Talk with George Bennett: "Serial Entrepreneur" of Bain & Co., Braxton Associates, Health Dialog, and Symmetrix
George Bennett speaks to students about his leadership experience in everything from consulting to the boy scouts at "Bain, Braxton, and Health Dialog: Leadership Lessons from a Serial Entrepreneur." The talk was sponsored by the OCS, LIHC, and Conversations with Kirkland; it was moderated by sophomore Gabriel Lloyd.
Health Financing for Universal Coverage
Rob Yates, a British economist and senior health adviser, addresses the audience during a panel on "Health Financing for Universal Coverage" yesterday at the John F. Kennedy School of Government. Here he describes the sudden rush of patients to a hospital in Africa that recently implemented a new healthcare system.
Venezuelan Legacy Series
In order to highlight the potential of musicians as community leaders and entreprenuers, the Venezuelan Legacy Series hosted a panel and chamber orchestra performance on Thursday, April 7 in Tsia Auditorium in CGIS. The Chamber Orchestra was made up of a variety of talented musicians from Project STEP, Boston Arts Academy, and YOURS project as well as members of the Camerata Latinoamericano and the Youth Orchestra of the Americas.
Joanne Herman, a transgender spokesperson and author of "Transgender Explained For Those Who Are Not," speaks at Trans 102 held Emerson 305 Thursday night. Trans 102 is an in-depth multimedia presentation on trans terms and issues.
At the Diversity in Higher Education panel at the Office of Career Services, Evelynn Hammonds stresses the importance of having a mentor and enchants the crowd with her personal recollections of how she became dean at Harvard University.
Kirkland gym, pictured above, is considering eliminating free weights and perhaps closing the gym altogether.
Assistant District Attorneys David M. Solet and Daniel J. Bennett '85 and Associate Justice John T. Lu lead the jury of the Kirkland shooting case on a view of Kirkland House. The trip marked the beginning of thethe second day of evidence of alleged shooter Jabrai Jordan Copney.
Crimson junior Rachel Brown will face off with Cornell senior Elizabeth Dalrymple in a match-up of two of the conference’s elite pitchers tomorrow afternoon. Brown leads the Ivy League with 178 strikeouts this season.
Senior shortstop Sean O’Hara, shown here in earlier action, is fourth on the team with a .270 batting average this year. The Crimson fell to 3-21 on the season yesterday after being toppled on the road at Bryant, 12-1.
THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY
Sophomore goaltender Harry Krieger goes up against a Cornell offense that is second in the nation in goals per game thus far this season. Harvard has not beaten the Big Red since 1999.
Junior attacker Monica Zdrojewski, leads the Crimson into a weekend of matchups with CWPA rivals Princeton, Michigan, and Bucknell. Harvard looks to improve upon a 1-6 road record on the year thus far.
Annenberg Top Chef
Freshmen, using ingredients only available in the dining hall, compete to see who has the most culinary creativity, in Annenberg's Top Chef: competitors had 30 minutes to dish out a main course and a dessert entree.