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For those who were too busy studying for their midterms, it was recently revealed that Michael R. Bloomberg, former mayor of New York City and sixteenth wealthiest person in the world (hey, we’re moving up from last year’s 580th), will speak at Harvard’s 363rd Commencement Ceremony on May 29. Hey Mikey, since we know you read Flyby, here are some tips to help you with your speech.
Michael R. Bloomberg, the former mayor of New York City and the co-founder of the multibillion dollar financial information company Bloomberg L.P., will address graduates and their families at Harvard’s 363rd Commencement Exercises on May 29.
An interactive examination of the habits, preferences, and plans of the graduating senior class.
University President Drew G. Faust addresses Harvard graduates, friends, and family members at commencement's afternoon exercises.
Addressing thousands of new graduates and their supporters in Tercentenary Theatre, University President Drew G. Faust argued Thursday afternoon that research spending cuts stemming from sequestration threaten Harvard’s ability to mount an effective intellectual response to crises like those experienced this year.
In the commencement 2013 afternoon exercises, Oprah Winfrey encouraged students to rebound from setbacks, using her own experiences as examples of how to do so.
Oprah Winfrey, the media mogul and philanthropist of international fame, urged the University’s newest graduates to embrace setbacks as an opportunity for growth in her Commencement speech in Tercentenary Theatre Thursday afternoon.
After completing the longest contract negotiations in the union's history, HUCTW members feel that Harvard can do more to maintain ideal standards for its non-faculty members.
University President Drew G. Faust and Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino talk at the opening of the Harvard Innovation Lab in Allston in November 2011.
Former University President Lawrence H. Summers meets with Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino in 2006 for Summers's last appearance in Allston before leaving his position as president.
Now, with the changes nearly complete, members and university governance experts say that these reforms have been largely successful. Along with its growth in size, the Corporation has expanded its contact with Harvard’s stakeholders by adding members that are increasingly involved with Harvard life.
The decision to move SEAS to Allston has some faculty and students worried that physical distance will hinder the school's mission of integrating engineering and applied sciences with the liberal arts.
President Drew Gilpin Faust addresses the graduating class of 2013 on "running towards" the future and their many accomplishments including broken NCAA brackets, Rhodes Scholars, and continuous football wins against Yale. President Faust and members of the class of 2013 spoke at the Baccalaureate Service on Tuesday in Memorial Church.