Monday evening Chad Harbach '97 discusses his recent novel, The Art of Fielding, at an event sponsored by the Mahindra Humanities Center Undergraduate Committee. Harbach answered questions from student interviewers Madeleine Schwartz '12 and Mark Chiusano '12 about writing, baseball, and his experience at Harvard.
David Orama '12 spews Spanish "piropos," or catcalls, to the audience in Thursday evening's performance of Nuestra Senora de las Nubes.
David Orama '12 spews Spanish "piropos," or catcalls, to the audience of Thursday evening's performance of Nuestra Señora de las Nubes.
Visiting undergraduate Fernando de Testa, playing the role of Don Tello, looks on as Rocio Sanchez Ares, playing the role of his daughter Irma, fiercely refuses his pleas for her to find a husband in the play Nuestra Señora de las Nubes.
Taylor Reiter '15 explores the Human Evolutionary Biology concentration at the Advising Fortnight Kickoff Dinner in Annenberg. Advising Fortnight, which is designed to help the freshmen choose a concentration, will run for the next two weeks.
David J. Barron ’89 (left) and Fernando M. Reimers were appointed to the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education by Governor Deval Patrick on Monday.
Friday afternoon Anna Lee Hirschi, Smith College '15 (left), and Joan L. Brunetta, Williams College '15, discuss their experiences in the Cambridge Public School District at "The Five Paragraph Education." The event was sponsored by the Graduate School of Education's Civic and Moral Engagement Intitiative.
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