Weekend Morning Shuttles Return
Beginning this weekend, Quad shuttles, like this one pictured in a 2009 file photo, will once again run before noon on Saturdays and Sundays.
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ALL ABOUT TEAMWORK
Senior Douwe Yntema, shown above in earlier action, classmate Michael Dunn, junior Rob Newell, and sophomore Brendan McIntee finished first in the 200-yard backstroke, earning 18 out of 197 points Harvard amassed against Penn on Sunday. A day earlier, the Crimson beat another Ivy League foe, Brown, to continue undefeated in the conference.
Co-captain Alex Meyer led the Crimson men’s swim team to another strong season, in which the squad finished second to Princeton at the Ivy League Championships once again. Meyer ended the season on a high note, placing 14th in the 1,650-yard freestyle at NCAA’s to earn All-American honors.
Elena Kagan: Her Time at Harvard
U.S. Solicitor General Elena Kagan speaks during Harvard Law School's Class of 2009 Class Day Exercises, when she urged graduates to pursue public service careers. Fellow law school professor and another reported candidate for the Supreme Court Martha Minow succeeded Kagan as Dean in July 2009.
President Obama is said to be preparing to nominate former Harvard Law School Dean Elena Kagan to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens.
Harvard Law School Professor Elizabeth Warren speaks to the Harvard Law School Class of 2009 during its Class Day Exercises in June 2009.
Top 20 Photos of 2009
Original Publication Date: April 23, 2009 Rachel Wagley '11 stands outside of the Science Center along with other Harvard Republican Club members calling on the University to allow ROTC to return to campus several decades after the organization was forced off Harvard's campus.
Company members perform in the 39th annual production of “The Christmas Revels,” a collection of American holiday music traditions.
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