A shocked onlooker of the bombings in Copley Square on Monday April 15 is comforted by an officer of the Boston Police Department that afternoon.
College students and area residents floods the Boston Common on Friday evening following the capture of suspect Dzhokar Tsarnaev.
Elizabeth Warren greets supporters at the Warren-Brown debate on September 20. She became the first female U.S. Senator elected from MA on November 6.
A knee injury that sidelined him in the fourth quarter could not keep Penn quarterback Billy Ragone from smiling after his team topped the Crimson.
Though the Harvard women’s soccer team failed to capture another Ivy title this season, it beat archrival Yale, 1-0, in overtime at home.
Students clamor for hip-hop artist Tyga at this year’s Yardfest, held in Tercentenary Theatre on April 13. Tyga’s performance also drew protests from students who viewed his lyrics as misogynistic.
At the Ivy League Indoor Heptagonal Championships, Harvard track and field finished third. Sophomore Jarvis Harris placed third in the 60-meter hurdles.
Senior forward Alex Fallstrom scored the game-winning goal with 18 seconds left in overtime to upset Quinnipiac, 2-1, at Bright Hockey Center. The victory marked the first time Harvard defeated a No. 1 team since 2004.
In the game that decided the Ancient Eight championship, Chapple was sacked six times, the most allowed by the Harvard offensive line all season. Harvard lost to Princeton and Penn and couldn’t repeat its championship bid but ended its season with a win in The Game for the sixth consecutive year.
Tanner Anderson pitched three complete games in 2013. The sophomore also posted 17 RBIs as an everyday second baseman.
The Ravens’ fourth-round selection of the senior fullback/tight end hybrid was the highest of a Crimson athlete since Isaiah Kacyvenski ’00.
In April’s dual meet against Yale, sophomore Ann Giebelhaus was part of a Crimson sweep of the first three positions in the high jump. Giebelhaus’ leap over the 1.60-meter beam earned her second place. Classmate Mary Hirst took first place with her leap over the 1.65-meter pole.