David I. Fulton-Howard
Original Publication Date: January 21, 2009 Because of the changes to the Jan. 20 final exam schedule—including moving Government 1540: “The American Presidency” to a week earlier and pushing up the time of the morning exams—many more Harvard undergraduates were able to celebrate the inauguration of President Obama.
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Firefighters suspect an electrial malfunction sparked the blaze that almost completely destroyed the church.
The fire spared little at the church, with only the brick exterior escaping major damage.
Dean Evelynn Hammonds introduces the live auction for PBHA’s Summer Urban Program. The auction, which featured items such as vacation packages and memorabilia, occurred along with a silent auction in the Cambridge Queen’s Head Pub last night.
Mladjan Dinkic, Serbia’s Deputy Prime Minister, discussed steps Serbia and the U.S. could take to ride out the global economic crisis yesterday afternoon.
The concert, which featured Sara Bareilles and Ratatat, was held on the steps of Memorial Church in Harvard Yard.
Students jostled for a clear view of Bareilles and Ratatat so that they could take pictures and video of the artists.
Students sit on the steps of Widener Library, soaking up the sun and enjoying the music. Sunday’s temperatures were in the 40s, but the sky was clear.
The College Events Board, which organizes the annual event, set up tire swings throughout Harvard Yard. They proved to be popular with students both before and during the concert.
Customers take advantage of the Harvard Square Post Office’s regular hours before the post office shortens the hours it will be open by a half hour starting next month.