Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks at Sanders Theatre on March 11, 2002. The then-senator discussed tax policy and public service six months after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.
A portrait of Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin, the first person to receive a Ph.D. in astronomy from Harvard, was hung last year in the Faculty Room in University Hall. Only two of 49 portraits hanging in the room are of women.
Hauser Hall, named for Rita E. Hauser, co-chair of Harvard's $2.6 billion capital campaign, and her husband Gustav Hauser.
IYEOKA OKOAWO of the Spoken Word Society sings at a candle light gathering as part of “Take Back the Night” week on April 10.
IYEOKA OKOAWO recites poetry at a candlelight vigil in front of Widener Library last night. The vigil was part of 'Take Back the Night' week, which ends tonight with a benefit concert in Memorial Church.
ANICA C. LAW ’06 dances with the Traditional Chinese Dance Troupe at Leverett Dining Hall Saturday night.
SUZANNE M. POMEY and RANDY J. GOMES await sentencing yesterday in Middlesex Superior Court. The two will not serve time in prison but their convictions will be entered on their permanent records.
CYRUS R. MEHTA, of the Harvard Zoroastrian Association, delivers an address at the University’s Sept. 11 observance ceremony Wednesday. Religious leaders, students and University President LAWRENCE H. SUMMERS (L) addressed a crowd of thousands.
Rep. Jarrett Barrios (L), CARLO DEMARIA (C) and former Cambridge Mayor ANTHONY GALLUCCIO (R) engage in a heated debated at the ARCO Forum yesterday evening.
Workers, students and community members enjoy the nice weather on Saturday at a feast organized by Harvard janitors to celebrate the relationship between students and workers outside the Science Center.
BILL O’REILLY advises his ARCO forum audience last night not to worry about being politically correct.
Students FELICIA M. SONMEZ (L), MIKE M. MURANO (C) and GARY P. HO (R) gather to remember the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II last night.
Sen. HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON (D-N.Y.) discusses tax policy and public service at Sanders yesterday.
Brown University scholar SERGEI N. KHRUSCHEV, son of former Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev, speaks about the United States’ war on terrorism at the Law School’s Austin Hall last night.