John “Jay” L. Ellison, shown above far right in an earlier event, announced that he will leave his post as secretary of the Administrative Board at the end of the year and will be headed to the University of Chicago.
Junior third baseman Kasey Lange scored two runs in the Crimson’s first contest of yesterday’s doubleheader. Harvard topped Quinnipiac twice to remain tied with Dartmouth atop the North Division of the Ivy League.
On Saturday afternoon, Yo-Yo Ma '76 plays with the Silk Road Ensemble as a part of the Cultural Citizenship Symposium, cosponsored by the Mahindra Humanities Center at Harvard. The music accompanied a panel discussion that addressed the meanings and implications of modern cultural citizenship, belonging, and tradition.
William Martin '72 gives a reading at the Harvard COOP from his latest novel, The Lincoln Letters. Martin is the author of ten novels and is a recent recipient of the New England Book Award.
Junior first baseman Stephanie Regan, shown above in previous action, got off to a strong start over the weekend, hitting 2-for-6 at the plate before going down with an injury that kept her off the diamond.
Co-captain Rachel Brown finished Saturday’s dual against Brown University with 13 strikeouts en route to her team’s 4-3 victory.
Senior pitcher Rachel Brown followed Friday’s shutout with another solid performance on Saturday, allowing three runs and striking out 13 in seven innings during the Crimson’s 4-3 win against Penn at Soldiers Field.
Dr. Lisa Wade, a Sociology professor at Occidental College, discusses how college cultures and expectations have changed the nature of sex and love, for Harvard Sex Week on Monday evening.
Megan Andelloux, a certified sexologist and sexuality educator, delivers an insightful and attention-grabbing talk about getting to know your sexuality. Andelloux’s favorite topic of discussion is the do’s and don’ts of sexual politics.