The Schlessinger Library at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study houses the papers of many prominent feminist thinkers.
Seniors DAVID M. GLIKLICH (L), THOMASIN D. FRANKEN and JUSTIN A. ERLICH (R) talk during Senior Bar night at the Hong Kong yesterday.
University President LAWRENCE H. SUMMERS (left) discusses the link between economic and moral reasoning with Moral Reasoning 22, “Justice,” Professor MICHAEL J. SANDEL in class yesterday.
Former Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev addresses a packed house at Sanders Theatre yesterday on perestroika and capitalism in Russia.
Maclean’s journalist JOHN GEDDES addresses questions about international careers as part of a Weatherhead Center panel last night.
Construction on the University’s One Western Ave., a high-rise building in Allston, is slated to end this July. The apartment complex will add several hundred units to Harvard’s graduate student housing lottery.
Pellegrino University Professor Emeritus and renowned biologist E.O. WILSON speaks at the ARCO FORUM last night about saving the environment. See related story, page 3.
A Philips Brooks House van, missing the back seats that were stolen several days ago when they were left momentarily unguarded in the Yard.
Polling booths stand empty at the Quincy House polling station.
In a striking break with tradition, heavy rain soaks graduates and their families during Commencement exercises on June 6.
More than a year after it closed its doors on Massachusetts Avenue, Grafton Street re-opened at One Bow Street in the Square, about a block from its former location.
Harvard summer school students wait in line to obtain tickets for various activities that have been arranged by the Harvard Secondary School Program.
Harvard graduates and their families cover Tercentary Theatre with umbrellas during Commencement exercises on June 6. The rain started a half-hour into the ceremony and continued without interruption.