Organismic and evolutionary biology lecturer Andrew Berry, who regularly teaches two Gen Ed classes, praises the program for its potential to bridge disciplines.
FEBRUARY 2010: OEB Professor Andrew Berry delivers a lecture at the first-ever Harvard Thinks Big.
The Hasty Pudding Theatrical’s Woman of the Year Julianne Moore receives kisses from members of the cast of “Kashmir If You Can” outside of the New College Theatre on Jan. 27, 2011.
Kyle J. Dancewicz '11 ducks as Benjamin K. Moss '13 gives a high five to Jonathan Finn-Gamino '12 during the Woman of the Year Roast yesterday. Moss, in costume as Mark Walhberg from Boogie Nights, and Finn-Gamino, as Mark Ruffalo from the Kids Are All Right, played two of Moore's co-stars from her previous films.
Hasty Pudding’s Woman of the Year Julianne Moore receives kisses from members of the cast of Hasty Pudding Theatricals’ “Kashmir If You Can.” outside of the New College Theatre. The traditional Woman of the Year parade was canceled yesterday.
Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year Julianne Moore poses with her Pudding Pot during a press conference yesterday. Moore jokingly said that she would be storing her weed in the Pot.
Moore’s tasks during her roast included tickling Virginia Wolf, portrayed above by Brendan J. Ortiz ’12. Wolf was a character in Moore’s film The Hours. Moore and Ortiz proceeded to also kiss onstage.
Julianne Moore kisses Ryan P. Halprin ’12. Before receving the Pudding Pot, Moore was given the task of seducing Halprin, who was playing the character of Mark Zuckerberg, using only lines from her previous films.
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