Cellist Bong Ihn Koh ’08 is seen here practicing. Koh dreams of performing some day at the reunification of the two Koreas.
Lock your handset and pay attention.
It’s all fun and games until you abandon a social life for controlling a virtual universe.
Remember when your parents said watching TV was bad for your eyes? That’s why Charleton wears glasses.
Lincoln Chen, president of the China Medical Board, and Chen Hui Liu speak about the current state of health in China at the “Healthy China 20/20” event sponsored by Harvard China Care.
Portrait of Bong Ihn Koh '08, one of this years Office for the Arts medal winners.
Keith A. Gessen ’97 visited the Harvard Book Store yesterday for a reading and signing of his new book, “All the Sad Young Literary Men.”
Real estate and media mogul Sam Zell struck a bullish tone on the future of the U.S. economy at a speech at the Graduate School of Design's Gund Hall yesterday.
After skidding to a 1-3 start, Harvard recovered to hit the .500 mark by sweeping yesterday’s doubleheader against Columbia with two 10-3 wins.
Republicans Prateek Kumar ’11, Tian Feng ’11, and moderator George A. Thampy ’10 (center), look on as Democrat Kyle A. Krahel ’08 speaks to the audience during a debate on Iraq yesterday
Chipotle staff, shown here during yesterday’s “free burrito” promotion, served about 3,000 hungry patrons during the course of the rainy day.