Senior Jonathan Pearlman, shown above in earlier action, and the Harvard men’s tennis team had a strong performance at the Harvard Winter Invite this past weekend, winning 22 of 26 matches in singles play and 10 of 12 matches in doubles play against Marist and Fordham.
Senior Jonathan Pearlman, shown here in earlier action, and freshman Denis Nguyen made it to the round of 16 at the ITA Men's Northeast Regional Championship. Next up for the Crimson is Harvard Halloween Jam.
The Cambridge Savings Bank building, Herrell’s former location, had a history of rolling in the (cookie) dough.
With its Arrow Street property, Delta Gamma becomes the first Harvard sorority to have a space for its members in the Square.
Harvard faculty members at the panel “Big Questions in the Sciences,” field questions from prefrosh and their parents about the importance of stem cell research. Faculty panels for this year’s visiting program were redesigned in the vein of “Harvard Thinks Big.”
Donnie Andrews, Fran Boyd Andrews, Jim True-Frost, Andre Royo, Sonja Sohn, Jamie Hector, and Michael K. Williams, all cast members of HBO's acclaimed series "The Wire," stand before an audience in Ames Courtroom at Harvard Law School.
The Delta Gamma sign sits on display in the new DG House.
Joshua Tchan contributes to the Crimson Tennis win against Columbia this past weekend. The Harvard Men's Tennis team defeated defending Ivy League Champions Columbia 5-2.
Nicholas Negroponte, founder of One Laptop Per Child, discusses his social enterprise company and the difficulties it has encountered before an audience of student leaders in Harvard Hall.
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