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Nicholas B. Snavely's '10 first impression of Tina Y. Tan '10 couldn't have been that great. After all, she was mad at him for having received the science department's award for being the student with the highest grade in the class.
Commencement keynote speaker David H. Souter '61 was one of ten recipients of honorary degrees from the University during the morning exercises on Thursday.
In the first of a short series, we look at the bellhops who work at the class reunions at Harvard.
Chairs and programs line Tercentenary Theatre prior to the morning exercises of the 359th Commencement on May 27, 2010.
The Autumn River Brass Band leads senior undergraduates from Dunster House into Harvard Yard to take part in Commencement exercises on May 27, 2010.
Members of the Harvard College Class of 2010 fill the aisles of The Memorial Church during a service led by Reverend Peter J. Gomes.
James V. DiPaola, Sheriff of Middlesex County, calls the meeting of the 359th Commencement to order.
The recipients of honorary degrees join the Commencement Choir and University Band in singing The Star-Spangled Banner at the start of morning exercises on May 27, 2010.
Mary Anne Marks '10 concludes her presentation of the Latin Salutatory, entitled "Cor Harvardianum, Cor Nostrum (The Heart of Harvard, Our Heart)."
James "Jimmy" Tingle MPA '10 discussed his childhood in Cambridge and struggle with statistics at Harvard during his Graduate English Address, "The Town, The Gown, and Asking for Help."
Graduates are all smiles during the conferring of degrees on candidates from the Harvard School of Dental Medicine.
Graduates from the Harvard Divinity School observe the morning exercises of the 359th Commencement on May 27, 2010.
Students from the Harvard Law School Class of 2010, gavels in hand, celebrate their graduation during the morning exercises of Commencement.
Harvard Business School graduates take part in the 359th Commencement in Tercentenary Theatre.