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Pokeworks, a restaurant chain selling classic Hawaiian poke dishes, opens in Harvard Square in a space previously occupied by Liquiteria.
The Harvard fencing sent 19 fencers to the NCAA Northeastern Regionals, where two freshman earned golds and eight others placed in the top-10 of their respective divisions.
Led by sophomore Katie Benzan, Harvard heads into the confines of the Palestra with the hopes of taking down Penn.
Dancers from the Jose Mateo Dance Company perform at the Old Cambridge Baptist Church in Harvard Square Saturday night.
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Water polo won three of four matches at home this weekend.
Three extra days of dropping eggs out of aeroplanes had to be added to the academic calendar.
A banner bearing Harvard's crest hangs outside Annenberg for Junior Family Weekend.
Senior Taylor Rooks blocks a Quacker shot attempt inside the paint. Rooks led the team in both points and rebounds—with 21 and 12, respectively—in the effort to down the two-time Ivy League champion.
Snow falls over Annenberg Hall, breaking the warm weather streak.
Harvard prepares to parry with NYU in the teams' Feb. 4 meet.
Yale professor and award winning poet Claudia Rankine, speaks at the Radcliffe Institute of Advanced Study Thursday afternoon. She spoke about the importance of discussing race related topics and recited poetry.
With four games remaining in its regular season schedule, the Crimson will want to pocket as many of the eight points up for grabs as possible before the ECAC tournament.