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Dean Rakesh Khurana addressed students in person after delivering the keynote address to organization leaders at the Student Organization Center at Hilles on Wednesday evening.
A sculpture stands at the annual Revere Beach National Sand Sculpting Festival, which lasted from July 18th to July 20th. Sculptors had a total of 24 hours to complete their pieces.
A sand castle stands at the annual Revere Beach National Sand Sculpting Festival, which lasted from July 18th to July 20th. The Festival attracted a wide variety of locals and tourists throughout the weekend.
Nayiri Ayanian '18 shows off to her fellow classmates one of the rabbits from the Crimson Key Society-sponsored petting zoo event, held on Sunday afternoon in Harvard Yard.
William Wu '18 cradles a black rabbit at the Crimson Key Society-sponsored petting zoo on Tuesday.
The newly renovated McKinlock Hall, including a new light court, opened for students a few days ago after undergoing a year of renovations.
The renovation of Leverett's McKinlock Hall included the first dining hall renovation of the House Renewal process.
The renovated McKinlock Hall houses many new facilities, including a student arts room.
The newly renovated McKinlock Hall opened for students after undergoing a year of renovations. The basement includes a variety of new facilities, including a student lounge.
The Class of 2014 filed into Memorial Church on Tuesday afternoon for the Baccalaureate Service, following a procession that originated in the Old Yard.
University President Drew Gilpin Faust delivered an address. which included a Breaking Bad analogy, on Tuesday's Baccalaureate Service in Memorial Church.
Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, second from left, touches on some of the challenges she faces today, as former Mexican President Felipe Calderón looks on during a launch event for the Kennedy School of Government's capital campaign Thursday afternoon.