Sarah Lagan '19 cleans a toilet in Cabot House as a part of Dorm Crew.
Saad Amer ‘16 (left) and two of his partners solve puzzles with clues during their one-hour Escape the Room challenge in Eliot basement.
Ella M. Duncan ’17 high-fives photographer Steve Osemwenkhae after participating in his project “No Makeup Series,” which aims to highlight the natural beauty of women through headshots paired with personal reflections.
A student places a glass onto the dish return in Adams's dining hall. After a broken pipe interfered with the dining hall’s disher washers, Adams residents were left using plastic cutlery for several days this week.
In a debate hosted by the Harvard Political Union, Simone Abegunrin ’18 stands to give a qualification in support of political correctness. “Political correctness is a new concept, and with new concepts come growing pains and mistakes along the way.”
Sarah Lagan ‘19 cleans a toilet in Cabot House as a part of Dorm Crew.
Sarah Lagan ‘19 and Noemi Valdez ‘19 look over a work hour log-in sheet in a Cabot House storage room. The two did Dorm Crew Fall Clean-Up together and continued to work as a team after finding that they were good partners.
Senior forward Jake Freeman, pictured in action against Dartmouth on Oct. 31, and the Crimson demonstrated a level of tenacity that allowed them to overcome obstacles throughout the season and focus on the next game.
Students from the Harvard Dance Project perform a reinterpretation of Belgian contemporary dance "Rosas danst Rosas."
Jill Johnson, artistic director of the Harvard Dance Project, leads an open rehearsal of students’ work-in-progress for their spring performance.
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