Avi Loeb, pictured here in 2017, is a Harvard professor an astrophysicist who founded the Galileo Project, a controversial center dedicated to unearthing evidence that objects made by extraterrestrial life are in our solar system.
Students busy finishing up work at the Science Center workspace.
Chocolate samples abound at the 10th Annual Taste of Chocolate Weekend hosted by Harvard Square businesses.
Richard S. Kelley '10 speaks about his experiences working as a Senior Associate at the DC Affordable Law Firm during the 2018 Public Interested Conference on Saturday.
Professor Avi Loeb, chair of the Astronomy Department at Harvard, founded the Black Hole Initiative.
Professor Richard Thomas, author of "Why Bob Dylan Matters."
Lowell Ho-co organized a free party for undergraduates in their dining hall this weekend. Many HoCos have been hosting similar events this semester, which are open to all undergraduates and free of charge.
From left to right, moderator Edward Cunningham and panelists Carter Wall, Bryan Garcia, and Jeffrey Schub speak on New England green banks Thursday afternoon at the Kennedy School.
Ally E. Beard ‘21, Grant A. Hoechst 18’ and Julia H. Wright ‘21 perform at the Immediate Gratification Players Freshman Show on Saturday night.
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