Josef W. Wegner of the University of Pennsylvania points out an archaeological find during his talk on “Excavations at South Abydos” in Harvard Hall yesterday.
Columbia Professor Ellen F. Morris speaks about the Ancient Egyptian enslavement of prisoners of war in tthe Barker Center.
Jay P. Dolan, professor emeritus at Notre Dame University, presents his new book “The Irish Americans: A History” at the Harvard Book Store on Monday.
Former University President Lawrence H. Summers, currently acting as a senior advisor to Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama, answers students’ questions about the economy and the election yesterday at Hillel.
Captain Shelly Madick, shown here in earlier action, has pitched 25.2 consecutive innings of shutout ball. The last run she surrendered was on March 30 against Princeton. Madick is 6-9 with a 3.29 ERA and 67 strikeouts on the season, and has picked up fou
The remains of an igloo lie in the Eliot House courtyard after it was destroyed around 1 a.m. Sunday morning by individuals wearing Harvard Hockey jackets, launching a firestorm of e-mails assailing the athletes over the House open-list.
Oliver Sacks, famous author and noted neurologist, speaks at First Parish Church about his latest work, Musicophilia.
New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, pictured with University President Drew G. Faust, received the Julius B. Richmond Award from the Harvard School of Public Health yesterday for promoting health in the city and beyond.
The Prescott Street home of the Expository Writing Program, which administers the college’s only universally required class and is currently beset by facutly infighting amid concern over the program’s future.