Cabot House co-master Rakesh Khurana, who will become Dean of the College on July 1, is pictured greeting a graduating senior during 2012 Commencement.
Cabot Seniors wait to receive their diplomas on the Quad Lawn on Thursday afternoon
Sam Himel '12 recieves a hug from Cabot House Master Rakesh Khurana during the House ceremony on Thursday afternoon.
A graduate sits on a park bench with some elderly gentlemen after the Morning Exercises on Thursday.
Mihir Chaudry '12 adresses his fellow Cabotians at the House ceremony on Friday afternoon.
The Cabot Class of 2012 processes back to their House at Commencement 2012, led by a bagpipe player and their House Masters, Rakesh and Stephanie Khurana.
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Students argue that an administrative commitment to preserving teaching quality in Harvard’s creative writing courses has resulted in a competitive program that is largely inaccessible to many interested students.
Composer, conductor, and poet Matthew A. Aucoin '12 wrote the score and libretto for the upcoming opera "Hart Crane," premiering on the Loeb Mainstage on Friday.
Ministry Fellow Nick Nowalk dicusses human sexuality in light of the Christian story on Wednesday night during his talk “God Says Sex Is Good,” an event co-sponsored by Harvard Faith in ActionMinistry Fellow Nick Nowalk dicusses human sexuality in light of the Christian story on Wednesday night during his talk “God Says Sex Is Good,” an event co-sponsored by Harvard Faith in Action as a part of Harvard Sex Week.
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