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Elizabeth H. Yang

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Student Groups

Harvard Student Agencies Acquires Campus Insights

Harvard Student Agencies acquired Campus Insights, a student-run millennial user experience firm, earlier this month as part of their expansion into the tech realm.

Mila Kunis, Woman of the Year
Student Groups

Hasty Pudding Celebrates Woman of the Year Mila Kunis

Kunis, known for her roles in “Black Swan," “That '70s Show," and “Family Guy," rode down Massachusetts Ave. in a convertible surrounded by vibrantly costumed Pudding members.

Hasty Pudding Man and Woman of the Year Tickets
Student Groups

HPT Man of Year Tickets Cost More Than Twice Woman of Year Price

Tickets to see Hasty Pudding Theatricals Man of the Year Paul Rudd are priced at $200, while Woman of the Year Mila Kunis tickets cost $80.

Mila Kunis

Mila Kunis Named Hasty Pudding’s 2018 Woman of the Year

The Hasty Pudding will honor Kunis on Jan. 25 with a parade she will lead through the streets of Cambridge.

Harvards Win 2018 World Universities Debating Championship
Student Life

Harvard Team Wins 2018 World Debating Championship

After waiting hours to hear the final decision, Harvard's winning duo jumped up and down when judges announced them as the victors in a 5–4 vote over Princeton University.

Spring Break Dining
Student Life

Clocking Out: Jobs Off-Campus

But for some students every year, going to work means leaving Harvard Yard and venturing into Cambridge and the Boston area.

Kennedy School Globes
Harvard Kennedy School

HKS, MIT Launch Joint International Studies Program

The fellowship is sponsored by $1.8 million in grants from the Charles Koch Foundation to each respective school.

UC Crimson Crossfire

Data Project Forecasts Zhang and Boucher as Likely UC Winners

Zhang and Boucher are the likely winners of this year’s UC presidential election, if the results of the Harvard Open Data Project’s election analysis are to be believed.

Amazon Prime

Faculty Express Mixed Feelings on Boston’s Amazon Bid

Harvard experts in urban planning, technology, and sociology say Amazon's potential landing in Boston would have likely deep ramifications for the city—both good and bad.

The European Union Global Strategy and Its Implications in Tax Policy
University News

Experts Plumb Complexities of International Tax Policy

Questions over the taxation of multinational corporations are putting strain on the relationship between the United States and the European Union, experts said at a Center for European Studies event Wednesday.


Downtown Boston Rotary Holds Sock Drive For Local Homeless Shelters

“We cannot raise $50,000 to build new classrooms, but what we can do is get socks,” said an organizer of the drive.