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Senior Aisha Price started in 14 women’s soccer games, tallying seven points, last fall before co-captaining the women’s water polo team in the winter and spring. She credits her coaches and Harvard’s Ivy League affiliation for allowing her to compete in two sports.
Freshman attacker Charlotte Hendrix, shown here in previous action, scored six goals at the CWPA Eastern Championships in Ann Arbor, Mich., over the weekend. The rookie finishes the season third on the team with 65 goals, behind sisters captain Aisha and junior Shayna Price.
Broadcast journalist John Merrow speaks alongside children's rights ativist Marian Wright Edelman (left), Executive Director of the Connecticut Commission on Children Elaine Zimmerman (second from right), and HGSE Dean Kathleen McCartney at the AskWith Forum in Longfellow Hall on Wednesday. The panel discussed school violence prevention strategies in the wake of the December shooting at a Newtown, CT elementary school.
On Wednesday, Richard Blanco, the inauguaral poet for President Barack Obama’s second term, spoke to an audience at the Winthrop House Junior Common Room about his writing and his evolving cultural identity as a member of the Cuban-American community.
In losses to top-ten powers California and Princeton, sophomore goalie Ariel Dukes only tallied five and seven saves, respectively. A day later, Dukes was sharper, making eight stops as her women’s water polo team topped the New York Athletic Club, and then accruing 10 saves in a victory over Villanova.
In the Harvard women's water polo team's matchup against the New York Athletic Club, freshman Yoshi Andersen tallied three goals in a 20-9 win. On the weekend, the team went 2-2, with its two losses coming to top-ten teams.
Sophomore goalkeeper Ariel Dukes rises up for one of her nine saves against Villanova in this weekend’s Harvard Home Kickoff. Dukes recorded 26 saves over the weekend in three Harvard victories. The Crimson takes to the road for the remainder of the season before Senior Day on April 3.
Theresa Ellis, Gleitsman Visiting Practitioner at Harvard Kennedy School and founder of Common Impact, speaks of the key flaws in public service projects at the "Alumni Think Big" event. The talk, part of the "Public Interested?" conference, took place Saturday evening in the Science Center.
Senior running back Treavor Scales, shown in previous action, had a breakout senior campaign. But did he do enough to earn his football team an A?
Will the world end on December 21st? "No, the Mayan calendar is simply starting over, just like ours does every January 1st," says Fred Surowiec. Fred explains the intricacies of the Aztec calendar to parents and children at the "Mesoamerican Calendars and 2012 Discovery Room" event at the Peabody Museum this past Saturday.
In their final season together, the seniors on the Radcliffe lightweight crew are seeking the first-ever varsity eight victory at the Head of the Charles.