This Crimson File Photo shows a glimpse of the inside of The Harvard Faculty Club on Quincy St. The Faculty club opened its doors to students for the first time in 78 years in the spring of 2009.
While co-captain J.P. O’Connor may have been the face of the Harvard program, co-captain Louis Caputo, above, also earned himself a permanent place in Harvard wrestling lore, amassing four NCAA appearances and 126 wins over the span of his career—good for the third most in the program’s history.
Harvard University Health Service begins to offer general influenza vaccination to the public on Sept. 15, 2009. Many line up in front of the flu clinic awaiting their turn for a shot.
In light of the swine flu scare of fall of 2009, numerous students were quarantined in UHS and hundreds of others scrambled for flu shots.
Aneliese K. Palmer ’12 plays the matriarch of the Hogan family in “Fat Men in Skirts!!!?!,” running through May 2 at the NCT.
Co-captains Louis Caputo, shown here in earlier action, and J.P. O’Connor will end their wrestling careers as the winningest tandem in program history.
Three Crimson grapplers at the EIWA championships came away with hardware this weekend. Co-captains J.P. O’Connor (157 lbs.) and Louis Caputo (184) took first and second, while rookie Steven Keith (125) took third in his bracket.
Olympic silver medalist and former Eliot House resident Paul S. Wylie ’90-91 hosts the "An Evening with Champions" benefit at the Bright Hockey Center in 2008.
Co-captain Louis Caputo (184) had one of the few outstanding weekends for the Harvard wrestling team, winning both of his bouts in convincing fashion. The sixth-ranked grappler pushed his winning streak to nine straight matches with a decision against Princeton and a technical fall against Penn.
Teach for America corps member Pia Dandiya ‘09 teaches math classes at Garfield Middle School in Revere, MA
Teach for America corps member Pia Dandiya ‘09 teaches math classes at Garfield Middle School in Revere, MA.