Harvard's President Drew Gilpin Faust takes a tour through the "Tangible Things" exhibit in the Science Center. The collection of two-hundred artifacts, a product of the class, "Tangible Things: Harvard Collections in World History" will be on display until May 29.
John McConnell, speechwriter for George W. Bush and Dick Cheney, describes his experiences working in the White House and offers tips for writing a successful speech in a discussion with students at the Institute of Politics yesterday.
Catherine Rielly explains the mission of Rubia in Afghanistan: to educate women and empower them to earn an income through embroidery, a traditional craft, in order to become active members of their families and communities.
Usually a social space in the center of Harvard Yard, the brightly colored chairs near Stoughton Hall are vacant as students avoid them on a rainy, overcast April afternoon.
Freshman shortstop Jake McGuiggan, shown here in earlier action, whose play was one of the Crimson’s few bright spots yesterday, had two of the team’s three hits in the first matchup against Bryant.
After captaining the Crimson’s basketball squad during his time as an undergraduate, Fred Schernecker ’89-’90 turned to the links as Harvard’s director of golf where he serves as both an administrator and a mentor.