Senior right fielder J.T. Tomes takes a big cut in the Harvard baseball team’s doubleheader against Columbia at O’Donnell Field on Friday afternoon. Tomes went 1-for-4 with a run scored in the series split.
Before screening the environmental film "A Fierce Green Fire: The Battle for a Green Planet," director Mark Skitchell makes a brief introduction to the motives and content of the documentary. The event took place in the Belfer Center at the Harvard Kennedy School.
After enjoying a couple of hours of tanning and chatting with friends in the sun, Brett Roche '15 heads back to his dorm room in Matthews.
Residents of Straus Hall, Emmanuel Figueroa '15, Mark Grozen-Smith '15 and Michael Proulx '15 take advantage of the sunny day by doing their Stat 104 problem set in the yard.
At the IOP forum titled The Faith Debate: The Role of Religion in Politics, former U.S Ambassador to Tanzania, Charles Stith, addresses The Honorable Ted Strickland. Along with the other forum speakers, they discussed the impact of religion in the current presidential election.
The Spring Equinox occurred on Tuesday, March 20, 2012, marking the official start of spring. Continued warm and sunny weather drew crowds of students and visitors alike to the outdoor public spaces of the Yard.
On their first day back from Spring Break, Molly Dillaway '15 and Parker Davis '15 sit in front of Memorial Church to do their homework and enjoy the beginning of Spring weather.
To enjoy the sunny weather, students spend the afternoon playing Spike Ball in the Yard. The students used their free time to practice for Club Spike.
During Harvard College Faith and Action’s service trip to New York City, Nathan Otey ‘15 spends an afternoon at the park playing with the children of Graffiti Church After School Program. HCFA volunteered in different projects around the city.
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