Harvard Headlines: Hasty Pudding Picks Timberlake, Helen Molesworth Departs, and More

UPDATED. Our roundup also includes news of a gift from Carlos Slim, a favorable ranking of Harvard's value among colleges, and an audit by the IRS.

Members of the Hasty Pudding Theatricals honored Anne Hathaway with a parade during her January 28 visit to Harvard.

Updated January 28 (photographs added).

Justin Timberlake has been named Hasty Pudding Man of the Year, People magazine and the Harvard Crimson report. He will visit Harvard on February 5 to accept the award. Anne Hathaway, named the organization's Woman of the Year last week, is set to accept her award on January 28. The Hasty Pudding Theatricals choose two influential entertainers, one male and one female, to honor each year; last year's honorees were James Franco and Renée Zellweger.

In other recent Harvard headlines, there were two pieces of good news:

...and two less pleasant:

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