Photos of the Day (03/30/2015)
According to Sigma Chi leadership, the fraternity, shown above, has approved bylaws for the formation of an inter-fraternity council that would regulate the timing of individual fraternities' events and help improve relationships among them.
Stone Cold Killorn
Just nine months after graduating, Alex Killorn '12 achieved his dream of playing in the NHL when he took the ice against the New York Rangers Sunday.
Junior goaltender Raphael Girard, shown here in earlier action, faced continuous offensive pressure from Yale on Saturday afternoon. Ultimately, his squad fell, 4-0.
Junior Lyndsey Fry, shown here in earlier action, netted two goals in Friday's win against RPI.
Today in Photos (12/17/2012)
The Harvard Labrary, open since November, is located at 92 Mt. Auburn St. in Harvard Square. A project by the Graduate School of Design's Library Test Kitchen, the Labrary aims to combine the development of library technology and direct public involvement.
An Apple a Day
Although construction on the Science Center plaza has forced the Tuesday Farmer's Market to its new Natural History Museum loaction, the myriad of foods, like these apples, are as tantalizingly colorful as ever.
Today in Photos: 09/19/12
Students in the Science Center catch up with their friends on the first day of class.
Sophomore Christo Schultz and the Harvard men’s tennis team grabbed two weekend victories over Penn and Princeton, improving to 19-2 on the year and 3-1 in Ancient Eight play.
Senior Alex Killorn, shown here in earlier action, and three classmates have made a smooth and quick transition to professional play.
Festival of Colors
Two Harvard students slather each other in colored powder on the MAC quad on Saturday, March 24th to participate in Holi, the Hindu celebration of spring.
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