updated 03/13/2000 AT 01:00 AM EST
•originally published 03/13/2000 AT 01:00 AM EST
Though a Harvard dropout, the talented Mr. Matt Damon dropped in on his Cambridge, Mass., alma mater to accept an Artist of the Year award and attend the Cultural Rhythms festival (next to freshman Becca Pargas).
Swiss miss: She could probably buy her own resort, but Onassis heiress Athina Roussel, now 15, looked like any other teen skier while on holiday at her family's villa in Saint-Moritz, Switzerland.
NYPD Blue's Rick Schroder walked the beat at a Santa Monica market with a little backup from sons Holden (left), 8, and Luke, 6, and his youngest, daughter Cambrie.
Australian rocker Ben Lee, 21, shared a very private tête-à-tête with girlfriend Claire Danes, 20, at the Manhattan premiere of the HBO movie If These Walls Could Talk 2.
Princess Stephanie held tight to her pop, Prince Rainier, 76, as he left a Monaco hospital after undergoing emergency lung surgery in February.
Spruced Bruce: Snapped while filming his upcoming untitled drama in Los Angeles, Bruce Willis seemed to have added some on top and lost a little around the middle.
In Washington, D.C., Hanging Up star Meg Ryan and husband Dennis Quaid—in an elegant ensemble that seemed to cry out for spats—were hand in glove at a White House state dinner honoring King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia of Spain.
The remarkable Tony Randall—who was born two years after World War I ended—celebrated the big eight-oh at a New York City shindig with his children Jefferson (left), 18 months, and Julia, nearly 3, and wife Heather, 29.
In Calanda, Spain, musician Sean Lennon, 24, gave thumbs-up to a centennial celebration of Spanish filmmaker Luis Buñuel's life as mom Yoko Ono looked on.
Darling in denim: Actors Molly Ringwald and Ewan McGregor bonded in their blue-jean jackets at the Tropfest, a short-film festival in Sydney.