Eric Byler, co-founder of the Coffee Party, which encourages healthy debate about federal government, presents his documentary titled 9,500 Liberty yesterday in Harvard Hall. The event was co-sponsored by the Harvard Democrats and the Asian American Association.
US Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano addresses a full audience yesterday at the Institute of Politics. Napolitano touched on issues such as illegal immigration and the threat of domestically-bred terrorists.
Protesters gather outside the Kennedy School yesterday bearing signs that condemned the practices of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
Columbia University Professor Brian R. Greene ‘84 lectures on the progress that has been made in understanding string theory last night in Pfizer Lecture Hall.
Teach for America founder Wendy S. Kopp engages the audience at the JFK Jr. Forum last night in a discussion of the origins and purpose of her organization.
Ola Canty '11 delights the audience with her rendition of Because he Liked to Look during the Vagina Monologues on Thursday, February 11 in Agassiz. All of the proceeds went to benefit the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center and Haiti relief funds.
Ola Canty '11 delights the audience with her rendition of Because he Liked to Look during the Vagina Monologues on Thursday, February 11 in Agassiz.
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