21Students visit the Harvard Museum of Natural History while human and chimpanzee skeletons eerily look on. 14A hawk takes off from the weather vane of Dillon Field House. 2Stanley Hoffmann, Paul and Catherine Buttenwieser University Professor Emeritus, strolls past a stop sign outside his office at the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies. 18The ornate lattice of an Eliot House gateway. 13Killer and bottlenose whale skeletons from Harvard University’s Museum of Comparative Zoology pose no danger to a student using his phone in the entrance of the Northwest Building. 17Stained-glass windows made in 1900 by Sarah Wyman Whitman commemorate those who surrendered their lives in the War of the Rebellion inside Annenberg Hall. 4Anne Takesian, a visiting postdoc, carries a science poster about her research as steam rises in the background at the Biology Labs. 10Karl Ikerman (left), 2, and Daniel Reyes, 3, play a giant chess game while students look on. 1A woman talks on her phone outside Harvard’s Memorial Church. 9The reflection from the metallic surface of a food truck refrigerator gives a kaleidoscopic view of pedestrians in the Science Center Plaza. 15Memorial Hall’s stained-glass windows blur passersby. 16The newly renovated Fogg Art Museum and Fine Arts Library is measured for a bike rack while undergoing construction. 12Shamrock-shaped architectural details and stained-glass windows adorn the grand ceilings of Memorial Hall’s Annenberg Hall. 6Nieman Fellow Alison MacAdam enjoys a master class with Broadway actor and vocalist Brian Stokes Mitchell (not pictured), as part of the Learning From Performers series inside Agassiz House. 7A student rushes past exhibition mirrors inside Gund Hall at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. 3Memorial Church is framed by the shadow of Sever Hall’s arch. 8An advertisement for the student performance of “Isaac’s Eye” by Lucas Hnath, directed by Jumai Yusuf ’16 and produced by Alice Berenson ’16, is seen in a tunnel between Massachusetts Avenue and Harvard Yard. 19A construction worker completes a copper roof during the renovation of the Tozzer Library. 5Salvatore Rinchiera ’14 learns how to ride a unicycle outside Leverett House. 11Stone lions frame the entrance to the Harvard-Yenching Library. 20Nikki Long, a student in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, descends the staircase of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology as early spring buds prepare to blossom. Between the hubbub of classes, panels, arts events, and myriad opportunities the University offers, the Harvard campus is brimming with common spaces, libraries, and museums, where a flurry of work, performances, and other spontaneous activity also take place. In this collection of photographs, shot surreptitiously with wide-angle and long-focus lenses, the vivacious Harvard community is seen from a new angle.
Cristiano Ronaldo has rejected accusations he said he is “sad” at Real Madrid to get more money from the club.Ronaldo, 27, refused to celebrate either of his goals in Sunday’s 3-0 win against Granada and revealed his disquiet to reporters after the match.Several theories have been put forward to explain his mood, but Ronaldo denied his motives are financial.“I am accused of wanting more money, but one day it will be shown that this is not the case,” the forward said. Apart from the argument that the Portugal international is angling for a new contract, it has also been suggested that he was upset by a perceived lack of support from his club in his bid to be named World Player of the Year for a second time and because Barcelona midfelder Andres Iniesta was selected as Uefa’s Best Player in Europe last week.Ronaldo has made a huge impact since joining Madrid from Manchester United for a world record £80m fee in 2009, and his 46 La Liga goals last season played a key role in helping Real becoming Spanish champions. He moved to ease fears from supporters that his performance level would decline by guaranteeing “that my motivation, dedication, commitment and desire to win all competitions will not be affected” by his feelings as he has “too much respect for myself and for Real Madrid to ever give less to the club than all I am capable of.”Real team-mate and former Liverpool defender Alvaro Arbeloa offered his support to Ronaldo.He said: “If Cristiano is sad and needs the support of his team-mates then of course he is going to get it. And if it is the support of the fans, I am sure they will give it.“In Real Madrid we are a family. When one member is not as happy as he should be we help him.“When things are not right we all help.” read more