All He Does Is Win
Junior defenseman Eric Gylling’s double-overtime winner lifted the Crimson to its ninth win of the season on Tuesday. Gylling, shown in previous action, now has three goals on the year, all game-winners.
Senior defender Alex Leondis leads the Crimson into its weekend tilt with Cornell.
Harvard Pow Wow
Harvard University Native American Program organizes its 21st annual Harvard Pow Wow in the Radcliffe Quad in May.
Satire V and On Harvard Time protest the Undergraduate Council
Members of Satire V and On Harvard Time stage a BYOB, or “bring your own berries,” protest of the Harvard Undergraduate Council. Members of the two comedy groups demanded transparency from the “berry-ocracy” and blamed the UC for the disappearance of Amelia Earhart.
Crimson Dance Team at Arts First
The Harvard Crimson Dance Team performs at the weekend-long Harvard Arts First Festival in the Science Center Plaza. This year marked the 24th year of the annual festival.
Junot Diaz Kirkland
Pulitzer Prize-winning author and MIT professor Junot Diaz speaks at Kirkland House on Saturday, March 7.
“House Master” Title Change
Michael D. Rosengarten, Co-Faculty Dean of Mather House comments on the decision to change the title of the position previously called “House Master” to “Faculty Dean.”