Sarvani Gooptu performed Dwijendralal Roy's songs from his play Shah Jahan at CGIS South Thursday evening.
Askwith Forum hosted a panel with Jennifer Blatz, Michael McAfee, Laura Pinsoneault, and Paul Reville to discuss how to use collaborative actions to improve children's lives.
Harvard's Sert Gallery will display the exhibit "Time is Now: Photography and Social Change in James Baldwin's America" from Sept. 13 until Dec. 30.
&pizza and Milk Bar will share a roof in the storefronts formerly occupied by Tory Row and Crimson Corner.
Thursday afternoon in CGIS South, Jacqueline Bhabha and Elizabeth Donger discussed research about how to prevent exploitation of children in India.
Sanjeev Arora, a Princeton University computer science professor, gives a lecture about the theoretical understanding of deep learning in Science Center Hall D.
Located on Church Street, the Harvard Square Theater is currently vacant.
The Department of Visual and Environmental Studies is holding a senior thesis exhibition in Carpenter Center from April 27th to May 24th.
Min Jin Lee, who is the author of Free Food for Millionaires (2007) and Pachinko (2017), spoke about her publications and work at Emerson Hall.
In Sever Hall, four prominent journalists named Michael Petrou, Jonathan Guyer, Izzy Finkel, and Sharaf al-Hourani spoke about the moral responsibiliies and challenges of reporting on Middle East news.
The Harvard Undergraduate BGLTQ Business Society (HUBBS) hosts a non-profit panel and networking session with representatives from Act Blue, City Year, and Planned Parenthood. Sushi was served.
Benjamin Zawacki gives a talk about his book "Thailand: Shifting Ground Between the U.S. and a Rising China" in CGIS South Wednesday afternoon.
Verena Conley, a Long Term Visiting Professor of Comparative Literature and Romance Languages and Literature at Harvard, gives a talk titled "Care Tactics: Environmental Practice of Everyday Life."
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