Sam Mihara, who lived in an internment camp with his family during World War II, presented to Harvard Law students on his experience and those of other Japanese-Americans during the War. He said the modern political climate threatens freedom, though “it may not be the Japanese next time.”
Former Secretary-General of NATO and former Prime Minister of Denmark Anders Fogh Rasmussen signs his new book at the COOP Monday afternoon. His book, entitled “The Will To Lead,“ calls for American leadership in international affairs.
Renovation continues at Memorial Church, as a construction worker knocks off some of the building’s plaster with a large steel beam Monday. The project will increase accessibility and include safety upgrades, a remodeled lower level, and a climate control system.
English Department graduate student David A. B. Nee reads by the September sun in the Widener Library stacks.
Pedestrians walk by the first Curious George store, a well-known spot in Harvard Square that is now closing down business.
Nov. 7, 2015: In a 5-2 home win over Brown, Vesey scored twice, including on this shorthanded breakaway in the first period.
Cantabrigians pack The Garage in search of free Ben & Jerry’s ice cream. Neither rain nor long waits deterred denizens desiring dessert Tuesday.
Jimmy Vesey, shown jumping ahead on a breakaway earlier this season against Brown, finished his Harvard career with 80 goals and 64 assists in 128 games.
Former Massachusetts Governor Deval L. Patrick and Harvard President Drew G. Faust discuss the newly unveiled portrait of the late Rev. Peter Gomes. The two knew Gomes well, and spoke before the painting was revealed in April.
A close-up of the painting of the late Rev. Peter Gomes to be added to a University Hall collection of works depicting important Harvard personages. It was revealed Thursday evening in front of a number of Harvard administrators.
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