Songs ranging from a Chinese tune that depicts the seven states of being drunk to a rendition of an instrumental piece in the French film ‘Amelie’ filled Dudley House dining hall Sunday night during the World Music Ensemble’s fall concert.
For doctoral candidates in the humanities graduating from Harvard, the path to professorship is especially long, rocky, and uncertain—qualities that have only been worsened by the current economic climate.
Special offerings such as Maine Lobster Bisque, five-cheese tortellini with spinach and mushrooms, and New England apple crisp had students going back for seconds and thirds during Wednesday night’s Food Day dinner.
Harvard students can look forward to Greek recipes in their dining hall after Thanksgiving break, when several concoctions created by Greek-American chef Diane Kochilas will be featured in the winter menu.
At a monthly meeting of the Graduate School Council on Wednesday, members of the Council discussed whether the Council should continue with a representative democracy or move toward a direct democracy system. A proposed change would allow non-departmental representatives to vote on the issues that the GSC puts forth.
Meng will replace classics professor Richard J. Tarrant, who has served as interim dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science’s graduate school since Dean Allan M. Brandt stepped down in February due to poor health.
Under the shade of the Holmes Field trees, U.S. Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. urged the Harvard Law School Class of 2012 on their Class Day to pursue public service after their graduation the next day.