Marisol Ramirez '10 (back) and Diana Robles '10 (front), members of Harvard's Ballet Folklórico de Aztlán, perform during Presencia Latina's ¡Celebra, Harvard! on Friday, April 23, 2010. (CORRECTION: An earlier version of the caption for this photograph misidentified the depicted individuals. The caption has been changed to reflect this error.)
Director of Harvard’s Office of Sustainablity, Heather Henriksen, applauds Harvard’s progress during the Green Carpet Awards on Friday.
An admitted student adds his name to the Harvard Health Policy Review email list at the Student Activities Fair yesterday, one of many events held for prospective students during this past weekend’s visiting program.
hrmdc in transit dance
Members of the Harvard-Radcliffe Modern Dance Company perform “In Transit” at the Harvard Dance Center last Saturday, April 24, 2010.
Faust Addresses Pre-Frosh
President Drew Faust takes questions from admitted students and their parents who filled Sanders Theater tPresident Drew G. Faust takes questions from admitted students and their parents who filled Sanders Theater to capacity last Saturday afternoon during the opening presentation of the April Visiting Program.
A student sifts through dresses at the Styleta dress swap at the Lowell Junior Common Room yesterday. Styleta, a student-founded fashion nonprofit, organized the event to raise money for charities that address the needs of women.
Elizabeth A. T. McLeod ‘11, Elizabeth K. Kinsey, ‘12, and Katie A. Ericksen ‘11 walk during Relay for Life last Friday to support the fight against cancer.
John Sweeney, an IOP fellow and President Emeritus of the AFL-CIO, leads his last study group on “The Future of American Unions and Politics” on Wednesday, April 14, 2010, at the Institute of Politics.
Female Orgasm Seminar
Megan Andelloux discusses women's sexual response in front of a full crowd in Science Center C on April 23 at the Sixth Annual Female Orgasm seminar; sponsored by the Radcliffe Union of Students.
EARTH DAY 2010
A handmade sign points passersby to the 2010 Earth Day Festival last Saturday, April 24, which featured local foods, live bands, food, and games in the Mac Quad to celebrate the environment and sustainability.