Campus & Community

Ante- and post-diluvian* days 4

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From the front lines of Commencement 2002, continued

Currier House graduates Kyle Sims (from left), Steve Collins, Mark Franklin, and Justin Stark get creative shielding themselves from the rain. (Staff photo by Rose Lincoln)
During the procession into Tercentenary Theatre, President Summers greets graduates lining the route. (Staff photo by Kris Snibbe)
Patrol Officer Thomas Hoey salutes during the playing of 'The Star Spangled Banner.' (Staff photo by Jon Chase)
Jodi Smith (left), Kristen Smith, and Mari Takasu, Ph.D. candidates from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, gently take in the sights and sounds of success. (Staff photo by Jon Chase)
Ticket holders waited in long lines (bottom) that wrapped around Massachusetts Avenue for Harvard's 351st Commencement Morning Exercises in the Tercentenary Theatre. Security measures for the event included metal detectors at each entry. (Staff photo by Rose Lincoln)
On a sunny Tuesday (June 4), President Lawrence H. Summers leads the class of 2002 to the Baccalaureate Service inside the Memorial Church. (Staff photo by Kris Snibbe)