Members of the crew team row down the Charles, leaving ripples in their wake.
Seen from the sky, the Yard's thoroughfares form striking geometric patterns.
A European starling, a blackbird native to Massachusetts, stands alert in the grass.
Students celebrate a return to non-frigid temperatures with a game of spikeball.
Barren branches yield to fragrant, white flowers on a tree near the Science Center.
Along the Charles River, one of the first daffodils of the season turns its head to the sun.
Pastel-colored chairs dot the Yard, inviting students to sit and relax.
Undergraduates chat and flip burgers at an outdoor cookout near Weld.
A host of golden daffodils shimmers in the morning light.
A cherry blossom catches the light.
Yellow blossoms form a stark contrast with the red brick of Harvard's Memorial Church.
Students make the most of the springtime weather by socializing outdoors.
For Kee, one of the most rewarding aspects of Toke N Paint has been seeing guests’ surprising creativity in such a low-stakes environment.