Crimson staff writer
Martin C. Ye
Junior Andy Nguyen was the only victor for the Crimson in Friday’s slate of games in the Harvard Chowder Fest, an annual competition that kicks off the year-long tennis season. The Crimson’s doubles teams did not fare well on Friday against Texas A&M but were impressive against USC the next day.
Junior co-captains Hideko Tachibana, shown above, and Kristin Norton finished on top in the doubles meet at the Harvard Fall Classic this weekend. Five other northeastern schools participated in the tournament, which saw Norton also come out as the victor in the singles bracket.
Harry Potter 7.2: The End of Our Childhood?
At an early screening of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2," we asked Harvard affiliates standing in line what the final Harry Potter movie means to them.
In Harvard Yard, We Ask: What Happened on July 4?
Harvard summer school students try to remember their American history and answer why we celebrate Independence Day on July 4.
Harvard Summer School Students Try To Explain Why We Celebrate July 4
We asked Harvard summer school students to see if they know what actually happened on July 4.
Rina A. Kuusipalo ’14 poses for a photoshoot during production for Fifteen Minutes Magazine’s annual “Fifteen Hottest Freshmen” issue.
Rina A. Kuusipalo
Rina A. Kuusipalo '14 takes part in the 15 Hottest Freshman photo shoot.