Jennifer Y Yao
Heels are donned. Flasks are filled. The studious atmosphere maintained throughout the week is temporarily exchanged for the bustling sights and sounds of pounding music and open bars.
Students speak to professionals working in the federal, state, and local government on Friday in the HGSE Gutman Conference Center. The Harvard Government Careers Student/Employer Meet-Up thinking about the shutdown was open to all students who are considering government jobs, internships, or fellowships.
University Hall at right, where many administrative matters are discussed.
Marisa L. Porges, International Security Program Fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, speaks against attacking Syria during the IOP “Attacking Syria: Yes or No?” Forum on Wednesday. The forum encouraged audience participation through the use of twitter and electronic response cards.
Harvard Law School Class Day Speaker Jeffrey Toobin '86, legal analyst for CNN and the New Yorker, encourages graduating law school students to practice beyond academic grades and achievements.
Harvard Law School Dean Martha Minow presents awards for community leadership, student citizenship, and justice to graduating law school students.
When students leave campus to go home due to mental health reasons, they are faced with a complex and stressful web of procedures and difficult choices which at times are beyond their control.
Humanistic fields of study at Harvard and around the globe have experienced deteriorating enrollment due to changing attitudes toward the practicality of the humanities in modern society.
Dean Evelynn M. Hammonds walks around Memorial Church before the Baccalaureate Service on Tuesday. Dean Hammonds's resignation was officially announced Tuesday morning.
The Class Marshals of 2013 pose for a photo during the processional before the Baccalaureate Service on Tuesday in Memorial Church.
President Drew Gilpin Faust addresses the graduating class of 2013 on "running towards" the future and their many accomplishments including broken NCAA brackets, Rhodes Scholars, and continuous football wins against Yale. President Faust and members of the class of 2013 spoke at the Baccalaureate Service on Tuesday in Memorial Church.
Graduating seniors assemble on the steps of Widener Library to pose for their senior class photo following the Baccalaureate Service on Tuesday.
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