University President Drew G. Faust welcomes Gerald L. Chan on stage at the unveiling of his foundation’s $350 million gift to the Harvard School of Public Health in September 2014.
Andrew Fischer catches the game-winning score of the Harvard-Yale game on Nov. 22. The Crimson beat the Bulldogs, 31-24, in a thriller at Harvard Stadium that ensured sole possession of the Ivy title for Harvard.
A last-minute touchdown catch for senior wide receiver Andrew Fischer propelled the Harvard football team to an Ancient Eight title over archrival Yale.
Students used spray paints to color a canvas in Quincy courtyard as part of an Interactive Art in the Courtyard event in the house.
An art exposition called Indices showcased the role of books in today’s media-filled society. The artwork re-appropriated various indexes into enclosures and dynamic surfaces.
An interactive kinetic sculpture by Kim Bernard, a visiting Artist-in-Residence in the Physics department, shows how the laws of physics can be applied to create beautiful art forms Thursday evening at 29 Garden Street.
Mark F. Steinbrick ’17, right, and Luke R. Heine ‘17, left, are two of the co-founders of Summer Playbook, a website that enables Ivy League students to meet up with other students that are travelling to the same areas as they are during the summer.
Dean of Freshmen Thomas A. Dingman ’67, right, discuss the benefits of attending Harvard College, its research facilities, and its close proximity to the city of Boston to prospective students' parents.
A panel of Harvard College administrators talk to parents of prospective students about what the college offers to students.
Shiri Eisner, left, an activist, writer, and researcher residing in Tel Aviv, is presented with a Harvard sweatshirt after the 2015 Nicholas Papadopoulos lecture in Fong Auditorium. The discussion focused on the notion of bisexuality and the intersection of bisexuality and politics.
Mary Dalton, a Canadian poet, reads various poetry selections from her body of work in front of an audience at Fong Auditorium in Boylston Hall on Tuesday evening.
In a sign of the University’s preparation for spring, areas of Harvard Yard are cordoned off to protect newly planted grass seeds.