Pins decorated with the message “Break #TheSexMyth” on display at “Busting Sexual Stereotypes” on Friday in Sever Hall. The event was held as part of the annual Harvard Sex Week.
Rachel Hills, author of “The Sex Myth,” speaks during a talk titled “Busting Sexual Stereotypes” on Friday in Sever Hall. The event was held as part of the annual Harvard Sex Week.
A headline from The Crimson's October 30, 1964 issue: "HYRC Backs Goldwater After Raucous Meeting."
From The Harvard Crimson's October 7, 1964 issue: "An emotion-charged crowd awaited President Johnson at the Burlington, Vermont airport. The youthful group changed 'Hey, hey, what o you say; All the way with LBJ,' as if at a football rally, while the President shook hands along the fence".
A series of photographs of President Johnson published in The Crimson's October 7, 1964 issue.
From The Harvard Crimson's October 31, 1964 issue: "A sparse but enthusiastic crowd cheered anti-Goldwater speakers yesterday."
A political cartoon published in The Crimson during the 1964 election.
#mfaNOW launch party attendees gather around an installation set up in the Museum of Fine Arts' outdoor exhibition on the Linde Family Wing parking lot on Saturday night. #mfaNOW is a season celebrating contemporary art and artists, according to the museum website.
Visitors attending the Museum of Fine Arts' #mfaNOW launch party walk around the entrance to the museum on Saturday night. The launch party was hosted first come first serve with no advance tickets, according to the museum website.
An employee at the Indulge India food truck serves customers at the #mfaNOW launch party on Saturday night. Indulge India was one of four food trucks--others included Bonetown Burgers, North East of the Border, and Sheherazad--that served crowds on the Linde Family Wing parking lot throughout the evening.
An event-goer takes a piece of mooncake at the Fairbank Center's Mid-Autumn Festival on the Science Center Plaza on Thursday.
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