Last Thursday, Harvard professors and lead actors from “The Wire” led a panel that addressed the hit television series’ realistic and comprehensive portrayal of American society. The event called for Harvard students to lead the way in taking productive action in urban communities.
“Proof,” which runs in the Loeb Ex until tomorrow, deals with the descent towards insanity of Catherine, the daughter of a brilliant mathematician.
Harvey G. Cox Jr. celebrates his retirement by exercising his right as the Hollis Research Professor of Divinity to graze his cows in Harvard Yard. A band of tubas dubbed “Udderly Tuba” played “Old McDonald” as they led Cox and the cow to the Divinity School.
The Harvard women’s volleyball team was unable to come away with a win against overwhelming competition this weekend, but some Crimson athletes, including Anne Carroll Ingersoll, posted impressive individual results. Ingersoll notched 26 kills at the Mizu
Samuel Bagenstos, the Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights, addresses a crowd of law students at the Harvard Law School Project on Disabilities Fall Open House yesterday with a talk titled, “Disability Rights Law, At Home and Abroad.”
We’re Really Sorry About That Antisemitic Cartoon, Guys
Stop Apologizing for the Antisemitic Cartoon. It Isn’t Good Enough.
Harvard Business School Professor Sadun Resigns as Antisemitism Task Force Co-Chair
Harvard Plans $1.65 Billion Debt Financing Amid Donor Turmoil
Undergrad Sues Harvard IRC After Removal Over $170,000 ‘Financial Stress Test’