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Tiny But Mighty
Men's Crew

Tiny But Mighty

The men's lightweight crew team seen in action during practice on May 2, 2015. The women coxswains, at 125 pounds, are much smaller than their teammates, but are an integral part of the team. Because of them, the rowers are motivated to row their best, and the boat is directed along the fastest course possible.

Losing the Cup
Men's Crew

Losing the Cup

The Harvard men's lightweight team, seen in action above, relinquished the Haines Cup after falling to No. 6 Navy on the Severn Rive

The Flag at the Marathon
Harvard in the City

The Flag at the Marathon

In front of a large stand flanking the finish line at the Boston Public Library, an American flag stands tall in the sun.

At the Finish Line
Harvard in the City

At the Finish Line

A marathon runner poses with volunteers after finishing the 26.2 mile race.

Near the Finish Line, An Embrace
Harvard in the City

Near the Finish Line, An Embrace

A participant embraces a friend on the sideline as he approaches the end of the Boston Marathon route. A Canadian flag - one of the many flags displayed near the finish line - billows in the wind behind.

Tringale
Men's Ice Hockey

Tringale

Devin Tringale (22) will captain the Crimson alongside Alexander Kerfoot next season.

Hobey
Men's Ice Hockey

Hobey

After logging 46 points in 33 games for the Crimson, Jimmy Vesey has won the 2016 Hobey Baker Award.

Thanks
Men's Ice Hockey

Thanks

Jimmy Vesey (right) thanked his linemates Kyle Criscuolo (left) and Alexander Kerfoot (middle) after winning the Hobey Baker award on Friday.

Castro at the Institute
On Campus

Castro at the Institute

Texas Congressman Joaquín Castro speaks with Institute of Politics moderator David Gergen on Thursday evening, touching on a range of subjects including the national election and the current push for Latino civic participation.

Three Friends
Photos of the Day

Photos of the Day 03.31.2016

The Statement
Men's Ice Hockey

The Statement

The representatives for ex-Harvard men's hockey captain Jimmy Vesey (19) issued a statement Wednesday afternoon after Vesey elected not to sign immediately with the Nashville Predators.

Music on Brattle
College

Music on Brattle

A guitarist busks near Brattle Square on Wednesday afternoon.

I Want You Mac-Back
College

Photos of the Day 03.30.16

Vesey Watch Continues
Men's Ice Hockey

Vesey Watch Continues

Jimmy Vesey will not sign immediately with the Nashville Predators, who drafted him back in 2012.

22 Years in the Making
Men's Ice Hockey

22 Years in the Making

Co-captain Jimmy Vesey (19) and the Crimson will look to earn their first NCAA tournament win since 1994 tonight against Boston College.