Eighteenth-century Harvard presidents—and slaveowners—Edward Holyoke (left) and Benjamin Wadsworth Painting of Edward Holyoke by John Singleton Copley/Harvard Art Museums; painting of Benjamin Wadsworth in the public domain
Desmond Green ’17, Peryn Reeves-Darby ’18, Lethu Ntshinga ’18 (obscured), Genesis De Los Santos ’19, Angelica Chima ’19, Caleb Lewis ’17, and Jonathan Sands ’17 in rehearsal for Black Magic, a student-written and -directed show on the Loeb mainstage
Percent of female Harvard College seniors reporting nonconsensual sexual contact involving physical force or incapacitation since entering college. (click image to see additional charts) Source: Letter from Steven E. Hyman to President Drew Faust, September 21, 2015
On the first day of the new curriculum’s launch, Gordon professor of medical education Richard Schwartzstein (at far right, and in subsequent photographs) leads an orientation in a large group classroom equipped with interactive technologies that facilitate case-based collaborative learning.