James Franco gives a press conference immediately after receiving the Hasty Pudding Man of the Year Pudding Pot on Friday. Franco thanked the members of the Pudding for their hospitality before discussing his role in the recent film, Milk, and explaining
T.C. Boyle, author of the novel “The Women,” talks about his book at the Harvard Bookstore on Wednesday night.
A Charity event called “Dinner for Water” raises awarness about the lack of clean water in Africa. Many villages in Nigeria lack sources of clean water, according to Chioma Achebe ‘10, president of Harvard African Students Association.
Nearly 50 years after its founding, the Freshman Seminar Program has grown exponentially and has become a welcome contrast to large introductory lecture classes for first-years, but still suffers from some lasting problems.
Members of Harvard’s Collegium Musicum present a selection of a cappella holiday music at the Harvard Coop on Sunday afternoon.
A man attempts to pass through the turnstile at the Harvard T station. The T faced increased trafiic from homeward bound students yesterday.
Eric S. Chivian, director of the Center for Health and the Global Environment at Harvard Medical School, gives a talk at the Harvard Coop.
Women in Science at Harvard-Radcliffe (WISHR) host a panel on “The Flavors of Science” at the Lamont Forum Room on Sunday afternoon. Panelists discussed their experiences in Harvard’s graduate, medical, and dental schools.