Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and columnist Nicholas D. Kristof ’81 shared his thoughts on the state of the news industry and gave advice for future humanitarian efforts to an audience of students and parents in Kirkland House Saturday afternoon.
Nicholas Kristof, two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, discusses the challenges in effecting change in poverty and global health in the Kirkland House Junior Common Room on Saturday.
William J. “Bill” Baxley, the former Attorney General of Alabama, spoke at Kirkland House on his role in prosecuting one of the men involved with the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing—a moment often thought of as a turning point in the civil rights movement.
A fight broke out among four non-Harvard affiliates in front of Kirkland House around 8 p.m. Sunday, according to Kirkland House Master Verena A. Conley.
Jonathan Alter ’79 entertained a group of Harvard students on Thursday with colorful stories of recent presidential campaigns and the personal life of President Obama, explaining that our president is “fundamentally different in private and public.”
Michael Dukakis, the 1988 Democratic nominee for president, speaks with students and associates of Kirkland house on Wednesday night.
Alongside her husband, Katharine D. Dukakis called for an increased awareness to the benefits of electroconvulsive therapy at an event in Kirkland House Wednesday evening.
The baby squirrel that has been frequenting Kirkland Courtyard of late does not appear to have made any strides in his development of self-dependency. In addition to continued displays of freakish domestication and unnatural levels of comfort around humans, the baby squirrel is now laying claim to backpacks and does not appear to be leaving any time soon.
Joanna Li '12, a Kirkland House resident and neurobiology concentrator who had been on leave from the College since last spring semester, died Tuesday in Somerville, Kirkland House administrators announced in an email to the House community Wednesday night.
Darragh Nolan hands the Levenson Prize to Gabriel Bujokas for exceptional teaching of undergraduates at the Advising Awards in the Kirkland Dining Hall. Awards were given to TFs, professors, PAFs and other advisers on Tuesday.
Next September, every upperclassman house and freshman residential yard except Kirkland House will elect new Undergraduate Council representatives.
Screenwriter Geoffrey S. Fletcher ’92, most famous for writing the film “Precious,” reflected on his growth from a Harvard student with a passion for films to an Academy Award winner Thursday afternoon at a small table discussion with students.
Upperclass students cheer on freshmen as they walk through the house tables.