Administrators, alumni, and students celebrated the 100th birthday of Persis Smith Hall, the main structures of Kirkland House on Feb. 7.
Anthony A. Palillo '14 illustrates the confusion associated with the difficult task of defining the constantly evolving term, "start-up," in the New Media Room of Mather House.
Members of the Harvard Expressions Dance Company perform in their hip-hop dance show, Exception, which attracted a large audience to Lowell Lecture Hall on Friday night.
Tarek Masoud, Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, John F. Kennedy School of Government, gives a brief history of the role of Islam and Sharia Law in the Egyptian Constitution, an important issue in upcoming elections, during his presentation in the Bowie-Vernon Room of CGIS on Thursday.
Alfredo Corchado, a 2009 Nieman Fellow, and Angela Kocherga listen as Alejandro A. Poire Romero '02, of the Mexico National Security Council discusses the response of the Mexican government to drug-related gang violence in Mexico at the IOP yesterday. According to Poire, "90 percent of [drug-related, violent] crimes occur in local jurisdiction."
Springtime flowers bloom outside Lionel Hall.
Springtime daffodils bloom outside Lionel Hall.
Usually a social space in the center of Harvard Yard, the brightly colored chairs near Stoughton Hall are vacant as students avoid them on a rainy, overcast April afternoon.
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