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Robert N. Hawthorne ‘15, Ewan H. Foster ‘15, and Caroline R.Brenin ‘15 watch from lock down in Cabot as Governor Deval Patrick gives a statement early Friday morning.
Joshua DuBois, former Special Assistant to President Obama and Executive Director of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, gives the William Belden Noble Lecture in Memorial Church on Monday.
Ken, left, and Frenchie, right, ask for spare change with their dog Penny outside clothier J. August. Ken ran an outdoor book store on the sidewalk of Massachusetts Ave. for eight years before having to shut down in 2013.
Karen Gordon Mills moderates a panel hosted by President Drew G. Faust and entitled "When Women Lead" in Sanders Theatre on April 7. Jill Abramson, Edith Cooper, and Janet Napolitano spoke about their professional experiences and the role of women in the workplace.
A sign in Milstein East of HLS leads students and members of the Harvard Community to the event "Charles Munger ’48: A Conversation with the Dean" on March 31. Munger, The Vice-Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway Corporation, spoke with Dean Martha Minow during the talk.
The 2014 Norton Lectures come to a close on March 31 with Set 6: "Once Upon A Time" of Herbie Hancock's lecture series, "The Ethics of Jazz". Hancock explained that "Once Upon A Time" was a phrase his friend and mentor, Miles Davis, often said while referring to Jazz music.
Herbie Hancock, left, performs with other jazz musicians in Sanders Theatre on March 31 during his final Norton Lecture, "Set 6: Once Upon A Time". Hancock warned the audience, "This is gonna be like a rehearsal. We're not prepared".
Dr. Hanan Ashrawi, an executive committee member of the Palestinian Liberation Organization, speaks at the JFK Forum at the IOP on Monday. Ashrawi explained the need for "international law to prevail" to help Palestinians gain rights in Israel.
Ruth Lepson (left) introduces Penelope Creeley (right) during "The Creeley Collective", a community gathering in the Thompson Room of the Barker Center to celebrate the late Harvard poet Robert Creeley. The talk included sporadic readings of Creeley's poems; many participants expressed their love of The Creeley Letters because they are easy to understand and relatable.
Kirkland holds a discussion in their Senior Common Room on March 10 after their housing day videos spark a controversy over respect for women and race relations.
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