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Shared Interest Group gatherings 


Back row from left: Arnold Rampersad, Fernando Henrique Cardoso, El Anatsui, Elaine Fuchs, and Martin Rees. Front row from left: David Brion Davis, Stephen Spielberg, President Drew Faust, Mary L. Bonauto, Provost Alan Garber, and Judith J. Thomson
Photograph by Harvard Magazine/JC

The University confers honorary degrees on six men and three women.


From left: John O’Malley, Cecilia Rouse, David Mumford, and Francis Fukuyama
Photograph by Tony Rinaldo

The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences honors four distinguished alumni.


Top row from left: Tom Everett and Roger Ferguson. Bottom row from left: John McArthur and Betsey Urschel

Hailing from Dallas to Vancouver, four alumni will be recognized for long-term service to the University—musical, academic, administrative, and otherwise.


Members of all-female social clubs protest against new sanctions on single-gender organizations. Photograph by Kit Wu/The Harvard Crimson

Harvardians react to social-club sanctions.


Alumni Association-nominated candidates win; the University reports on the balloting early.



The Fulbright Economics Teaching Program’s nameplate at its campus in Ho Chi Minh City
Photograph by Le Thi Quynh Tram

President Obama’s visit and a developing nation’s new university