Senior forward Temi Fagbenle recorded 13 points, 7 boards, and 5 assists as the Crimson took down UMass, 75-62.
The women's basketball team looks to break its string of second-place finishes in the Ivy League when it begins its season Saturday.
Senior forward Temi Fagbenle, shown above, earned her sixth double-double of the season against Chattanooga, but the Crimson's comeback fell short.
"About Last Night" presents a real, modern depiction of not just finding but sustaining love in today's busybody, social media-driven world.
Teis D. Jorgenson '14 plays Sebastian Bliss and Eli Wilson-Pelton '16 plays Roger in "Raised in Captivity" at the Loeb Experimental Theater.
Dorothy C. Donelan ’14 and Susanna B. Wolk ’14 perform in "Raised in Captivity," which will play until Saturday at the Loeb Ex.
Matthew R. Marotta '14 interviews the 2013 Distinguished Service Partner honoree Kathy Griffin at "Standing Tall for Veterans," a comedy charity benefit for the Home Base Program presented by the Harvard Undergraduates Honoring Veterans on Saturday afternoon.
Interim Dean of Harvard College Donald H. Pfister presents comedian and veteran advocate Kathy Griffin with the 2013 Distinguished Service Partner award at "Standing Tall for Veterans," a comedy charity benefit for the Home Base Program presented by the Harvard Undergraduates Honoring Veterans on Saturday afternoon.
The Harvard men’s volleyball team got its first ever postseason win in a thrilling five-set semifinal matchup with George Mason in the EIVA playoffs.
Elizabeth K. Leimkuhler ’15 performs as Ruth in the Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club’s April 5 production of “Wonderful Town” on the Loeb Mainstage.
Led by sophomore outside hitter DJ White, who had a team-best 239 kills in 2013, the Harvard men’s volleyball team finished with an 18-9 record on the season, highlighted by an upset of No. 9 Penn State.
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