When the Harvard men's basketball team takes on Cincinnati in Spokane Thursday afternoon, freshman Zena Edosomwan may provide a spark off the bench.
Christine Clark helped lead the Crimson to a 78-68 win over Princeton on Friday night.
Laurent Rivard celebrates the weekend's victories over Princeton and Penn. The senior connected on 11-of-17 three-pointers across both games, and had a season-high 22 points against the Quakers.
Co-captain Laurent Rivard drained five threes en route to a season-high 18 points. The Crimson's run early in the second half proved insurmountable for the Tigers.
Wynton Marsalis finished his lecture series with a history of jazz from his hometown, New Orleans, Louisiana, on Thursday night, Jan. 30, in Sanders Theatre.
Junior center Kenyatta Smith, shown above in previous action, will miss the rest of the 2013-2014 campaign after re-injuring his foot in practice earlier this week.
Winless in three trips to Princeton's Jadwin Gymnasium, senior guard Christine Clark will lead the Crimson in her final chance to pick up a win on the Tigers' home court. Harvard will also take on Penn on Saturday.
The women's fencing team, shown here in previous action, defeated Penn State at the St. John's Invitational this weekend.
Senior Ali Farag, shown here in previous action, toppled his opponent in straight sets to continue his unbeaten streak. The team posted a 8-1 result in a win over Rochester.
Undergraduate Council President Gus A. Mayopoulos '15 convened the 32nd Undergraduate Council for its first spring semester meeting and discussed which issues the Council should tackle this semester.
In his first game back after missing the previous two to injury, junior guard Wesley Saunders, shown here in previous action, converted only three of his 14 attempts from the field at Florida Atlantic on Tuesday night.
Senior Ali Farag, the 2012 CSA national champion, posted an 11-1, 11-5, 11-6 win in the Crimson's sweep of Penn.