Music group Umeed-e-Sahar played alongside Harvard students on Saturday at a fundraising concert to benefit victims of the flood in Pakistan in Leverett Dining Hall to students and members of the South Asian community.
The DÜNYA Ensemble performs "Between Two Worlds: An Ottoman Musical Tapestry" at the Center for European Studies Busch Hall Museum, presented by Harvard College European Society.
Students throw colorful powder at each other on the MAC quad during Holi, the traditional Indian celebration signifying the beginning of spring. The powder, called “rang”, was imported from India for the event.
Saturday’s Hoops Against Cancer, sponsored by the Harvard Cancer Society, Black Men’s Forum, and Evening with Champions, is the second annual three-on-three basketball tournament raising money for cancer research.
“Whose Line Is It Anyway?” star Wayne Brady improvs with Chris Fruge ‘13 and the other members of the Immediate Gratification Players. (IGP) on Friday after having been named the second ever “Immediate Gratification Player of the Year.”
Harvard Kendo Club performs at the Rite of Spring, an event held by Harvard for Japan Saturday night at Memorial Church that featured performances by various student groups and bands.
Volunteers sign-up to participate in a community jog called "The Burger Mile" and receive free burgers. Led by the Burger Brigade, they hope to raise money to start a Somerville chapter of "Back On My Feet," an organization that aids Boston's homeless populations.