Former University President Lawrence H. Summers meets with Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino in 2006 for Summers's last appearance in Allston before leaving his position as president.
Andy Samberg Goes Into Fortune Telling
We should have seen it coming.
An Expression of Gratitude for the Imperfect Harvard Experience
I still remember how I spent the summer prior to Freshman Week, fixated on my own imaginings of a perfect Harvard, of everything I would do, experience, and accomplish during my time here.
Talk of Anniversary, Parents, and Fundraising at Harvard Commencement
The tally of more than 360,000 living Harvard alumni grew by roughly 7,500 as undergraduate and graduate students from every school of the University marched in Thursday’s Commencement ceremonies.
Peter J. Koutoujian, the Sheriff of Middlesex County, rises to adjourn the Commencement exercises. The Sheriff's formal orations of the start and dismissal of Commencement is a tradition that dates back to the seventeenth century.
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.
U.S. Representative John Lewis
U.S. Representative John Lewis receives an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree at Harvard's Commencement Exercises on Thursday while fellow awardees Kwame Anthony Appiah and Wendy Kopp look on. Lewis received the degree for his years as a leader in the Civil Rights Movement as chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and his continued service to the nation as a congressman.
Leverett House Ceremony
Students assemble in the courtyard at Leverett House to receive their degrees.