Memorial Church Construction Continues, Forcing Groups to Relocate
Memorial Church’s programming has continued largely unhindered as Church staff gets creative with where they host events.
Winthrop In Progress
Construction work on Winthrop House - including the renovation of the existing halls and the addition of Beren Hall - began during the Summer.
Divinity School Celebrates 200 Years
The Divinity School has lined up a series of events throughout the academic year for its bicentennial.
Student groups gather to support HUDS workers’ healthcare rights
Students and workers line the edges of Adams’ Junior Common Room to protest in support of HUDS workers health care benefits. There was a high turnout at the event, which featured leaders from several Harvard college and graduate student groups.
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Adams House Senior Dinner Night
Adams House Seniors attend an exclusive dinner service in the Senior Common Room on Wednesday night.
Students Express Mixed Feelings on OCS Funding Lottery
With the increasing popularity of Harvard summer study abroad programs, some students have expressed concerns regarding the process by which financial aid funds are awarded, arguing that funding may not go to students who most need it.
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Ex-Presidential Candidate Lessig Speaks
Law School professor Lawrence Lessig, left, and Law professor Jonathan Zittrain discuss what Lessig learned from his presidential candidacy at Harvard Law School on Monday.
Milton Reading Marathon
Students take turns reading during a John Milton reading marathon of "Paradise Lost" at the Barker Center Café on Monday night.
Reading with Parents
The daughter of proctors Alex and Celeste Douglas reads an Elmo book with her parents in Lionel A.
Ta-Nehisi Coates Speaks at the IOP
Ta-Nehisi Coates speaks about the hardships of being black in the U.S. Coates was invited to speak at the IOP on Wednesday evening.
Harvard Medical School Launches Arts Initiative
The “Arts&Humanities@HMS” initiative supports the arts by creating more opportunities for students to explore music, visual arts, and drama through programs and events.
Photos of the Day (11/11/15)
Jokes That Aren’t Funny: Racism and Harassment in Student Traditions
‘First Draft of History’: Kristen Welker ’98 Charts Path from Crimson Reporting to White House
To the Class of 2023: On Self-Censorship
Adams House Installed — Then Removed — an $8,900 Covid-19 Air Disinfection System
Who Can Be ‘Racist’?