Newell Flather shares his experiences as a Peace Corps volunteer at the Harvard Peace Corps Discussion Panel at the Kennedy School of Government yesterday afternoon.
The Harvard Undergraduate Drummers, Harvard’s only percussion ensemble, uses bins to create music in the Science Center Plaza yesterday as part of the “Chairs Revue.”
Roma Bhattacharjea, Senior Gender Advisor for the UNDP, discusses women’s social, economic, and political empowerment in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Harvard’s tight ends, junior Kyle Juszczyk and sophomore Cameron Brate, have been leaders in Harvard’s offensive effort this season, and the pair has out-received any other duo of wide receivers so far this year.
Keep the heart Keating
Sophomore Kyleigh Keating, pictured above in previous action, has taken on the challenge of playing two sports in the 2011-2012 year. After a strong freshman showing on the women’s lacrosse team last spring, Keating has found similar success in her first season on the field hockey squad, ranking second on the team in shot percentage and third in goals.
Harvard Business School lecturer Nicolas P. Retsinas (right) greets Habitat for Humanity CEO Jonathan Reckford before Reckford's address on affordable housing at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
The 11th President of India, A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, speaks about goals that nations of the world should achieve by 2030, including economic development and creative leadership at Loeb House yesterday.