The walls of Lepore's office are decorated with a variety of books, posters, and artifacts from significant time periods in American history.
The door stands ajar in Lepore's office.
Lepore is also known for her "walking office hours." Students are welcome to walk around the Yard with the American history professor during their appointments.
A copy of The Dallas Morning News issue the morning after President John F. Kennedy's assassination lies across one of the tables in Lepore's office.
Lily C. Sugrue '16.
Director Sheldon K.X. Reid ‘96, GSE ‘98 accompanies students on the piano in Kuumba rehearsal to prepare for their upcoming concert.
Movie theater seats previously used in the Somerville Theatre during the 20th century are permanently affixed to the floor.
Jill Lepore, a professor of American history, in her office in Robinson Hall. Lepore is a staff writer for The New Yorker and the author of nine books.
More than 400 students were involved in the 25th annual Ghungroo dance performance last weekend.
Students sing at Kuumba rehearsal on Thursday night at the SOCH.
Zach T. Osborn '14.
Eli Wilson Pelton '16 reflects on the new web series "IVY", for which he plays many roles: director, writer, and character Ollie.