Youth involvement in politics and community service is the key to catalyzing change in government policy, according to Anthony Woods, a former U.S. Army captain and Kennedy School graduate who was honored with the Harvard College Democrats’ “Rising Star Award” in the Kirkland Junior Common Room last night.
Attention Harvard students: You are cordially invited to the Dance Party with Pance Party this Friday, Nov. 20, from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. at…well...yeah…Yale. The party’s at Yale’s Commons, which basically seems to be a less-Hogwartsy Annenberg with a more cheerful kitchen staff. Oh, come on. You know you want to go. It’s not like it’s that much more of a schlep once you’ve already manned up and gone all the way down to New Haven. There won't be any alcohol, but don't lie—you'll probably be drunk already anyway. And admission is FREE.
FlyBy surreptitiously snuck into the large auditorium at Paine Hall, expecting some sort of commotion as people try to answer the ultimate question: Is Christianity good for the world? But, as this is Harvard, the large room sat a scattered group of pensive-looking students watching the screening of the new documentary “Collision.”