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Madeline R. Lear

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The Naked Rule
College

The Naked Rule

Wyatt M. Robertson '18 stands armed with a plastic toy gun and ready to drop his towel if need be while playing 'Assassins' in Quincy House on Tuesday evening. According to game rules, participants can only "shoot" targets with the same attire. "So if someone comes at me, I just drop my towel and people can't shoot me," Robertson explained.

The Naked Rule
College

Photos of the Day 04.20.16

“The Donkey Show”
Theater

“The Donkey Show”

“The Donkey Show” runs at OBERON every Saturday night.

What Moves You?
Music

What Moves You?

"I want to hold [time] in my arms and tell it thank you/I’m done progressing through life/I want my soul to move through moments and decide their worth for myself," recited Anna K. Antongiorgi '19 during ‘What Moves You?’ a Harvard Dance Project performance combining dance, music, and poetry on Friday evening. The cast worked with choreographers to translate answers to the question ‘What moves you?’ into movement.

What Moves You?
Student Life

What Moves You?

"I want to hold [time] in my arms and tell it thank you/I’m done progressing through life/I want my soul to move through moments and decide their worth for myself," recited Anna K. Antongiorgi '19 during ‘What Moves You?’ a Harvard Dance Project performance combining dance, music, and poetry on Friday evening. The cast worked with choreographers to translate answers to the question ‘What moves you?’ into movement.

Drone Fair
Today in Photos

Photos of the Weekend 04.17.16

A Bright Future
Scrutiny

A Bright Future

"I have a sense of hope. Even though I'm going through what I'm going through, I still see a bright future ahead of me," explained Ayisha Monique Eddins, 22, a guest at Y2Y. Eddins hopes to pursue a career in psychology.

Stories from Boston's Homeless Youth
Scrutiny

Stories from Boston's Homeless Youth

Dorm Storming
College Life

Dorm Storming

Currier House residents storm into a freshman dorm to notify students of their house placement. “It’s going to be okay,” assured one upperclassmen through a megaphone.

Housing Day
College Life

Housing Day

Upperclassmen rally around the John Harvard statue before delivering letters to freshmen notifying them of their house placement. In recent decades, Housing Day has grown into a holiday for students at the College.

Kirkland Jedi
Student Life

Kirkland Jedi

Michael C. Rose ’17 dressed as a jedi for Housing Day. Students in Kirkland, famous for their house spirit, staked out the John Harvard statue in the middle of the night, according to Rose.

Quadded
Student Life

Quadded

“I think I used the phrase ‘I am down with any house besides Currier,’” said Ali Dastjerdi ’19 upon learning he will live in Currier House. After a few minutes, Dastjerdi warmed to the news and urged his blockmates to be positive.

Pfoho Festivity
College

Housing Day 2016

Michael D. Smith
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Michael D. Smith

Faculty of Arts and Sciences Dean Michael D. Smith, right, pictured at Commencement 2015.

Interfaith Peace Vigil
College

Interfaith Peace Vigil