Clockwise from left, Harvard Divinity School Dean David N. Hempton, Faculty of Arts and Sciences Dean Claudine Gay, Harvard School of Public Health Dean Michelle A. Williams, and SEAS Dean Frances J. Doyle III. All four administrators are set to depart their roles in the coming months.
Sophomore running back Shane McLoughlin looks on during a 49-17 victory over Brown on Sept. 24, 2021. McLoughlin scored the first two rushing touchdowns of his career on Saturday.
Crimson Jam, a Harvard Yard concert organized by the College Events Board, welcomed new and returning students to campus on Friday with in-person festivities for the first time in three years.
Commencement returned to Harvard this week with its traditional pomp and circumstance as the University celebrated its Class of 2022.
Yardfest returned to Harvard Sunday as rapper Swae Lee headlined a concert before a raucous crowd of students who brought back to life the College’s annual spring concert, which was held in-person for the first time in three years.
Harvard men's squash gears up for a match against Dartmouth on Dec. 1, which it would win 9-0. After another team national title, Victor Crouin added his second individual trophy to the mantle.
Junior forward Kristin Della Rovere battles along the boards in a 4-3 victory over RPI on Dec. 4. In the final of the Beanpot Tournament, she came away with two goals to lead the Crimson to its first title since 2015.
Senior forward Dominique Petrie skates up the ice during a 4-3 victory over RPI on Dec. 4, 2021. Petrie managed an assist in Harvard's 1-0 victory over Princeton on Jan. 21.
Harvard Women's Squash participates in a Dec. 1 matchup against Dartmouth, a contest in which the Crimson earned an 8-1 victory. The team has yet to lose this season, and carry the No.1 ranking in the country.
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