Sarah P Reid
After a historic year of qualifying to the NCAA National Championships for the first time in 35 years, the men's cross country team will look to repeat and improve upon its success
Sophomore Marissa Balleza fights for control of the ball in a 3-2 Harvard victory on Friday night against Bryant at Jordan Field. The forward finished with two goals in the game, including what proved to be the game winner in the 51st minute of play.
Harvard students lined up as early as 3:45pm in front of the food trucks in the Science Center Plaza on September 3 to be one of the lucky first fifty customers to receive free food. This event was promoted by the UC and included a variety of a cappella performances.
Compost bins, like the one shown above in Thayer Hall, have been placed in all of the freshman dormitories as part of a new waste-diversion program.
Junior goaltender Jake Gambitsky, shown here in earlier action, held the Bears to just two goals in the second half. The Crimson held on to win its first league game, 16-10.
The men's lacrosse team, shown here in earlier action, closed out nonconference play with a win over BU, 14-9.
Members of Hot Breakfast pose outside of Eliot House, where they spend their free time practicing. From left to right, Sam Berman-Cooper '14 Bass, Paul Castrigano '14 (Guitar), Mike Senter-Zapata '14 (Vocals), Pranav Krishnan '16 (Guitar), Mateus Falci '14 (Drums)
Members of Hot Breakfast have brunch inside Eliot House.
Members of Hot Breakfast dine in Eliot dining hall, where they spend their free time practicing. From left to right, Paul Castrigano '14, Sam Berman-Cooper '14, Mike Senter-Zapata '14, Mateus Falci '14, Pranav Krishnan '16
Charles Kernaghan, Director of the Institute for Global Labor and Human Rights, draws connections between various factory disasters during the "Taking Labor Rights Seriously" in Wasserstein Hall early Monday evening.
Girard kisses the ice on Saturday night, successfully blocking one of his 29 saves against Yale during the Rivalry on Ice matchup.