Harvard students enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving meal cooked and created by HUDS in Quincy House Dining Hall on Thursday from 12 to 6 PM.
Professor of Science & Technology Studies and Sociology at Cornell, Trevor J. Pinch analyzes the material and technological components of sound. The discussion took place Monday at 4:15 PM in Holden Chapel.
Artist Janet McKenzie shares her original interpretation of Jesus of the People and its influence on her life Monday evening at Memorial Church.
New York Times reporter Souad Mekhennet and Northeastern professor of Political Science Denis Sullivan discuss Arab discrepancies and American involvement Monday afternoon in the CGIS building
Attending Winthrop House's Speaker Series Tuesday evening, politician and Peace Corps Director Mark Gearan '78 emphasizes the importance of public service.
With the union negotiations over, HUCTW member Matthew Corcoran casts his vote on accepting the new contract in Robinson Hall on Tuesday afternoon.
Jean B. Elshtain, University of Chicago professor of social and political ethics, and Michael J. Sandel, Harvard professor of government accentuate the moral debates of religion in public life at Sanders Theater Tuesday evening.
Associate Professor of History and of Social Studies Andrew Jewett discusses the overlapping elements of his book "Science, Democracy, and the American University: From the Civil War to the Cold War," with Theodore M. Porter and Harvard professors Sheila S. Jasanoff and Charles E. Rosenberg on Tuesday afternoon in Robinson Basement Seminar Room.
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