A scholar and his student share their field’s best-known honor.
Click on arrow at right to see the full image gallery (1 of 7) Harvard’s 2019 ROTC cohort (from left): Grace Chao, Alannah O’Brien, Brandon Lee, Alana Davitt, Adrian Magana, David Schachman, and Peter Hartnett
Alan Gilbert ’65, Ph.D. ’74 (twice suspended, separated, and readmitted in 1973 by a two-thirds faculty vote) speaks at a gathering of current and former student activists three days before Friday’s conference.
Photograph by Lydia S.C. Rosenberg/Harvard Magazine
A conference looks back at Harvard’s 1969 student strike.
Newly commissioned officers (from left): Army second lieutenants Daniel Cord and Nathan Williams, Marine Corps second lieutenants James Joyce and Kevin Zhu, and Navy ensigns Michael Haley and Phillip Ramirez
President Drew Faust and former U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter honor Harvard ROTC’s newly commissioned officers.
The nine-foot-high depiction of Richard T. Greener, A.B. 1870, by sculptor Jon Hair, is the first statue of an individual on the University of South Carolina’s central campus. Its unveiling on February 21 coincided with the inauguration of a symposium in Greener’s honor.
Photograph courtesy of the Office of Communications & Public Affairs, University of South Carolina
A Veterans Day commemoration recalls service and sacrifice.
The newly commissioned officers received a group round of applause near the close of the ceremony. From left, they are second lieutenants Rachel Milam, Luke Pumiglia, and Michael Murray, ensigns John Holland and Lauren Mandaville, and second lieutenant Kira Headrick.
Harvard Divinity School begins a celebratory year.
The Harvard ROTC class of 2016. They are: (from left) at rear, James Clarke, Lucy Perkins, Carolyn Pushaw, Robert Solmssen, Myles Stroud, and Adam Gracia; in front, Charley Falletta, Anne Nonnamaker, Francis Davis, Steven Wessman, Jimmy Castaño, and Alexander Farrow