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Ellis J. Yeo

Ellis J. Yeo is a Multimedia Chair of the 145th Guard of The Harvard Crimson. Originally from Philadelphia, she currently lives in Mather House and studies Classics and English at Harvard, with a secondary in Chemistry.

Photographer Ellis J. Yeo can be reached at ellis.yeo@thecrimson.com .

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Separate Memorial for King
Commencement 2018

Separate Memorial for King

The April 10, 1968 issue of The Harvard Crimson features a story about a separate memorial that black students created for Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

About Dominguez, 1983
Commencement 2018

About Dominguez, 1983

The October 7, 1983 issue of The Crimson featured an op-ed titled "About Dominguez."

Four Demands
Commencement 2018

Four Demands

The April 10, 1968 issue of The Crimson featured the Four Demands.

Elorm Fred Avakame
Harvard Kennedy School

Elorm Fred Avakame

Elorm F. Avakame is a M.D. and M.P.P. candidate at Harvard Medical School and the Kennedy School.

Elizabeth Warren Portrait
Harvard Law School

Elizabeth Warren Portrait

The faculty of Harvard Law School voted to offer Elizabeth Warren tenure in 1993.

Yueran Zhang
Unionization

Yueran Zhang

Yueran Zhang, a PhD student in Sociology and a supporter of the union, stands outside Boylston Hall.

Spring Has Sprung
Spring

Spring Has Sprung

Students grab a meal under the shade of blooming trees in Leverett Courtyard.

Record Breaker Deuel
Men's Crew

Record Breaker Deuel

Harvard men's lightweight crew, which is undefeated so far this season, has also seen individual successes as freshman Drake Deuel broke the lightweight world record in the half-marathon for the erg.

Long Line for Pokeworks Grand Opening
Harvard Square

Long Line for Pokeworks Grand Opening

A line forms outside Pokeworks Saturday during the official grand opening of the restaurant in Harvard Square.

brattle street chamber
Arts

brattle street chamber

The Brattle Street Chamber Players present Contrasts, their final concert of the year, featuring Dan Chong and Jessica Bodner of the Parker Quartet.

On the Road, On the Water
Men's Crew

On the Road, On the Water

It was a busy weekend for the Harvard and Radcliffe crew programs, as all four teams were on the water in competitive settings. All traveled, and the Radcliffe heavyweights went as far as Lake Carnegie in Princeton, N.J.

It's Still Sinking
Sailing

It's Still Sinking

The Harvard Sailing Center bobs in the water after sinking partially into the Charles River Thursday.

More Sinking! More!
Sailing

More Sinking! More!

Policemen gather by the sinking Harvard Sailing Center Thursday.

And Now, It Is Still Sinking
Sailing

And Now, It Is Still Sinking

The Harvard Sailing Center bobs in the water after sinking partially into the Charles River Thursday.

It's Sinking
College

It's Sinking

The Harvard Sailing Center sinks into the Charles River.

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