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Third in the Pot
Men's Ice Hockey

Third in the Pot

Junior forward Frédéric Grégoire propelled his team to victory, finding twine twice in the 5-2 consolation win.

Eyes on the Prize
Women's Ice Hockey

Eyes on the Prize

Facing a combined 986-shot barrage in her 27 appearances, Reed had to stay laser-focused over the course of any game.

The Elder One
Baseball

The Elder One

Senior pitcher Kevin Stone cheers from the dugout of this season’s Beanpot Championship at Fenway Park.

Unstoppable
Men's Basketball

Unstoppable

Aiken tallied a career-high 44 points in the triple overtime thriller over Columbia.

Gunshots in Harvard Square
Harvard Square

Gunshots in Harvard Square

Cars drive through the intersection of JFK Street and Eliot Street in Harvard Square, where a gunshot incident occurred early Sunday morning.

Sullivan Leaves Weinstein Legal Team
Winthrop

Sullivan Leaves Weinstein Legal Team

The day before Harvard announced Saturday it would not be renewing Winthrop Faculty Deans Ronald S. Sullivan and Stephanie R. Robinson after this school year, Sullivan told a Manhattan judge he would no longer be representing alleged sexual abuser Harvey Weinstein.

A Celebratory Shower
Softball

A Celebratory Shower

The Crimson advance to the NCAA Tournament for the second straight season.

Winthrop House
College

Winthrop House

Winthrop House is one of Harvard's twelve residential houses.

Sweeping the Sprints
Track and Cross Country

Sweeping the Sprints

The Crimson women swept the top five spots in the 100m sprints at the Ivy League Heps this past weekend.

End of the Road
Women's Lacrosse

End of the Road

Last weekend's loss versus Penn marked the end of the 2019 season for Harvard, but much of the squad, like sophomore goalie Grace Rotondo, will be returning next year.

Flyin' Ryan
Men's Volleyball

Flyin' Ryan

Freshman Ryan Hong blocks a hit in a contest earlier this season. Hong tabbed 13 solo blocks across the course of his inaugural season.

TPS Rally 2
Central Administration

TPS Rally 2

Harvard students supported protestors at the TPS Rally outside of Massachusetts Hall with signs demanding Harvard to take action.

HKS Diversity Forum
College

HKS Diversity Forum

Natara Grey, an Assistant Director for Student Diversity and Inclusion at the Harvard Kennedy School, spoke about diversity and fostering a sense of inclusion in communities at the HKS Diversity Forum.

TPS Rally 1
Central Administration

TPS Rally 1

Protestors at the TPS Rally presented a petition, signed by over 200 individuals, asking President Bacow to defend the rights of those under Temporary Protected Status.

Running for the Hills
Track and Cross Country

Running for the Hills

Track and Field’s sprinters compete in prior action in Cambridge.

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