Top Chef Harvard
A competitor slices an apple as part of the final round of Top Chef Harvard at Annenberg yesterday.
Harvard Law School Panel
Francesca Gino, Associate Professor at the Harvard Business School, discusses the implicit corruption in the provision of health care with special attention to conflicts of interest that are substantially unwitting.
Comedian Julie Goldman delivers a stand-up routine on being gay, Jewish mothers, women's restrooms, single-sex marriage, and babies. The talk, called "Laughter and Lezzing Out," was sponsored by QSA, GLOW, TTF, BAGELS, and RUS.
The Maharaja replaces the Bombay Club in Harvard Square. This new Indian restaurant is located on top of Staples at 57 JFK Street and is one of the new restaurants that have opened in the Square this spring.
Barghouti Stuggles for Palestinians
Omar Barghouti speaks on the global stuggle for the rights of people in Palestine yesterday. The talk was followed by a moderated question-and-answer discussion with Dr. Alice Rothchild of the Harvard Medical School.