Paula I. Daniliuc
Year in Photos: Breaking News
The Breaking News section from the Year in Photos section of The Harvard Crimson's 2011-2012 Year in Review issue
Wendy Chang Remembered
As members of the Nichiren Buddhist Community chant the Nam Myoho Renge Kyo sutra, friends line up to participate in the offering of roses and incense at the service of remembrance and thanksgiving for the life of Wendy Chang '12 in Memorial Church. The Crimson Key Society and S.G.I. showed their appreciation for their beloved former member and friends shared their reflections on her unforgettable laughter and dynamic personality.
General Colin L. Powell on Education
General Colin L. Powell, former Secretary of State and founding chairman of America’s Promise Alliance, discusses the importance of improving education in the US and outlines the goals of Grad Nation at the Graduate School of Education. Grad Nation is a movement that aims to raise the national high school graduation rate to 90 percent by 2020.
Today in Photos (04/27/2012)
Photos from the April 27, 2012 edition of The Harvard Crimson.
Fourth Annual Fight Night
George "Halfblood" Hageman '12 delivers a hook to the jaw of Jay "Blood" Brooks '14 at the Harvard Boxing Club's fourth annual Kenneth Moskow Memorial Fight Night at the QRAC. The exhibition featured seventeen matches, each composed of three rounds of two minutes each.
New Pusey Minister Appointed
President Drew Fausts appoints Jonathan L. Walton, Professor of Religion and Society at Harvard Divinity School, as Pusey Minister in the Memorial Church and Plummer Professor of Christian Morals, effective July 1.
Historian Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz recounts tales of origin and exclusion, tradition and privilege, access and invisibility, innovation and progress, as she explores Harvard’s complicated 375 year history with women.
Ambassador Dennis Ross
Ambassador Dennis Ross advocates for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestine conflict at the IOP on Friday. Ross discussed his binary solution for the peace negotiations and built upon the innovative idea of the Harvard Israel Conference's Peace Challenge winner.