Tamara K. Lanier, who sued the University in March 2019 to gain the rights to historic photos of enslaved people she says are her ancestors, said the Brattle Theatre was the perfect place for the film to premiere, as it is in Harvard’s “backyard.”
University of Michigan professor Susan M. Dynarski is joining the faculty at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education.
The exterior of the Harvard Art Museum.
Trash Night shows monthly at the Brattle Theater in Cambridge.
The office that houses Harvard's Counseling and Mental Health Services.
Dr. Peniel E. Joseph (left) provides introductory remarks for the Martin Luther King, Jr.: Life, Loss, Legacy event held at the Institute of Politics Friday. He introduced University Professor Danielle Allen (right), the keynote speaker of the evening.
The owner of Porter Square Books offers his thoughts on the importance of independent bookstores in the age of Amazon.
Vlogger Juan Carlos Pena '19 speaks to the viewers about life at Harvard. His channel, changemakers, has over 100 videos.
The Cambridge Rindge and Latin School has re-established its Black Student Union
Harvard's Act on a Dream hosts the Collegiate Alliance for Immigration Reform (CAIR) in Northwest Bio Labs this weekend. The conference featured a variety of events including artistic expression led by Karla C. Mendoza '18.
Located right outside Gund Hall of Harvard's Graduate School of Design, this Hubway Station is just one of the many in the Boston area.
Tayari Jones signs books at the Harvard Book Store.
Author Tayari Jones signs copies of her book at The Harvard Book Store Monday night.
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