John Legend accepts a request for a birthday song, and sings the refrain from, "Ordinary People", at Cultural Rhythms in Sanders Theater.
Sound the Horn
Abdinasir Egal, a Human Rights Officer who works for the African Rights Monitor in Cambridge, speaks at Friday night's Sound the Horn event, organized by the Harvard African Student Association. Egal argues that life-threatening issues facing the Somalian people are still ongoing, despite what the media might have been portraying.
The Portland String Quartet plays Walter Piston's String Quartet No.1 at the reopening of Paine Concert Hall. The concert was part of a celebration of the legacy of John Knowles Paine, a former Harvard professor and the founder of Harvard's music department.
Café of India, located on Brattle Street, offers traditional Indian cuisine. Offering both take-out and catering options, as well as all-you-can-eat buffets, Café of India has been a popular restaurant in Harvard Square for over twenty years.
Gordon Bloom, left, moderates a talk held at the Institute of Politics Friday afternoon. On his right, the founder and C.E.O. of Ashoka, Bill Drayton ‘65, discusses how he believes that students hold the key to solving world problems.
The C.E.O. and founder of Ashoka, Bill Drayton ‘65, kicks off the Ivy Leadership Summit held this weekend with his speech on social entrepreneurship.