Sarah P Reid
Guacamole: Avocados and a whole lot of surprises.
Guacamole is the nectar of the gods. In mushy form.
Freshman Chuck Katis is cheered on by junior teammate Ryan Cutter as he finishes the 100-yard breaststroke, in which he placed first in a meet against Dartmouth and Cornell on Saturday.
Griffin Schumacher, freshman, waits for his time to appear after the 200 yard medley relay, which Harvard's team 'A' won in the meet against Cornell and Dartmouth on Saturday.
A Dartmouth swimmer watches as Harvard men's swimming team defeats Cornell and Dartmouth on Saturday, with star performances by sophomores and freshmen.
The swimmers of Harvard, Cornell, and Dartmouth ready themselves for the 200 yard medley, which Harvard won along with the rest of the meet on Saturday.
Richard Murmane, Professor of Education at the Graduate School of Education, discusses the rising inequality in children's education and his new volume about this growing trend in Longfellow Hall yesterday evening.
Christian N. Føhrby ‘14, playing Sir Joseph, lectures the audience and the cast about about his ascent to “Monarch of the Seas” in Gilbert and Sullivan’s HMS Pinafore.
Neil Peterman, a physics research assistant, hands out fliers to students passing by the Science Center yesterday in a preliminary attempt to boost the number of participants in the "Occupy the Classroom Campaign."