Last Saturday at Penn, Joan Fleischman helped anchor Harvard up top as the Crimson continued a three-game winning streak with a 1-0 victory.
Former Crimson player Brooke Dickens ‘16 prepares to shoot as senior Midge Purce looks on during the team’s 2-0 win against Penn on Sepember 26, 2015. With Penn coming off a strong start to the season, the team will need all of its players to keep the Quakers from getting its first win against it since 2012.
Harvard locals flock to the Queen’s Head Pub Monday night to discuss the various interest and cultural groups available to residents as a part of an event hosted by Harvard Neighbors. Neighbors aims to unify Cantabrigians through education programs and cultural exploration.
A record low amount of rain fell in Boston this summer, leaving much of the Greater Boston Area dangerously dry, stunting agricultural production and generating health concerns. Monday proved to be a welcome exception as rain fell throughout the day, leaving students and commuters drenched.
Students enrolled in Harvard’s introductory economics course must now purchase loose-leaf copies of N. Gregory Mankiw’s Principles of Microeconomics as well as a code to online materials. The course continues to face criticism for being too costly as a required and introductory course for Economics concentrators.
Workers cast their ballots at the HUDS Strike Vote outside First Parish Church in Cambridge on Thursday afternoon.
Senior forward Joan Fleischman, shown in action last season against Penn, scored the first of two Crimson goals Thursday night in a 2-1 win at New Hampshire.
As the humid weather broke Monday, the Charles River proved a popular site for Cantabs, attracting runners, bikers, and readers alike.
Cambridge Mayor E. Denise Simmons moderates Monday’s city council meeting at City Hall. The Cambridge City Council became the first in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to pass a resolution supporting medical aid in dying.
The well-known Harvard Square restaurant FiRE+iCE, closed permanently on Sunday after two decades in Cambridge.
Though women auditioned for the Hasty Pudding Theatricals’ spring musical, none received callbacks. The historically all male cast, based in Farkas Hall, has previously considered going co-ed.
Pulitzer Prize winner Robert A. Caro recollects his work on “The Power Broker,” the novel describing abuses of power by Robert Moses in the New York City and Long Island areas during the early twentieth century. Caro was one of many Pulitzer Prize winners to present at The Pulitzer Centennial celebration hosted by the Nieman Foundation.