Starting in all 14 of the women’s lacrosse team’s games, captain Micaela Cyr tallied 31 goals and 47 points, both team highs. Her production was rarely enough though, as the squad struggled to score and finished 3-11.
Professor N. Gregory Mankiw, chairman of the Economics department, conducts the River Charles Ensemble in the Science Center Plaza during the Arts First Festival on April 27.
The widely popular improv comedy group, The Instant Gratification Players, garners laughs from the audience in the Science Center on Saturday evening. For their last performance of the year, they honored their three graduation seniors in a series of improv comedy skits.
Dr. Bijroy Misra announces the beginning of the 17th Annual India Poetry Reading and encourages audience members to present their poems in the Tsai Auditorium on Saturday evening. In light of recent events, the theme of this year's reading was "healing" and several speakers from the community presented related works of poetry.
Kevin Sun '14 simultaneously plays the saxophone and sings to show a visual representation of music at the Sound Fair. The Sound Fair took place on the third floor of the Science Center on Thursday afternoon and it showcased the final projects of SPU 13: Why You Hear What You Hear.
In her final game for the Harvard women’s lacrosse team, captain Micaela Cyr recorded all four of the Crimson’s four assists, as well as five draw controls and a goal as her team finished with an 18-11 win.
Dr. N. Gregory Mankiw prepares to take a bow with the River Charles Ensemble on Saturday afternoon on the Science Center Plaza. Dr. Mankiw was joined by members of the Hasty Pudding Theatricals to depict a colorful rendition of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony for Arts First Weekend.
Dr. N. Gregory Mankiw conducts the River Charles Ensemble on Saturday afternoon on the Science Center Plaza. Dr. Mankiw was joined by members of the Hasty Pudding Theatricals to depict a colorful rendition of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony for Arts First Weekend.
Herman K. Euhpal '16 and Isabel H. Evans '14 prepare candles to reflect upon sexual assault and rape culture at Memorial Church on Wednesday evening. This candlelight vigil was the final event culminating a series of Take Back the Night events hosted by the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response.
Students from all over Boston gathered around the Memorial Church to reflect upon sexual assault and rape culture on Wednesday evening. This candlelight vigil was the final event culminating a series of Take Back the Night events hosted by the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response.
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