Moiya McTier '16 blends her loves of space science and writing in a double concentration in astronomy and folklore and mythology, leading to a science fiction senior thesis.
Buddhist monk Tajay Bongsa wants to unite social and economic progress with dual master’s degrees in theology and business.
South Carolina native Joshuah Campbell, who is graduating with joint degrees in music and French, has discovered the serious side of performing.
Research by doctoral student Anthony Abraham Jack has left a mark on campus life.
Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook’s chief operating officer, will lead the 25th reunion class at Harvard’s Commencement as chief marshal.
Doctoral student Aleksandar Shopov has helped save many of Istanbul's green spaces, but he has even broader hopes.
Jing Qiu ’16, an economics concentrator, decided to volunteer at the Phillips Brooks House Association, Harvard’s largest student organization. It changed her life.
Andrea Ortiz '16, a Mexican immigrant who grew up in Miami, hopes to build a career that allows her to address issues of poverty, education, immigration, and crime in low-income communities in the United States.
When Micaela Connery’s cousin was born with significant physical and developmental disabilities, Connery didn’t realize the full impact it would have on her life. This spring Connery will graduate with an M.P.P. from Harvard Kennedy School.
Rashida Jones ’97, whose professional acting career began the year she graduated from Harvard College, will address the Class of 2016 on May 25 as part of the annual Class Day celebration.
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Graduating senior Hanna Amanuel, a child of Eritrean immigrants, plans to help others as she was once helped.
Steven Spielberg, one of the most illustrious filmmakers in the history of American motion pictures, will be the featured speaker at the Afternoon Program of Harvard’s 365th Commencement on May 26.
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Janet L. Yellen, chair of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, will receive the Radcliffe Medal during Radcliffe Day on May 27.
Harvard’s Midyear Graduates Recognition Ceremony pays tribute to more than 100 seniors.
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Following a morning panel with legal scholars on the major trends and precedents of the U.S. Supreme Court, Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg received the annual Radcliffe Medal.
With cameos by former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick, world-famous soprano Renée Fleming, and even Academy Award-winning actress Natalie Portman ’03, Harvard’s 364th Commencement could not be described as boring.
Commencement speaker Deval Patrick, the former governor of Massachusetts, called on graduates to follow talk with action on the most urgent problems of the day.