The papyrus fragment above is the portion that Harvard Divinity School Professor Karen L. King believes to feature evidence that Jesus was married, a claim that has been disputed by the Vatican.
Cockroaches inhabit a corner of the Harvard Museum of Natural History a mini-exhibit that opened Saturday September 29 as part of the larger gallery titled "Arthropods: Creatures that Rule."
UC Supports National Coming Out Day
Members of the Undergraduate Council posed for photographs in support of Harvard's LGBTQ Office and National Coming Out Day at their second General Meeting Sunday, Sept. 30.
7-Election 2012, a mobile polling truck operated by 7-Eleven convenience stores, offered free coffee and photographs to passersby near Boylston Gate on Sunday, September 30.
Nicole Hirschhorn ‘16, Jake Silberg ‘15, and Andrew Boyd ‘14, members of the Immediate Gratification Playes (IGP) improvisational comedy troupe, perform a skit in the Freshman Debut Show.
Sparks House Tailgate
Students and Harvard community members enjoy pizza and drinks at Reverend Jonathan L. Walton’s inaugural Sparks House tailgate.
Philip Streich '13
Philip Streich '13, second from left, poses with his freshman roommates from Weld on the day of Freshman Convocation. In addition to being a talented intellectual, Streich was also a social force for his class.
Robert A. HIll, Professor Emeritus of History at the University of California, Los Angeles, discusses race, ethnicity, and African identity at the graduate student-organized conference "Reconsidering Caribbean Diaspora." FridaSeptember 28
An Evening With Champions
Melanie Lambert and Fred Palascak perform during "An Evening with Champions," benefitting the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s Jimmy fund.