Misty Copeland stopped by Lowell Lecture Hall Monday afternoon to deliver a talk moderated by Dean Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr. and Dean Stephanie Robinson, who are the first African-American faculty deans of the College.
Misty Copeland, the first African American principal dancer at American Ballet Theatre, signs a copy of her book Monday afternoon.
Rep. John Lewis, recipient of the 2017 Gleitsman Citizen Activist Award, receives a third standing ovation at the conclusion of an April 2017 conversation honoring his activism.
A petting zoo facilitator shows a Harvard student how to hold a kid named Blizzard, Monday afternoon. The petting zoo, held on the Science Center Plaza, featured goats, ducks, chicks and rabbits for visitors to hold.
A sophomore bedroom in Quincy House.
A sophomore common room in Claverly Hall.
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