Rang, or colored powder, fills the air on Saturday, March 24th at the MAC quad as students participate in Holi, the Hindu celebration of spring.
Jesse G. Sanchez ‘13 celebrates Holi, a Hindu celebration of spring, by throwing colored powders at fellow Harvard students on Saturday afternoon.
Junior co-captain Hideko Tachibana, pictured above in a previous contest, was the only Crimson player to win all of her singles matches.
Senior attacker Monica Zdrojewski, shown here in previous action, scored three goals and dished out two assists in the Harvard women’s water polo team’s 15-4 victory over Whittier on March 12. The contest proved to be the Crimson’s lone victory in its California spring break road trip.
Sophomore forward Lyndsey Fry scored three of the Harvard women’s hockey team’s four goals on Friday night, lifting the Crimson to a 4-3 victory over the Tigers to take a 1-0 lead in the best-of-three series.
Junior Camille Jania, shown here in previous action, won all four of her contests over the weekend, helping the Harvard women’s tennis team earn a pair of 5-2 victories. Playing at the No. 2 spot, Jania’s straight-set victory over Furman’s Michelle Stanford, 6-3, 7-5, clinched the Crimson’s perfect weekend.
Junior forward Lyndsey Fry, shown above in earlier action, picked up one of two Crimson penalties in the final moments of Saturday's contest. In spite of the advantage, RPI could not convert and Harvard held on to win, 2-1.
Senior forward Alex Killorn—who has netted 18 goals this year—and the Harvard men’s hockey team close out the regular season this weekend. Killorn and the Crimson hope to secure home ice in the ECAC semis this weekend.
History Professor Jill Lepore discusses the game of life at Harvard Thinks Big on Thursday, February 9th, in Saunders Theater.