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Challenges and response (clockwise from upper left): Prague residents watch a Communist May Day parade in 1948; the Secretary of State; physical destruction in Münster, Germany in 1945; Marshall in the Commencement procession.

Challenges and response (clockwise from upper left): Prague residents watch a Communist May Day parade in 1948; the Secretary of State; physical destruction in Münster, Germany in 1945; Marshall in the Commencement procession.

Clockwise from upper left: © Archive Photos; George C. Marshall Research Library (Montage by Jim Gipe); © Archive Photos; Harvard University News Office

Harvardiana

When Secretary of State George C. Marshall received a degree—and established the standard for U.S. engagement with the world 

5.19.17

ROTC commissioning and numerous Class Day celebrations, including speeches by Sandberg, Power, Van Valkenburgh, and Kaling.

5.28.14

Phi Beta Kappa exercises; Baccalaureate address

5.27.14

For the period between 1979 and 1994

May-June 2014

From the pages of the <i>Harvard Alumni Bulletin</i> and <i>Harvard Magazine</i>

May-June 2014

On the uses of mortarboards, and a centenarian’s update

May-June 2014

The 70-year-old Mark I computing machine was powered on briefly yesterday.

At Harvard, Howard Aiken's computing machine hums briefly back to life.

4.4.14

Anatomy on view, and the return of Pooh

March-April 2014

From the pages of the Harvard Alumni Bulletin and Harvard Magazine

March-April 2014