The Harvard sailing team, shown here in earlier action, sent boats to four regattas this past weekend. The Crimson managed to post several solid performances, including a top-five effort from freshmen Ansel Duff and Ashleigh Inglis in the B-Division of the BC Invitational, as both A and B division sailors finished the event in eighth place.
Harvard sailing, pictured above in earlier eaction, was scheduled to compete in three meets this weekend, but the Yale Women’s Intersectional was canceled because of high winds on both days of the event. In the Captain Hurst Bowl, the co-ed sailors took 13th place, and in the Tufts-hosted Lark Invitational, the sailors finished in third place in a field of 13.
The Radcliffe heavyweight first varsity eight defeated Yale over the weekend for the first time since 2003.
Junior co-captain Holly Cao, shown here in earlier action, has gone undefeated this season in dual competitions, posting a 9-0 record as the Crimson’s No. 1 player—all despite a rocky beginning to her tennis career.
After a successful run in the fall, the Harvard sailing team took the Sharpe Trophy last weekend. The team had little trouble in the win, taking 16 races while only falling twice over the two-day event.
Senior Emma Markley, shown here in earlier action, poured in a game-high 25 points in a win over Oral Roberts on Friday. Markley finished out her weekend with 12 points against Navy as Harvard split the weekend.
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Val Fox of Cambridge, MA and Morgan First of Los Angeles, CA chat about a shirt they find during the wine tasting mixer.
Amy Chase, one of the event organizers along with Melissa Massello, looks through some of the clothing on the racks.
Cassie Knight, manager of The Closet on Newbury Street, talks to fashion blogger Lei Ann Resurreccion during the blogger mixer before the swap.
Rows and rows of clothing fill the room at The Swapaholics' Sip & Swap event on the evening of September 30. This year's Boston Fashion Week, which took place from September 24 through October 1, featured a multitude of shows and special events for local fashionistas.
Racks of clothing, tables of jewelry, and stacks of shoes filled the Somerville armory. The concept was simple: exchange articles of clothing you no longer want for new items that catch your eye.
There was something for everyone there. According to The Swapaholics' website, "Swapping is the new shopping!"
Kevin Mehra and Adjovi Koene of Latitude Beverage Co. serve wine to two shoppers. Second Glass and 90+ Cellars sponsored the event, providing wine and snacks for all attendants.
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