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The talk by immigration activist Jose Antonio Vargas served as the keynote address for the 13th annual Alumni of Color Conference.
A panel of representatives from different groups on campus met Saturday afternoon to discuss Harvard's experience of modern feminism.
While there is a need to protect the right of the press, the former state attorney general argued, media coverage can influence the actions of both juries and attorneys.
In the wake of the recent outbreak of measles in California, panelists emphasized the need for Americans to be more informed in their decisions for or against vaccination Wednesday.
Adam S. Wong '17 is kissed by Keegan-Michael Key during an improv sketch at the IGP's Player of the Year ceremony.
Keegan-Michael Key takes his final bow to a standing ovation in a full-capacity Science Center B.
Keegan-Michael Key accepts a fake diploma from the members of IGP during the Player of the Year Ceremony.
Keegan-Michael Key gives an improvisational monologue in front of several IGP members.
An audience member videotapes Keegan-Michael Key and Karen Chee '17.
Keegan-Michael Key plays a confused Estonian while Mike A. Skerrett '18 and Aaron I. Henricks '16 explain functions of the brain.
Keegan-Michael Key calls on members of the audience for trigger words for one of his improvisational monologues.
Ezra H. Stoller '15, Kira S. Brenner '18, Mike A. Skerrett '18, and William J. Deuschle '18 act out al sketch in which children must be stowed under seats in an airplane.
Ezra H. Stoller '15 and Gwendolyn R. Thomas '17 perform a sketch.
Ezra H. Stoller '15 presents Keegan-Michael Key with a Harvard sweatshirt.