A capacity crowd fills Harvard Stadium in the 2016 football game against Yale, the last time "The Game" took place at Harvard. Fenway Park hosted the 2018 contest, and the 2020 installment was canceled. In 2020-21, The Harvard Athletic Center has remained largely empty to contests and spectators, opening only to limited groups of student-athletes to practice. All of this will change soon.
Harvard students revel at the tailgate before the annual Harvard-Yale football game. This year, Yale will shorten the tailgates and restrict alcohol.
Emily C. Warshaw, a 2015 graduate from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, shares a tale at Sloth’s 2016 Open-Mic Finale - “A Hot Mess”. Sloth is a Harvard-based initiative to encourage people to engage in storytelling.
Harvard Stadium was full to capacity for Saturday afternoon's game.
The Science Center at 1 Oxford Street is a focal point of the undergraduate STEM experience at Harvard, hosting many large introductory courses and laboratory-based classes. Professors and researchers at the University have expressed concern that federal funding for scientific research may be curtailed by the Trump administration.
Mohannad Arbaji, the founder of online SAT tutoring program Chalk Talk, speaks about his experience creating a startup in the Middle East during Harvard Arab Weekend. The 10th annual conference took place this Thursday through Sunday.
The Harvard Office of Sustainability is located at 14 Story St.
HUDS employee Nick F. Heron, who works in the kitchens of Cabot, Currier & Pforzheimer, speaks with Law School students after sharing lunch with them.
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