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.
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.
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.
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.