Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Michael D. Smith, Dean of the College Evelynn M. Hammonds, and University President Drew G. Faust discuss social "common spaces" and secondary fields in Sever Hall on Sunday night, in an open panel discussion led by the Undergraduate Council.
A group of students, the majority of whom are involved in Harvard's Sustained Dialogue program, celebrate De-Stereotype Me Day 2011 this Thursday in their rally on the Science Center lawn.
A group of students, the majority of whom are involved in Harvard's Sustained Dialogue, gather in front of the Science Center on Thursday for the De-Stereotype Me Day 2011 Rally.
What I Touched: “Old Guy in Robes,” oil on canvas How It Felt: I was expecting silky smoothness. But I was disappointed by stubble, once again.
What I Touched: Bust of Alexander Agassiz ’55 How It Felt: If I were a bigger man, I would have gone ahead and stroked his lustrous bald head.
Freshman forward Michael Innocenzi maintains possession in the men's soccer game against Brown, in which the Bears snagged a first-half goal to defeat Harvard 1-0.
Scott Prozeller, junior midfielder, sprints up the field in a final attempt to pressure the goal in Saturday night's match against Brown. The Bears defeated Harvard 1-0.
Eric Slignerland, sophomore defender, is pulled down as he clears the ball in Saturday night's game against Brown, in which the Bears defeated Harvard 1-0.
Co-producer Katherine Price and Lighting Designer Rossi Walter cue a blackout during the show, which was held in the Adams Pool Theater this weekend.
Frankie (Omar Cancio) siezes the moment and kisses Kim (Mary Hallowell) duirng the one act play, Affordable Rates and Color TV, directed by Andy J. Boyd ‘14.
Kim (Mary Hallowell) is forced by her abusive boyfriend, Scott (Will Kehler) to drink a pot of old coffee.