUDS
On Campus

HUDS

HUDS

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads