I am writing to correct a factual error I made in my discussions with the Undergraduate Council on Sunday night, which were the subject of an article in Monday's Crimson. General Colin Powell is apparently not the first African-American to be invited as Harvard's principal Commencement speaker. During the past 25 years, the speakers have included Barbara Jordan in 1977 and Ralph Ellison in 1974. Neil L. Rudenstine
Powell Not First Black Speaker
From Our Advertisers
This article has been written in collaboration with the team at Church Hill Classics who provide diploma frames, certificate frames and varied other gifts for graduation.
Nine teenagers embark on a three-week service trip in the Alaskan backcountry.
Harvard has had the pleasure to partner with the French Cultural Center numerous times over the last 70 years.
Take a look at one of the nation's only remaining collegiate in-house printing presses.