A protester takes photos of the "die-in" at the "Black Lives Matter" protest in Cambridge on Wednesday evening.
A brass band performed at the beginning before protestors marched around Central Square at the Black Lives Matter demonstration.
Protest participants lay in the street after having chalk outlines drawn around their bodies during a second die-in during a protest in Cambridge on Wednesday evening. The chalk alludes to the outline law enforcement officers traced around Michael Brown's body.
Junior wide receiver Andrew Fischer hauls in the game winning touchdown during this year's matchup against Yale on Nov. 22.
Harvard protesters lie down for 4.5 minutes to represent the number of hours Michael Brown's body lied in the streets of Ferguson, Mo.
Felipe's Taqueria in Brattle Square's opening was delayed due to inspection delays.
Steven S. Lee '16,an Economics concentrator in Adams House and a College Admin Senior Beat Reporter, is going to lead the 142nd guard of the Harvard Crimson next year.
Ben D. Sprung-Keyser '15 is an economics concentrator in Kirkland House.
Junior wide receiver Andrew Fischer catches the game-winning score against Yale on Saturday, shedding a tackle by Yale defensive back Dale Harris. The Crimson beat the Bulldogs, 31-24, in a thriller at Harvard Stadium that ensured sole possession of the Ivy title for Harvard, as well as a perfect 10-0 season record.
The four UC presidential tickets debated and answered questions on the platforms, past accomplishments, and plans for the Council if elected on Saturday night. The crossfire debate was co-organized by the Undergraduate Council and the Harvard Crimson.
While not an official university holiday for many students and faculty, Veterans Day was still observed by many on and off campus.