The Harvard men's and women's cross country teams could not keep up with Ancient Eight foes Princeton and Yale this past weekend, coming in third at the H-Y-P meet.
Junior co-captain Siyani Chambers and company will have a busy schedule ahead of them as the team attempts to repeat its Ivy Championship
Junior attacker Michael Klain (left) nearly set up the Crimson's first goal of the season against Georgetown on Friday, but the Hoyas prevailed, 2-0.
Christine Clark '14 is one of a slew of Crimson basketball players who inked deals abroad. Clark joined the Lavezzini Parma squad in Italy, while men's basketball players Kyle Casey '14 and Brandyn Curry '14 signed deals with Slovenian and Dutch teams, respectively.
Sophomore Mary Parker, who was third on the women’s ice hockey team in goals, celebrates after a score on Northeasterm during the opening round of the Beanpot. The Crimson finished third in the tournament.
After losing coach Katey Stone and three players to the Olympics, the Crimson did not miss a beat under interim coach Maura Crowell. The team won 23 games and made the ECAC semifinals in 2014.
Zach Hodges spearheaded the Crimson defensive effort in its 2013 campaign with 6.5 sacks over the season.
Senior Cam Brate was one of four Crimson football players to sign with NFL teams this past weekend.
Dan Abbasi, HBS ‘98, listens as an alum asks a questions following the screening of Showtime’s new series “Years of Living Dangerously” on April 21.
A Boston Police Department officer comforts a shocked onlooker of the bombings in Copley Square.
A Massachusetts State Police officer blocks a road in downtown Boston Monday afternoon following the two explosions.
An onlooker applauds as police units withdraw from the scene of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s capture in Watertown friday evening. Neighborhood residents lined Mt. Auburn St. to recognize emergency officials as they left the scene.
College students and area residents flood the Boston Common on Friday evening following the capture of suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.