Under Construction, a Christian a cappella group, warms holiday shoppers in the Square with carols, coffee, and cookies on Sunday afternoon. Jeremy P. Yang ’ 12 and Jessica S. Hightower ’09 share a laugh between songs.
Ben D. Gutierrez ‘10 reacts in surprise after a fellow student drops a dish of food at a vegan Thanksgiving potluck hosted by the Harvard Vegetarian Society in Eliot House yesterday evening.
Students enjoy pizza with Professor James Livesey, visiting professor in History, at the Center for European Studies on Friday
In an event sponsored by the Harvard College Democrats, students bussed up to New Hampshire to do some last minute campaigning for Obama. Here students receive training from a field worker before canvassing.
Helal A. Syed ’11 explains his research project on stem cells, entitled “A Cure for Cancer?”, to Dilshoda Z. Yergasheva ’09, who stopped by the Harvard Undergraduate Research Symposium in the Science Center on Saturday.
Kalpanam, a performance of Indian classical dance, took place in Lowell Lecture Hall Saturday night. In this segment, dancers express the emotion of wonder by portraying the resurrection of Jesus Christ in a piece set to contemporary and Western classical
Ninety-two year old Irma Bailey displayed her finest Southwestern jewelry, baskets, ceramics, and rugs at the Native American arts and crafts show over the weekend at the Peabody Museum.
Peter C. Shields, Jr. ’09, who goes by the stage name Petros, fimed a music video in the Lowell Dance Studio. Shields began performing as a child in Greece.
Paul Dzus, left, and Christopher Reid, staff members at the Center for European Studies, enjoy the rainy-day view of Annenberg Hall and the CES gardens from their surroundings at an open house hosted by the center on Friday afternoon.
Panja S. Lymswan, co-owner of Spice Thai Cuisine and 9Tastes, at the site of his new restaurant, Shabu Square, which will open at 97 Winthrop St. next month. The restaurant will specialize in shabu-shabu, a variety of hot pot that involves dipping vegetab
Bernanke, a 1975 graduate of Harvard, peppered his remarks to the departing undergraduate class with a few jokes and anecdotes, but most stuck with what he knows well—economic theory.