Going on a Zodiac Hunt
The Harvard Natural History Museum is showcasing a special Chinese Zodiac Animal Hunt where you can "discover the real animals behind the Chinese zodiac." 2011 is the Year of the Rabbit according to the Chinese Zodiac Calendar. Those born under this sign are said to be gentle and sensitive, albeit sometimes overly romantic. If this is your Zodiac Year, wear red for good luck!
Careers in Teaching Expo
Becky Van der Bogert and Donna Tobey from Palm Beach Day Academy discuss prospective job opportunities with Katrina Peady at the Harvard PreK-12 expo in the Gutman Conference Center.
Students attending the Job Search workshop at the Office of Career Services on February 17, 2011 pick up worksheets with helpful tips about interviews, resumes, and cover letters. Nancy Saunders of the OCS discusses how to navigate the Crimson Careers website, where Harvard lists internships and career opportunities.
Peace in the Middle East
Daniel Levy and Amjad Atallah the co-directors of the New America Foundation's Middle East Task Force engage their audience at Sever Hall Thursday night with discussion regarding how the changes in the Middle East will effect the peace process.
The Harvard Political Union discusses the ROTC's role in the Harvard community in Lowell House Junior Common Room Thursday night. Students talk about the implications of DADT's repeal on Harvard's official recognition of ROTC and what role ROTC and military recruitment should play on Harvard's campus.