Faust on University Education
University President Drew G. Faust leads a discussion on the future of university education with Richard C. Levin and David J. Skorton, the former presidents of Yale and Cornell, respectively.
Hey Harvard, it’s finally Friday. Michael Crichton was born today– “Jurassic World,” anyone?

IN THE ATMOSPHERE

It’s going to be sunny, but slightly chillier than Thursday with a high of 52 and low of 32.

IN THE D-HALL

Lunch

Smoked Turkey Panini on Wheat Flatbread
Catch of the Day
Spicy Jalapeno Jack Cheese and Macaroni
Waffle Fries

Dinner

Indian Turkey Casserole
Tandoori Chicken Murgi
Tofu Curry Noodle Stirfry
Biryani Rice

ON FLYBY

Advice for Freshman Parents Weekend
We're looking at you, freshmen.

Jimmy Fallon is Coming to Harvard
Time to prep for the coveted selfie for social media, right?

IN THE NEWS

Student-Faculty Committee Will Review Title IX Policies
A student-faculty committee will soon convene to review how Harvard implements its sexual assault policies, analyze data on investigations, and possibly recommend policy changes.

Navy Secretary Discusses Naval Reform and Veterans Issues
U.S. Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus highlighted his efforts to reduce the incidence of sexual assault in the military to students, government officials, and veterans gathered to hear him speak at Harvard Law School on Thursday.

Innovator Stig Leschly Encourages Failure at President’s Challenge Launch
Entrepreneur Stig Leschly shared anecdotes about his experiences with failure, rejection, and a determined tubist at the kickoff for the President’s and Dean’s Challenge this Thursday at the i-Lab.

Faust Kicks off Conference on Future of Research in Higher Education
Before a room filled with representatives from universities around the world, University President Drew G. Faust kicked off a conference about the future of research in higher education, highlighting the need to accommodate the current university landscape to the technological developments of the 21st century.

EVENTS

The Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology is hosting museum highlight tours from 12:30 to 1:15 p.m.; each group will consist of 20 people.

Steven Pearson and Aaron Kesselheim among others will be discussing Drug Pricing: Public Health Implications at Leadership Studio, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Tickets are available upon RSVP to the forum@hsph.harvard.edu.

The advanced screening of Suffragette will be shown at 1:30 p.m. in Brattle Theater. The director, Sarah Gavron, will host a Q&A session as well.

Come for free to the the Memorial Church Sanctuary from 8 to 10 pm where Boston musicians will perform for Syrian and Iraqi refugee relief.