Speakers at the Presidents' Round Table discuss the aims of their universities and how to transform the future (Nov 29). From left to right: Merilee Grindle (Chair; director of DRCLAS), Andrés Benítez (Rector, Universidad Adolfo Ibañez), Carlos Peña (Rector, Universidad Diego Portales), Ignacio Sánchez (Rector, Universidad Católica de Chile), Jaime Arancibia (Academic Vice Rector, Universidad de los Andes), and Mauricio Escudey (Vice Rector of Research and Development, Universidad de Santiago de Chile).
The Art of Sound
Artists and visitors examine art pieces as they listen to corresponding music compositions at the Art of Sound exhibit at the SOCH. The exhibit will run from November 29 to December 15.
Harvard Book Store patrons share stories about their experiences with the longterm Harvard Square fixture on Thursday evening at the store’s 80th Birthday Party. Visitors browsed the collections and sipped apple cider.
Bain Shares Spoken Word
Spoken word artist Bryonn Bain performs at the SOCH on Thursday. This year, Bain is teaching a “Hip Hop and Spoken Word” course at the College.
Junior guard Christine Clark currently leads Harvard in scoring, averaging 18.1 points per game. Clark and the rest of the Crimson offense will have its hands full on Saturday against a capable Hofstra defense.
Quincy courtyard is illuminated only by lights from construction vehicles as Harvard and other areas of Cambridge are affected by an electricity blackout.
Chambers of Secrets
The Crimson will rely on production from freshman point guard Siyani Chambers when it takes on Fordham on Saturday night at Lavietes Pavillion. Harvard fell, 60-54, on the road against the Rams last season.