HARVARD GAZETTE ARCHIVES
Happenings at Harvard
Joseph Ingrassia, age 6, views the seasonally attired kronosaurus at the
Harvard Museum of Natural History. Ingrassia, of Windham, N.H., visited
the Museum with his father, David, a special student at the Divinity
School. Photo by Rose Lincoln.
Dean Harry R. Lewis presents sophomore Onyinye Ijeoma Iweala with a copy
of The Origin of Species by Charles Darwin during the Detur Prize
ceremony at Memorial Hall on Dec. 13. This year, 169 students received a
Detur Prize, which is the oldest prize in Harvard College. The top
students of the sophomore class select a hardcover book of their choice,
which is embossed with the Harvard and Detur seals and presented to them
at the reception. Photo by Kris Snibbe.
During a reception honoring winners of the annual Tazuko Ajiro Monane
Prize, (from left) Nickolay Boyadjiev '01, W. David Marx '01, and
Professor Wesley Jacobsen, director of the Japanese Language Program,
enjoy sushi and Japanese conversation at 5 Bryant St. after the two
students won prizes. The prize recognizes outstanding students of
Japanese. Photo by Kris Snibbe.