SELWYN SEYFU HINDS discusses his new book “Gunshots in my Cook-Up” at a Cambridge Forum yesterday.
JURA PINTAR ’05 in Lowell House with his award-winning collection of books on Marxist philosophy. He is entering again Harvard’s competition in undergraduate book collecting.
The Lowell bell tower is home to a set of Russian bells being sought by their original owner, the St. Danilov Monastery in Moscow. They have woken Harvard students for 72 years.
EMILY MANN ’74, a playwright known for her social commentary, reads from her work at the Loeb Drama Center yesterday.
Kristen Hung ‘04 and Deborah Leong ‘04 examine local artisans’ wares yesterday at the Arts and Crafts Fair sponsored by the Gutman Library at the Graduate School of Education.
The Sinikithemba, or “We Give Hope,” Choir sings yesterday at Memorial Church as part of a national tour to raise awareness and resources for fighting AIDS in Africa.
Professors DAVID PILBEAM, JAMES ENGELL, MARIA TATAR and JORGE DOMINGUEZ (left to right), wait to speak as part of a symposium on the Core Curriculum yesterday in Sever Hall.