Janelle Monáe, who performed at Yardfest this past weekend, receives The Women’s Center’s Award for Achievement in Arts and Media 2014. At the award ceremony she discuses about different questions of identity, including sex, gender, and sexuality, in her performances with Alexis Wilkinson ('15) and Jasmine Fernandez ('16).
Janelle Monáe, who performed at Yardfest this past weekend, receives The Women’s Center’s Award for Achievement in Arts and Media 2014. At the award ceremony she spoke about different questions of identity, including sex, gender, and sexuality, in her performances.
From left to right: Michelle L. Picard and Lyndsey B. Fry were named to the USA Women's Olympic Hockey team on Wednesday.
MIT Mirchi, a co-ed Bollywood dance team from MIT performs at Raunak, a yearly South Asian charity dance show. Dance teams from Borwn, MIT, Dartmouth, Columbia, Tufts, DC, NYU, UMass, as well as Harvard's Expressions, Breakers, AADT, SADC performed in this intercollegiate dance show.
Stephanie Killian '05 a Software Engineering Manager of Knewton talks about their technology and challenges at an event in the Harvard Faculty Club. Knewton is a New York City-based adaptive learning company that uses data to personalize the delivery of online learning content.
Members of the Class of 2017, seated in Memorial Church, watch a simulcast of Erin D. Drake ‘14’s address. On stage in Memorial Hall, Drake spoke of the ways in which plans change from freshman fall to senior year.
Erin D. Drake '14 delivers the Student Salutation at the fifth annual Freshman Convocation on Monday. Drake spoke of her own experiences during her first year, advising freshmen that their goals and plans would likely change during their time at Harvard.
The Kuumba Singers, a campus a capella group, performs “Kuumba Standard” as a choral interlude during the scheduled program.
Freshmen, seated with fellow residents of their freshman dorms, watch as Dean Michael D. Smith delivers an address to the crowd in Sanders Theatre.
In her annual Convocation Address, Harvard President Drew Gilpin Faust advises the Class of 2017 to learn from their peers and take lessons from their failures.