Commencement 2010

Tina Y. Tan '10 and Nicholas B. Snavely '10

Nicholas B. Snavely's '10 first impression of Tina Y. Tan '10 couldn't have been that great. After all, she was mad at him for having received the science department's award for being the student with the highest grade in the class.

Harvard Awards 10 Honorary Degrees

Commencement keynote speaker David H. Souter '61 was one of ten recipients of honorary degrees from the University during the morning exercises on Thursday.

The recipients of honorary degrees join the Commencement Choir and University Band in singing The Star-Spangled Banner at the start of morning exercises on May 27, 2010.

James "Jimmy" Tingle MPA '10 discussed his childhood in Cambridge and struggle with statistics at Harvard during his Graduate English Address, "The Town, The Gown, and Asking for Help."

Actress Meryl Streep and former Supreme Court justice David H. Souter '61 prepare for the 359th Commencement in Tercentenary Theatre. Both Streep and Souter received honorary degrees during morning exercises on May 27, 2010.

Professor David G. Nathan '51 and actress Meryl Streep share a laugh during morning exercises of Harvard's 359th Commencement on May 27, 2010 . Nathan received the honorary degree of Doctor of Science while Streep was recognized as Doctor of Arts.

Harvard's 359th Commencement

Graduates of the Harvard Class of 2010 fill Tercentenary Theatre yesterday for Harvard's 359th Commencement.

Souter Presents Judicial Philosophy in Commencement Speech

As he stood before thousands of Harvard alumni, former Supreme Court Justice David H. Souter ’61 did not take his audience’s intelligence for granted, using his Commencement address to argue against limiting Constitutional interpretation to mere textual analysis.

1-25 of 389
Older ›
Oldest »