Cristina Kuhly, director of the movie “Shootdown,” discusses her film with students in the Fong Auditorium yesterday afternoon.
Faust's robe is supposed to make her look pure...or Puritan.
The Harvard College Pan-African Dance and Music Ensemble led the academic procession to the stage on the steps of Memorial Church. The troupe lined the central aisle between thousands of folding chairs as Faust and select well-wishers filed onto the stage
Faust accepted the second of Harvard's illustrious insignia, a bound copy of official Harvard records dating from 1639 to 1795, from former Harvard President Neil L. Rudenstine. The compilation contains an original sketch of the famous "Veritas" insignia.
Bass-baritone opera singer Simon Estes performed "Amazing Grace" as the ceremony entered its conclusion. Faust, University of Pennsylvania President Amy Gutmann '71, Gov. Deval L. Patrick '78, and others listen from the stage.
Professors must have felt like weary postmen as they marched towards Memorial Church Friday. But intermittent rain couldn’t dampen spirits
Toni Morrison reads yesterday afternoon in Memorial Church as a part of the events kicking off University President Drew G. Faust’s installation.
Former Harvard President Lawrence H. Summers presents a set of Veritas stamps to Drew G. Faust, who was installed as the University's 28th president on Friday.
In ‘Utopia, Limited,’ Fitzbattleaxe (Walter B. Klyce ’10) sings of his love for Zara (Charlotte Munson), who cautions him that love’s true words should be spoken softly. The show is running at the Agassiz Theatre through April 14.
The cast of “The Secret Lives of Umbrellas” brought a uniquely absurdist play, written by Jessica S. Benjamin ’07, to the Adams House Pool Theatre.
Annette Betanski and Holly Zagaria are among the many stars of the 69th annual Lowell House Opera, “Der Rosenkavalier.” Produced by Sarah S. Eggleston ’07, the show runs through March 17 in the Lowell House Dining Hall.
Timothy J. Olds ’10 kicks Master Yang Ju of the Shaolin Temple of China during a cultural exchange show celebrating the Chinese New Year in Adams House.
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