Thousands gathered on the river banks to watch the weekend’s races, attend social events, and visit local vendors.
This is one of the bridge angles that many fans sought out. With thousands attending, finding an unobstructed view could be a challenge.
Harvard's Labor and Employee Relations office on Thursday night. The Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers reached a one-year tentative agreement with the University on Wednesday.
Sally's Sandwiches opened earlier this month in the Smith Campus Center in a combined storefront with Blackbird Donuts. Both stores are operated by the Gallows Group, a local restaurant group.
Sophomore quarterback Charlie Dean prepares to hand the ball off to Borguet. Dean threw for 147 yards in the game on 15 completions but was unable to find the end zone, while picking up his first two interceptions of the season.
Bourget’s strong performance speaks to the depth of the Crimson’s run game.
Harvard’s defense stayed strong in its final non-conference matchup of the season, keeping the Panthers out of the end zone while only giving up a single field goal.
Junior kicker Jonah Lipel nails one through the upright over the Lafayette defense. Lipel is yet to miss a field goal this season, going six for six with a long of 42 yards.
Lafayette aims to knock the ball out while tackling a Harvard player as junior wide reciever Wym Kimberly watches on. Kimberly had one catch for 25 yards on the afternoon.
Cambridge City Council Candidates talked about arts and culture in a forum on Tuesday and are starting to distribute lawn signs. Elections will be held Nov. 2.