Megan M. Ross
Megan M. Ross '18 is Multimedia Chair of the 144th Guard of The Harvard Crimson. She studies computer science, lives in Pforzheimer House, and calls Glenageary, Ireland home.
Photographer Megan M. Ross can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow her on Twitter @meganross94.
Charles Chen Yidan visited Harvard last week to promote a new education prize named in his honor, the Yidan Prize.
An advertisement for The A.D. Club that appeared in the Crimson on August 31st. The all-male club, which is holding its first open punch this fall, accidentally invited a female student named Cory to punch last week, after apparently assuming she was male because of her name.
The Harvard College Office of Admissions and Financial Aid located at 86 Brattle Street.
Silliman College, the largest residential college at Yale University.
Students left notes, candles, flowers, red apples and several cans of kiwi-strawberry Arizona iced tea on Weeks Footbridge in memory of Tyler S. Greene, who drowned Friday night. The iced tea was, according to a fellow student who wished to remain anonymous, Greene's favorite drink.
A small memorial was set up at Weeks Footbridge over the weekend, in memory of Tyler S. Greene, an 18-year-old Summer School student who drowned after jumping into the Charles River Friday night.
Back in April, we here at Flyby got wind of HUDS’ plan to replace the coffee served in dining halls. HUDS coffee rarely lights a fire in even the most sleep-deprived eyes, being the kind of beverage one consumes out of necessity rather than for pleasure.
More than 200 Harvard affiliates gathered at the steps of Memorial Church on Tuesday to remember the victims of the Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando.
Eden H. Girma '18 performs "Ella's Song", encouraging the crowd to join in on the refrain "we who believe in freedom cannot rest until it comes".
Pusey Minister of Memorial Church Jonathan L. Walton places an index card on the steps of Memorial Church. Those in attendance were invited to write down on colorful cards the actions they pledged to take to combat hate and violence in the future.
Chair of the Federal Reserve System Janet Yellen in conversation with Robert M. Beren Professor of Economics N. Gregory Mankiw.
Former Chair of the Federal Reserve Ben S. Bernanke '75 speaks at Radcliffe Day on Friday.
Janet Yellen, the Chair of the Federal Reserve Bank, received the Radcliffe Medal during Radcliffe Day on May 27th. Speakers at the event included Dean of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study Lizabeth Cohen, Yellen's predecessor Ben S. Bernanke '75, and Robert M. Beren Professor of Economics N. Gregory Mankiw.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen was welcomed on stage by her predecessor, Ben S. Bernanke '75. Yellen and Bernanke are two of just four living individuals to have lead the central banking system of the United States, while Yellen is the first woman to have done so.