Junior right fielder Jen Francis broke into the Crimson’s all-time top 10 in home runs and RBI yesterday, going 4-for-6 in Harvard’s twinbill sweep of Rhode Island. Francis launched a two-run shot in a 10-3 victory in the nightcap, and now has 10 homers a
Students staying at Harvard over the break enjoy Thanksgiving dinner served by the dining hall staff of Adams House. Here, long-time Adams House veteran Gary C. Davis carves a turkey.
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Polticians and professors discuss the roles of government, business, and civil society in worker protection yesterday at the Institute of Politics.
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Panelists including Kristal B. Zook, Gloria Feldt, Courtney E. Martin, and Deborah Siegel speak at the Intergenerational Feminist Panel on Friday in Harvard Hall.
Sophomore Jennifer Francis, shown here in earlier action, played a key role in Harvard’s offensive attack at Yale, homering twice on Saturday. Classmate Lauren Murphy also had a red-hot weekend, going 9-for-13 with two homers and six RBI. The Crimson rema
Freshman Ellen Macadam played a big role in the Crimson’s offensive surge yesterday, going 4-for-8 and driving in six runs. She added two steals as Harvard moved into first place in the Ivy North Division.
The Crimson overpowered the Lions for two 10-3 victories yesterday behind stellar pitching that gave up just two earned runs in the doubleheader.
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