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Ryan N. Gajarawala

Ryan N. Gajarawala '22 is the Multimedia Chair of the 147th guard of The Harvard Crimson.

Photographer Ryan N. Gajarawala can be reached at ryan.gajarawala@thecrimson.com.

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IOP Event with Ash Carter

Harvard Kennedy School Dean Douglas W. Elmendorf hosted Ash Carter — former Secretary of Defense and the director of HKS's Belfer Center — at the Harvard Institute of Politics Wednesday evening to discuss U.S-Afghanistan relations.


In Photos: Historic Convocation for Both Freshmen and Sophomore Classes

As the gates of Harvard Yard opened on Tuesday, August 31st, an annual celebration of first-year students was set to take place in Tercentenary Theater. However, the First-Year Convocation was accompanied by an additional Convocation celebration for the Class of 2024.


Crimson Connections: Walter Isaacson ’74 and Evan W. Thomas III ’73

In the final episode of "Crimson Connections", we spoke to Walter S. Isaacson '74 and Evan W. Thomas III '73. They met briefly at Harvard but became close after working together at Time Magazine. They began their accomplished media careers as print journalists after both having written for The Harvard Crimson. In 1986, the two co-wrote a book profiling key players in post-World War II American foreign policy. Since then, they have individually authored definitive biographies of figures including Steve Jobs, Robert F. Kennedy, Albert Einstein, Richard Nixon, and Leonardo da Vinci.


Crimson Connections: Walter Isaacson ’74 and Evan W. Thomas III ’73

Walter S. Isaacson ’74 and Evan W. Thomas III ’73 met briefly at Harvard but became close after working together at Time Magazine. They began their accomplished media careers as print journalists after both having written for The Harvard Crimson. In 1986, the two co-wrote a book profiling key players in post-World War II American foreign policy. Since then, they have individually authored definitive biographies of figures including Steve Jobs, Robert F. Kennedy, Albert Einstein, Richard Nixon, and Leonardo da Vinci. Filmed October 19, 2020. Hosted by Andrew W. Liang and Samuel W. Zwickel. Edited by Ryan N. Gajarawala.