An unidentified man was found on the top step of Memorial Church in Tercentenary Theatre this morning after fatally shooting himself.
The Harvard Undergraduate Women in Business sponsored an event last night titled "Business for Good: Non-Profit and Microfinance Panel,"featuring (left to right) Mona Patel from LIVESTRONG, Catherine Quense of ACCION International, founder of Global Health Corps Barbara Bush, Elizabeth Ann Sonders of Make a Wish Foundation, and founder of Count Me In Nell Merlino.
We recently reported that Crimson Yard UC then-candidate Matt P. Abrams '14 was on a mission to gain Crimson Yard (Pennypacker, Hurlbut, Greenough, and Wigglesworth) freshmen unrestricted access to Adams dining hall. Abrams won his campaign with this boisterous vow, but now the residents of Adams House are determined to make him break his promise.
Aspiring actors, filmmakers, writers and fans swarmed the Adams Upper House Common Room Friday to hear actor Aaron E. Eckhart of “The Dark Night” and “Thank you for Smoking” talk about his acting career through an informal Q& A session. The hour-long conversation was presented by the Harvard Undergraduate Television speaker series.
Lowell’s hottest men are going shirtless. A new calendar, set to be released towards the end of the semester, will feature Lowell’s sexiest in the first ever “Lowell Swimsuit Edition.”
After the auditioner leaves, the selection process begins. Considering factors like prior experience, volume, gesticulation use and speech quality along with more abstract values like "presence" and character "fit", the director and producers analyze and discuss the performance that they just heard.
The idea of auditioning--entering a room with a board of strangers and forming spontaneous emotions, songs, or witty monologues that have little to do with your real personality--may seem foreign to some; but for hundreds of Harvard students September brings the opportunity to do exactly this.