Amanda Haziz-Ginsberg, MTS ’12, is videotaped, photographed, and questioned as intrigued individuals gather around the Occupy Harvard movement.
Harvard employees come to Occupy Harvard to say a quick hello and thank you to the Occupy Harvard protesters.
Students on their way to class must walk around the Yard to find an open gate near the Science Center and then are show their ID's to HUPD officers to get into the yard
Hannah Hofheinz, a ThD candidate at the Harvard Divinity School, explains the movement to a curious woman as two members of the Occupy Harvard movement grab breakfast.
Members of the Occupy Harvard movement's facilitation working group convene in Harvard Yard with a request that journalists not distract or interrupt the group's meeting.
There is an eerie silence around the colorful tents and fall leaves at the Occupy Harvard movement in Harvard Yard on Thursday morning.
A student reads the cardboard protest sign proclaiming “HARVARD IS THE 99%” as she walks by. The Occupy Harvard movement is beginning to attract more bystander attention.