An open entrance leads into the after hours urgent care area of University Health Services. In light of recent reports of meningitis at nearby universities, Harvard administrators have been sending out emails to inform students about the disease.
Harvard, teaming with ESPN's College GameDay, prepares for the famous college football show featuring host Chris Fowler and analysts Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit, Desmond Howard, and David Pollack. The show will air on ESPN on Saturday from 9 a.m. until 12:30 p.m., up until the kickoff of The Game versus Yale. This is GameDay's first appearance at Harvard.
Karen King, Anne Monius, Ahmed Ragab, and Daniel Smail prepare for their lecture of a History of Death Thursday night in the Barker Center. They chronicled the place of death in pre-modern history and worked to trace the intersections of politics and death across religious and cultural boundaries.
Kirkland Chefs Franklin Espinal and Luis Olmebo display their prepared turkeys for Thursday night's Thanksgiving dinner special.
Thanksgiving dinner is served Thursday night in Kirkland House.
Gwendolyn Sasse, a professor of comparative politics at Oxford University, speaks about the origins of and reactions to the crisis in Ukraine Thursday afternoon at the Center for European Studies in Busch Hall.
Voting season is just around the corner, and voters are choosing which locations they would like to cast their votes. Quincy House is a popular place for student voters.
Professor Alex Keyssar and author Darryl Pinckney discussed disenfranchisement, the legacy of the Voting Rights Act, and the state of voting rights in the United States Monday afternoon.
Professor David Zweig, a social science professor at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, speaks about Hong Kong's Umbrella Revolution Thursday afternoon at CGIS South.
Sheryll Cashin, a professor of Law at Georgetown, discusses the Michigan ban on affirmative action on Thursday afternoon at Longfellow Hall. Cashin spoke about the race-based affirmative action debate in the United States.
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