Harvard football made a change earlier today to its schedule, changing the start time of the Oct. 29 Dartmouth game from noon to 6 p.m.
Tonight's opener marks the fourth straight year that Harvard football begins its home season under the lights. The Crimson will take on Holy Cross at 7 p.m.
Haitian-American musician and producer Wyclef Jean is named 2010 Artist of the Year by the Harvard Foundation at the 25th annual Cultural Rhythms performance on Feb. 27, 2010.
Nicole I. Torres ’11 and Jesse T. Nee-Vogelman ’13 play American workers in “Working,” which opens April 2 in the Loeb Experimental Theater.
Actors with brooms play American workers in “Working,” which opens April 2 in the Loeb Experimental Theater.
Junior co-captain Christine Matera had 17 points on 6-of-12 shooting in the Crimson’s 64-59 win over Dartmouth last night. The victory gave Harvard its 20th win of the season and a berth to the WNIT tournament.
Haitian-American musician and producer Wyclef Jean celebrates his 2010 Artist of the Year award presentated by the Harvard Foundation at the 25th Annual Cultural Rhythms performance last Saturday, February 27, 2010.
Diana C. Robles '10 of the Harvard Ballet Folklórico de Aztlán performs a traditonal piece from Jalisco, México yesterday during a celebration honoring La Virgen de Guadalupe at St. Paul's Catholic Church.
The Chiara Quartet takes a bow after its performance yesterday in Paine Hall. The concert was part of the Chamber Music Series at Harvard and the first of six concerts dedicated to Beethoven's music.
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