Betty Breck ’60, whose fiftieth Harvard reunion was also her first, was randomly selected to win an iPod Touch.
The lighter side of Harvard’s Commencement
A recap of the University’s 359th Commencement
The honorary degree recipients
Notes and statistics, vital and otherwise
Excerpts from President Faust’s Baccalaureate address
The Honorable David H. Souter, retired from the U.S. Supreme Court, began a conversation about constitutional interpretation.
In her speech to the alumni on Commencement afternoon, President Faust put the University’s interest in public service in context.
Latin salutatory by Mary Anne Marks, undergraduate English address by Chiamaka Lilian Nwakeze, and graduate English address by Jimmy Tingle [video/audio/text]
Panelists at Radcliffe Day say feminism’s work is not finished, and try to illuminate the way forward.
Accepting the Radcliffe Medal, the activist and writer spoke about gender, violence, and social justice—with a dose of humor. [video/audio]
Video, audio, photos, and text from the 2010 Commencement address by the Honorable David H. Souter
A dozen Harvard cadets prepare to join a “learning organization.” [audio]
Images from Commencement week
At Class Day, broadcast journalist Christiane Amanpour urges graduating seniors to learn about the world through traveling, taking professional chances, and grabbing “incredible opportunities.” Plus, student speeches, awards, and memorials. [video/audio]