Winthrop House Faculty Dean and Law School Professor Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr. speaks at a diploma ceremony in 2010.
Students and local residents protest the Stupak amendment, which would ban abortion coverage in public health care plans.
The Harvard Baroque Chamber Orchestra hosted “Two Centuries of Chamber Music” yesterday. Cellists James R. P. Williamson ‘10 and Pheobe Carrai were accompanied by Tamar H. Grader ‘11 on the harpsichord.
Jonathan Lear, professor at the University of Chicago, speaks about how “becoming human is not that easy” yesterday in Lowell Lecture Hall as part of this year’s Tanner Lecture series. The event attracted a wide range of audience members, including University President Drew G. Faust.
Preparations for the 45th annual Head of the Charles Regatta begin, as crew teams warm up on the river and workers raise a tent for spectators. This year's race will feature 'Reunion Villages' for participating schools' alumni.
Student volunteers help advertise Adoption Day in Harvard Square.
Cats who stay in the no-kil shelter are displayed with their kitty information.
Cats at this shelter are kept indefinitely until they are adopted.
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