Kennedy School student Carlos Quintero writes “passion” on the arm of classmate Elisa DeAnda on Wednesday. Quintero and DeAnda’s messages were photographed as a part of the “Dear World Live” exhibition at the JFK Jr. Forum in the evening
Constantine Tarabanis '15 speaks about developing healthcare initiatives in Greece at "Repowering Greece: The Most innovative Ways to Revamp Greece" on Tuesday evening. The event's eight speakers delivered their ideas in seven minutes or less.
To be at the center of a movement, to work in constant collaboration with a community of people who believe in one goal, with one election in mind—it is this larger purpose of the campaign that drives these students.
President of Argentina Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner enters the JFK Jr. Forum on Thursday evening. During her lecture, Kircher touched on the controversial policies that she has supported as President, including Argentina's growing protectionism.
Burmese political opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi spoke about the development of democracy in Burma at the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum on Thursday evening. Aung San Suu Kyi, who spent fifteen years under house arrest until her release in 2010, told the packed audience that a sense of responsibility was a foundation for true freedom.
British author Zadie Smith signs a copy of a novel for a fan at the Cambridge Public Library. Smith's event, part of a tour to support her newest release, NW, was filled to its 300-person capacity an hour and a half before her talk began.