Freshman forward Chris Lewis, shown in previous action against Fordham, was one of five Harvard players to score in double-digits in a loss against Vermont earlier this week.
Freshman Chris Lewis, pictured here against Fordham, was selected as this week's Ivy League Rookie of the Week
Senior center Zena Edosomwan, pictured here against Fordham, led a strong defensive effort to help the Crimson down Howard on Friday night.
Freshman forward Bryce Aiken, shown in previous action against Fordham, leads the Crimson in scoring through its first nine games. Aiken's 21 points against Houston led the team to its biggest win of the year.
Co-captain Siyani Chambers, pictured here against Fordham, leads Harvard into a key non-conference matchup with Houston.
Freshman guard Bryce Aiken, shown in previous action against Fordham, sparked a Harvard comeback in the second half to push the Crimson past Houston, 57-56.
Senior co-captain Siyani Chambers, shown in a Dec. 3 win over Fordham, was a key cog in Harvard’s recent three-game win streak. Chambers is dishing out assists at a high rate—7.9 per game—which ties him for third in the country. His leadership has been key on a young Crimson team.
Freshman Seth Towns, shown in previous action against Fordham, has been a consistent offensive force for the Crimson this season. The rookie scored a career-high 24 points against Northeastern Tuesday night.
Senior forward Zena Edosomwan, shown in previous action against Fordham, tallied six points, six rebounds, and two blocks last time out.
Philosophy professor Alison Simmons, English professor Louis Menand and University President Drew G. Faust talk after the Faculty meeting on Tuesday.
Freshman forward Seth Towns, shown in action earlier this season, led the Crimson with a career-high 24 points Tuesday night in Harvard’s 86-80 victory over in-state foe Northeastern.
After leading the Ivy League with 28 points over the course of her senior season, Midge Purce became the first Harvard player in 20 years to crack the All-America First Team
Attendees leave the JFK Jr. Forum after the “War Stories: Inside Campaign 2016” event Thursday evening. At the event, which will be broadcast on CNN this Sunday, Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway and Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook discussed the 2016 presidential election with moderator Jake Tapper.
Benedetto, a high-end Italian restaurant, recently filled the vacancy left in the Charles Hotel following the closure of Rialto in June.