Daniel A. Citron
Junior wide receiver Ricky Zorn (5), shown here in action against Cornell, has been a key contributor to Harvard’s offense this year, accumulating 17 receptions and two touchdowns on the year. Zorn and the Harvard football team currently boast a 14-game winning streak dating back to Sept. 23, 2011.
Senior quarterback Colton Chapple threw for 362 yards and four touchdowns in a key Ivy contest against Cornell in front of 7,112 fans at Harvard Stadium. The Crimson football team earned a No. 21/22 national ranking after this weekend’s dominant performance.
Playing in his first game as the Harvard football team’s go-to receiver, junior wideout Andrew Berg hauled in 10 passes for 132 yards and scored three touchdowns—all career highs—as the Crimson dismantled Cornell, 45-13.
Senior running back Treavor Scales stiff-arms an oncoming Cornell safety in the Harvard football team’s 45-13 victory over Cornell on Saturday afternoon. Scales, who ran for 106 yards against the Big Red, leads the Ivy League in rushing yards per game (124.2) and rushing touchdowns (seven).
Junior wide receiver Andrew Berg makes a leaping catch over Cornell's Kendall Brown in the Harvard football team's 45-13 victory over the Big Red on Saturday afternoon. Berg's three receiving touchdowns in the contest tied the Crimson's single-game program record.
Diane Kochilas presents her final product featuring a variety of Greek traditional food on Thursday. The free event, sponsored by Harvard University Dining Services and the Food Literacy Project, brought a packed crowd to Pforzheimer House's Hastings Room.
Diane Kochilas prepares Greek food while discussing transitions in Greek culinary traditions on Thursday. The free event, co-sponsored by Harvard University Dining Services and the Food Literacy Project, brought a packed crowd to Pforzheimer House's Hastings Room.
An exhibit titled “Go Ask A.L.I.C.E” in the Science Center celebrates the life and work of British mathematician Alan Turing.