Kathryn S. Kuhar
Kathryn S. Kuhar '20 is the Multimedia Chair of the 146th Guard.
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During Morning Exercises, some students in the crowd held up orange signs as part of the divestment movement. Orange is the color of fossil fuel divestment.
The crowd gives a standing ovation to German Chancellor Angela Merkel as she is introduced as the recipient of an honorary degree.
Members of the Harvard College Class of 2019 stand and cheer as their degrees are conferred during Morning Exercises.
Juan Manuel Santos, former president of Colombia and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, gave advice to students during his graduation speech at the Harvard Kennedy School Wednesday afternoon.
Michael R. Bloomberg, former mayor of New York City and founder of Bloomberg L.P. and Bloomberg Philanthropies, reminisced and gave graduates advice at the Harvard Business School's Class Day event Wednesday.
Michael R. Bloomberg, Roberta A. Kaplan '88, and Juan Manuel Santos speak at Business School, Law School, and Kennedy School Class Day ceremonies.
Construction continues on a new building across the river in Allston which will be the new home of SEAS.
Construction work continues in Allston on the new SEAS campus.
The atrium of a new building on the SEAS campus is still under construction.
Catherine L. Zhang '19 and Anant T. Pai '19 are the First and Second Class Marshals, respectively.
Members of Divest Harvard and the Harvard Prison Divestment Campaign decorate their graduation caps with orange cloth and felt outside the Casper Student Center Monday evening. Orange is the color of the fossil fuel divestment movement.
In January 2019, Harvard's creative writing program moved into a new space in Lamont Library.
The Arnold Arboretum is in the process of installing new solar panels to generate energy as part of their mission to lower their carbon footprint.