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Students

Pre-Commencement, the Undergraduate assesses his unfinished works.

6.6.16

Kerry Washington

Kerry Washington
Photograph by iStock

The Hasty Pudding picks the Scandal actress for its famous pot.

1.7.16

Zena Edosomwan (shown here against BYU) averaged 20.3 points and 13.1 rebounds in the Diamond Head Classic. The junior made the all-tournament team and was named Ivy League Player of the Week.

Zena Edosomwan (shown here against BYU) averaged 20.3 points and 13.1 rebounds in the Diamond Head Classic. The junior made the all-tournament team and was named Ivy League Player of the Week.
Photograph by Matt Hirata/HMSWIRE

Harvard men’s basketball prepares for conference play.

1.6.16

Sean D. Kelly
Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

Harvard prepares to reset its undergraduate curriculum—again.

12.21.15

Corey Johnson ’19 (shown here against Kansas) sank six three-pointers in the BU game to lead the Crimson to a 75-69 victory.

Corey Johnson ’19 (shown here against Kansas) sank six three-pointers in the BU game to lead the Crimson to a 75-69 victory.
Photograph by Gil Talbot/Harvard Athletic Communications

After nearly toppling Kansas, Harvard men’s basketball bests BU.

12.10.15

Despite the efforts of Yale linebacker Victor Egu, Crimson quarterback Scott Hosch ’16 managed a flip to freshman receiver Justice Shelton-Mosley, who took the ball the rest of the way. The 35-yard touchdown gave Harvard a 14-7 second-quarter lead in The Game.

Despite the efforts of Yale linebacker Victor Egu, Crimson quarterback Scott Hosch ’16 managed a flip to freshman receiver Justice Shelton-Mosley, who took the ball the rest of the way. The 35-yard touchdown gave Harvard a 14-7 second-quarter lead in The Game.
Gil Talbot/Harvard Athletic Communications

A fine finish to a nearly flawless football season

January-February 2016

A wall of formal portraits, five representing white male Harvard faculty and administrators, one representing a black undergraduate woman

Illustration by Chris Beatrice

Learning “what it means to be a walking disruption”

January-February 2016