Jaime L. Olson '11 plays "dizzy bat" in the Quincy House courtyard as part of Quincy's annual Field Day.
Harvard students protest against the Social Studies Commitee’s decision to honor Martin Peretz during the Committee’s 50th anniversary celebration.
Students and affiliates of Harvard protest against the Social Studies Commitee’s decision to honor Martin Peretz last Saturday during the Committee’s 50th anniversary celebration.
Students and affiliates of Harvard University hold signs with quotes by Martin Peretz in front of the Science Center on Saturday morning in protest against the Social Studies Committee’s decision to honor Peretz.
Jamie Olson ‘11 plays “dizzy bat” in Quincy courtyard yesterday as part of Quincy House Field Day 2010.
A television crew member sets up in the sidelines during a World Cup Game between France and Mexico on June 17th at the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane, South Africa.
A Mexican fan reminds the French team of "The hand of Henry" which refers to a handball by Theirry Henry in 2009 that was missed by the referee. With this handball, Henry scored the goal that led to his team's aggregate victory during their two-game playoff against Ireland, and accordingly qualified France to the 2010 World Cup. (CORRECTION: An earlier version of this caption incorrectly identified the individual in the picture as a “French fan” cheering for his national team.)
Fans wave a banner that pays tribute to Argentinian soccer hero Diego Maradona while the Argentinian national team plays against Greece on June 22nd at the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane, South Africa. Argentina ended the night victorious over Greece and made it into the top eight during the 2010 World Cup before falling to Germany.
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