(Cambridge, MA. - Wednesday, October 29, 2003) Strange but beautiful light is seen from Holyoke Center in Harvard Square on a day when solar flare was reported by meteorologists as being especially strong. Staff Photo by Rose Lincoln/Harvard University News Office
Annenberg Hall, Harvard University - Named in memory of Roger Annenberg, '62 and inspired by the great halls of Oxford and Cambridge Universities, this room is arguably the most impressive space at Harvard. The hall covers an expansive 9,000 square feet. Architectural features include the great hammerbeam trusses, stenciled ceiling, and walnut paneling.
Memorial Hall, Harvard, Cambridge Massachusetts. Memorial Hall, immediately north of Harvard Yard is an imposing High Victorian Gothic building honoring the sacrifices made by Harvard men in defense of the Union during the American Civil War—"a symbol of Boston's commitment to the Unionist cause and the abolitionist movement in America."