Incoming dean of the Harvard School of Public Health, Julio Frenk, served as Mexico's health minister from 2000 to 2006.
David L. Halberstam'55, former managing editor of The Crimson, died in a car crash Monday south of San Francisco.
Ned Lamont '76 celebrates his victory over incumbent Sen. Joe Lieberman in the Democratic state primary at the Four Points Sheraton in Meriden, Conn. yesterday.
Senate hopeful Ned Lamont '76 speaks to reporters outside of Greenwich High School in Greenwich, Conn. today, before voting in the Democratic state primary.
Jared Kushner, 25, new owner of the New York Observer, talks to a reporter in New York on Sunday. Kushner said he will work to increase advertising revenue, circulation and Web site traffic, but will leave editorial decisions up to the editors.
Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino speaks at a news conference at the Boston City Hall on Monday, discussing a plan to provide city-wide wireless internet access.
<font size=2><em> </em> <p align=left>Wreckage of burnt cars parked in front of damaged buildings is seen in the town of Choueifat, at the southern edge of Beirut, Lebanon yesterday.</p></font>
Amy C. McClendon died on Sunday in Louisiana. She spent the fall of 2005 at Harvard, after Hurricane Katrina forced her and other students to leave Tulane University in New Orleans.
This map of the world, stolen from Yale University, was one of 97 lifted by E. Forbes Smiley III, who pled guilty to the thefts earlier this month.
Australian Mountaineer Lincoln Hall, 50, was rescued by Cabot House Tutor Myles G. Osborne on the slopes of Mount Everest, the world's tallest mountain, on May 26.