Mashup duo The White Panda kicked off Yardfest 2011 with mixes of top 40 songs.
Crowds of students filled the old yard yesterday for this year’s Yardfest, featuring the music of White Panda, Sam Adams, and Far East Movement.
Mashup duo The White Panda started off the performances at Yardfest 2011. The group mixed various combinations of top 40 songs to an enthusiastic crowd of Harvard students.
Seth Rockman, Associate Professor of History at Brown University, makes concluding remarks at the joint Harvard-Brown conference Slavery's Capitalism on Saturday. The conference was held from April 7th to April 9th and explored the connections between slavery and national economic development between the American Revolution and the Civil War.
Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr. participates in a panel discussion titled “Cultural Politics: Interdisciplinary Perspectives” hosted by Weatherhead Center for International Affairs yesterday evening at the CGIS-South building.
Bohdan A. Futey, judge of U.S. Court of Federal Claims, speaks about “The Rule of Law and Constitutional Guarantees in Ukraine” at the Zenovia Sochor Parry Memorial Lecture held by the Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute yesterday.
Rebecca Fischer, Julie Yoon, Gregory Beaver, and Jonah Sirota of the Chiara String Quartet perfrom in University Hall at the Dean's Noontime Concert on Monday, February 28th, 2011
Kavita Ramdas, CEO & President of the Global Fund for Women, speaks to students at an event held by Harvard's Women's Leadership Project on Saturday, February 26th, 2011.
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