Ellis J. Yeo
Ellis J. Yeo is a Multimedia Chair of the 145th Guard of The Harvard Crimson. Originally from Philadelphia, she currently lives in Mather House and studies Classics and English at Harvard, with a secondary in Chemistry.
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Dean Robin Kelsey, pictured here in 2017, led a task force focused on articulating principles related to the visual culture and signage in FAS spaces.
Dr. Sara Feldman teaches language courses as well as a Yiddish cinema class.
Ju Yon Kim will be the only tenure-track professor specializing in Asian American Studies next fall.
The Greek vases are located on the third floor of the Harvard Art Museums.
The Harvard Art Museum hosted a Sexy Vases Tour for Parents on March 15.
"When my friends asked me if I wanted to join them on their spring break trip to San Juan, I wasn’t aware of the island’s history."
Rachelle T. Grossman is a G4 in the Department of Comparative Literature.
A cartoon run in The Crimson parodying the great grape debate.
Sergio J. Campos ‘00, a member of Raza, leads students in a vigil on the steps of Memorial Church in solidarity with the UFW.
Members of The Grape Coalition discuss strategy over bowls of grapes.
The Harvard Art Museums hold one of the largest collections relating to the Bauhaus,
The Bauhaus was the 20th century’s most influential school of art, architecture, and design.
Phil Kaye, acclaimed spoken word poet and YouTube sensation, performs in Porter Square Books on a snowy night.
Trisha N. Prabhu '22 created and patented ReThink, an anti-cyberbullying app that detects harmful language and nudges its users to ‘rethink’ the words they are about to send or post.
Fifteen Questions: Harvey Mansfield on Ideological Diversity, Trumpism, and his Signature Fedora
Harvard Proposes New Site for the American Repertory Theater in Allston
Spilling the Beans: Starbucks to Rejoin Harvard Square — In a New Location
Healey Holds Commanding Lead Over Diehl in Massachusetts Governor’s Race
Jokes That Aren’t Funny: Racism and Harassment in Student Traditions