Men's basketball's senior wing Wesley Saunders continued his stellar play for the Crimson, leading the team to their fourth-consecutive NCAA Tournament and fifth-straight Ivy League title.
Henry Li ‘16 prepares a toasted sandwich for delivery on Monday night; students who texted members of the Harvard Ichthus, the student journal of Christian thought and expression with questions about Christianity received toasted sandwiches.
A wrapped pallet of students’ boxes waits outside Leverett House for storage on Tuesday afternoon. After the McKinlock Hall renovation, house storage was eliminated, thereby forcing students to find alternative means of storage for the summer.
Students filter through Widener Library at dusk on Tuesday during exam period.
Harvard football coach Tim Murphy, shown during the Harvard-Yale game on Nov. 23, 2013, has spent 22 seasons at the helm for the Crimson.
Harvard men's basketball coach Tommy Amaker, shown speaking with the media during the opening round of the 2014 NCAA Tournament, has reached the Big Dance in each of the last four seasons.
Harvard men's basketball coach Tommy Amaker, pictured after winning the Ivy League playoff game against Yale on March 14 to clinch a spot in the NCAA Tournament for the fourth consecutive season, has brought in some of the nation’s top recruits since joining the Crimson.
In Harvard-Yale 2014, which was held at Harvard Stadium on Nov. 22, Crimson junior defensive back Scott Peters intercepted Bulldogs quarterback Morgan Roberts' pass with 10 seconds remaining to seal the win for Harvard.
Junior defensive back Scott Peters considers religion a steadying force among the "chaos" of football.
Sophomore men's basketball shooting guard Corbin Miller takes his father's words to heart: "You don't [always] fit in in sports, and you don't have to fit in with everybody else in life."
Tommy Amaker led the Harvard men's basketball team to its fourth consecutive NCAA tournament in his eighth year at the helm.
University President Drew G. Faust, pictured here, responded to two Law School professor’s recent op-ed in the Chronicle of Higher Education arguing for a faculty senate.
Harvard, shown here in previous action, hosted a sevens tournament over the weekend at Harvard Stadium. The team split into two squads, with the Crimson finishing 3-1 on the day, while the Black finished 1-3.