“God Created Harvard”
From a cappella music to tenure, the real story as told by Joshua Preven ’91
Before he earned a master of philosophy degree from Cambridge University on a Fulbright scholarship, before he sampled an acting career with roles on Judging Amy, Six Feet Under, and other television shows, Joshua Preven ’91 delivered the Harvard Oration during the Class Day exercises for his fellow seniors. His revelations brought down the house.
Read the full text of his speech in this PDF from the July-August 1991 issue.
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