Julian J. Giordano
Julian J. Giordano '25 is a staff writer, designer, and photographer serving as the Multimedia Chair of the 150th Guard.
Photographer Julian J. Giordano can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter @jjgiordano1.
Massachusetts Maura T. Healey ’92 praised the historic appointment of Harvard President Claudine Gay, the first person of color to take the role.
Elizabeth E. Solomon ’79, elder of the Massachusett Tribe at Ponkapoag and director of administration at the Harvard School of Public Health, delivers a land acknowledgment at Harvard President Claudine Gay's inauguration.
Pictured from top to bottom, left to right: Former Harvard Presidents Lawrence H. Summers, Lawrence S. Bacow, and Drew Gilpin Faust, and current University President Claudine Gay sit in front of Massachusetts Hall.
Tommie Shelby — a professor of African and African American Studies and Philosophy — praised Harvard President Claudine Gay for her “strong and steady character" in a speech at her inauguration.
Every year, the residents of East Cambridge gather at the intersection of Porter and Warren streets to celebrate the Feast of Saint Cosmas and Damian, a festival brought by Italian immigrants from the town of Gaeta in 1926. The 98th annual celebration took place the weekend of September 8-10, and we sent a team of photographers to cover it.