Crimson Dance team attempts to rally the crowd during last Saturday's men's basketball game vs. Yale.
Revelers jump on a van in Harvard Square to celebrate the New England Patriots' Super Bowl victory last night.
Former Harvard President Larry Summers and Boston Mayor Tom Menino announce the recipients of Harvard grants totaling $400,000 to benefit Boston after school programs in January 2002.
Junior forward SAM WINTER is Harvard’s fifth-leading scorer this season with 5.5 points per game.
Tailgaters from both schools enjoy hot food and high spirits before and after Saturday’s Harvard-Penn game.
Two of the panelists at last night's ARCO Forum panel discuss the propriety of the use of the death penalty.
McKay Professor of Applied Physics LENE HAU displays equipment in her lab. Hau, also professor of physics, was recently awarded a MacArthur Grant.
Junior forward JOEY YENNE (19) powers her way through the Boston University defense on Wednesday. Yenne scored the game-winner in Harvard's victory over Princeton last season.
Senior wide receiver SAM TAYLOR (86) goes up for the ball aganst Lafayette. Taylor is third on the team with 110 yards receiving.
U.S. Senator CHUCK HAGEL (R-Neb.) urged a multilateral U.S. response to the Sept. 11 attacks in a speech he gave at the Kennedy School of Govenrment last night.
A walk sign has been disabled by a truck.
Harvard scores the first goal of the game in women's soccer v. Boston University.
Sophomore midfielder Katie Westfall controls the ball against Colorado College.
Junior wideout CARL MORRIS (R) tries to ward off a Lafayette defender during Saturday's game. Morris had two touchdown receptions.
Freshman SHELLEY MAASDORP (2) helps the Crimson defeat the Bears, 1-0, in the team’s first taste of Ivy play.