A group of protesters, mainly composed of Law School students, pose with their hands up in front of the John Harvard Statue on Monday afternoon to stand in solidarity with Ferguson protesters.
Dennis Benzan, vice mayor of Cambridge, spoke to protesting students from Cambridge Ringe and Latin School on Monday afternoon, standing in support of their school walk-out.
Dozens of students from Cambridge Ringe and Latin School and Harvard University lay in the street to protest the shooting of Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager, by Ferguson policeman Darren Wilson. The walk-out began at 1:01 pm, the time at which Brown was shot, on Monday afternoon.
Dozens of students from Cambridge Ringe and Latin School and Harvard University lay in the street to protest the shooting of Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager, by Ferguson Policeman Darren Wilson. The walk-out began at 1:01 pm, the time at which Brown was shot, on Monday afternoon.
Cambridge Rindge and Latin students, led by their student body president Sydney Fisher and student organizer Mary Gashaw, protested racial inequality and injustice on Monday afternoon in Harvard Square.
Junior co-captain Kyle Criscuolo, shown here in prior action, netted the game-winning goal for the Crimson in overtime, as Harvard took down No. 1 BU, 3-2.
Against a Penn team playing for coach Al Bagnoli's final game at home, Harvard will attempt to clinch a share of the Ivy title.
Junior forward Jimmy Vesey, seen here in prior action, tallied three goals on the weekend, leading the Crimson to it's victory over RPI and tie against No. 8 Union.
Sophomore forward Midge Purce, shown here in prior action, led the Crimson with a pair of goals in Harvard's 2-1 victory over Columbia.
Senior linebacker Connor Sheehan put Harvard on the board first with a pick six. Sheehan returned two interceptions for scores, his first career defensive touchdowns.
Junior defenseman Patrick McNally scored twice in Harvard's opener. The Crimson tied with Dartmouth, 3-3.
Harvard University Dining Services hosted a New England Harvard Festive Meal Thursday night..
Harvard women's lacrosse came into its contest with Princeton tied for second in the Ivy League, but fell behind the Tigers with the loss.