Gavin Creel discusses his Tony-nominated performance as Claude in the 2009 Broadway revival of “HAIR” with other members of the show’s cast and creative team in a panel yesterday at the New College Theater.
Assistant Professor Lisa Brooks helps dispell the misconception that the history of New England Native Americans was poorly documented during her lecture “Adopting and Adapting Writing in Native Nations of the Northeast” yesterday.
Harvard students take part in the Harvard Outing Club’s annual square dance last night. Free to all, participants quickly learned dance steps and hoed down to live music all night in the Adams House Dining Hall.
A small sample of the Harvard Lecture Demonstrations Team's collection is stored in their prep room.
Former Phillips Brooks House Association Treasurer, Zach Lazar ‘04, shares his post-graduate experience with Clarissa Hart ‘14 at the PBHA’s first annual networking mixer last night.
Harvard students participate in the Harvard Outing Club’s annual square dance last night. Free to all, students quickly learned dance steps and hoed down to live music all night in the Adams House Dining Hall.
Panelist Randy Barnett, Carmack Waterhouse professor of legal theory at Georgetown University, discusses if President Obama’s health care reform is constitutional in front of an audience in Harvard Law School’s Austin Courtroom.
Professor Dame Gillian Beer of the University of Cambridge speaks about temporality and surrealism in Lewis Carroll’s novels in her talk titled “Alice in Time”, part of the Dean’s Lecture Series at the Radcliffe Institute.
Wearing shirts with the words “Stand with Japan,” audience members listen as Harvard Professors and the Consul General of Japan discuss the recent earthquake in the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum at the Kennedy School of Government.
Co-captain Ellen Macadam, shown here in earlier action, went 2-for-3 in the second game of Harvard’s doubleheader against the Bryant Bulldogs, but the game was called due to darkness in the fifth inning. The second baseman leads the Crimson with a .429 batting average on the season.
Junior co-captain Caroline Vloka, shown here in earlier action, is one of 11 members of the Harvard fencing team competing at the 2011 NCAA Collegiate Fencing Championships in Columbus, Ohio, this weekend. Vloka won the national title in the sabre event at last year’s Championships.
Much of the equipment used by the Harvard Lecture Demonstrations Team is stored in their prep room located in the Science Center.