Robert F Worley
Freshman Margaret Purce has been an offensive revelation for Harvard women’s soccer this season, currently tied for second in the Ivy League with six goals. The striker got on the board again in Saturday’s 3-1 victory.
After a loss last weekend forced the Harvard women's rugby team to find itself, the Crimson dominated Brown, 57-7, Saturday.
Dean Smith, furthest right, pictured here with Oprah during the class of 2013 commencement ceremony.
Dean Smith addresses the class of 2013 during their morning commencement exercises last May.
After 30 years as a club sport, the Harvard's women rugby team begins its first as a varsity program.
Nnamdi Obukwelu, Zach Hodges, and Obum Obukwelu will anchor the Crimson's experienced defensive line.
Harvard captain Joshua Boyd will anchor a defense looking to earn the Crimson another Ivy title.
Harvard women's volleyball continued its strong non-conference season, improving to 5-3 over the weekend after splitting matches against Northeastern and Boston College. The Crimson enters Ivy League play on Sept. 27.
The Harvard women's rugby team blew past an over-matched Yale club squad, routing the Bulldogs 84-0. Saturday's victory marked the first win in the Crimson's inaugural varsity season.
The Harvard women's rugby team, shown here in earlier action, coasted to a 105-0 victory over Boston College on Saturday.
After starting the season 2-0 at home, Harvard women’s volleyball took to the road over the weekend, dropping two of three games at San Diego State’s Aztec Invitational. The Crimson return to home action Sept. 18.
Bagpipes and drums lead the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Ph.D. students to their seats in Tercentenary Theatre on Thursday.
A revolutionary-era band leads Kirkland House seniors to Tercentenary Theatre before morning exercises on Thursday.