Freshman Chuck Katis touches in first in the 100-yard breaststroke for his second of three victories on Thursday afternoon.
Author Carl Zimmer discusses his latest book about the scientific significance of tattoos at the Harvard Museum of Natural History on Tuesday night. Here, he's caught saying, "wow, that's geek love" when displaying a tattoo of a DNA helix with a loved-one's initials coded in amino acids.
The first floor might not be your best bet, with almost all carrels occupied by sad, smelly Lamonsters, as pictured here on Saturday night..
If this looks welcoming, it is time for an Intervention, Widener-vs-Lamont style.
Apple, Starbucks, and Lamont all go together like peas in a pod on a Saturday night.
Shown here in previous action, freshman Chuck Katis set three pool records at Columbia Saturday in the Crimson men’s swimming and diving team’s 206-92 win over the Lions. After breaking an 18-year-old record in the 100-yard breaststroke, Katis proceeded to rewrite the Uris Pool recordbooks in the 200-yard breaststroke and the 200-yard individual medley. Harvard—which took second at last year’s Ivy championships—has not lost in its last 12 dual meets.
Robert Kaplan, Professor of Management Practice (HBS), sheds some light on the success of Harvard's environmental leaders during the Harvard Thinks Green event, which took place in Sanders Theater on Thursday evening.
James McCarthy, Alexander Agassiz Professor of Biological Oceanography (FAS), speaks about global CO2 emissions during the Harvard Thinks Green event, which was held in Sanders Theater on Thursday evening.
A twelve-foot tall Christmas tree is decorated, gallons of eggnog are consumed, and joy is brought to the world of Eliot D-Hall on Thursday evening in a Holiday kick-off celebration.
Dr. Kemal Kirişci, professor at the Department of Political Science and International Relations at Boğaziçi University, Istanbul, discusses the relationship between Turkey and its neighbors in CGIS Knafel on Wednesday.