Dr. Paul J. Barreira, director of Harvard University Health Services, provides a brief overview of the Bureau of Study Counsel change from HUHS to Harvard College on Monday evening in his office.
Members of Divest Harvard speak about the history of the group, which began with three students and has held active peaceful protests, fasts, and sit-ins since its conception three years ago in Ticknor Lounge on Monday evening.
Students sit on a panel during an undergraduate debated entitled, “Is Capitalism Good?” The Harvard Political Union hosted the event in Sever Hall Wednesday evening.
The Undergraduate Harvard Political Union hosts a discussion "Sexual Assault & Rape Culture" in the Lowell House Junior Common Room Thursday evening in which students voiced concerns and recommendations to improve communications and university response moving forward.
Professor Alan Dershowitz, lawyer, jurist, and political commentator, is a prominent scholar on United States constitutional and criminal law.
Harvard Law School Professor emeritus Alan M. Dershowitz.
Charles Best, Founder and CEO of DonorsChoose.org, speaks about his inspiration for creating the online charity for public schools at the John F. Kennedy New Frontier Awards Ceremony Monday evening.
Geophysicist Brendan Meade, Professor of Earth & Planetary Sciences at Harvard, presents a lecture "Seeing Earthquakes Before They Happen" at the Geological Lecture Hall Thursday evening. At this lecture, Meade discussed how his team used satellite technology in order to generate images of current fault-line activity to help better understand earthquake activity.
Panelists discuss how the economy has changed over the past years and how it evolves into a social impact economy at the JFK Forum, Thursday evening. Panelists included Scott Griffith, Karen G. Mills, Tracy Palandjian, David Wilkinson, and David Wood.
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