Ingrid Monson, Harvard’s Interim Dean of Arts and Humanities, shares her views on the benefits of an interdisciplinary education, saying it gives students momentum to come up with their most innovative ideas.
Elena H. Chit ‘12, Ja-yoon Choe ‘12, and Janet J. Wee ‘11, prepare free ramen for the audience prior to a screening of “Hiding”, a documentary about a rescue of North Korean refugees from China in Harvard Hall yesterday.
Prefrosh attend a panel on social sciences yesterday, where Professor Efraim Benmelech shared his views on how to prevent another financial crisis.
Carol Queen from Good Vibrations, a women’s sexual entertainment and pornography store, discusses her experiences both on and off the camera, specifying the role of “positive porn” in society.
Harvard faculty members at the panel “Big Questions in the Sciences,” field questions from prefrosh and their parents about the importance of stem cell research. Faculty panels for this year’s visiting program were redesigned in the vein of “Harvard Thinks Big.”
Students have written about before graduation aspirations on a chalkboard ‘bucket list’ between Thayer Hall and the Science Center yesterday.
Dozens of protesters participating in the March for Common Sense pass through Harvard Square yesterday as they retrace Paul Revere’s ride from Boston to Lexington in reverse.
Dr. Ibrahim Najjar, the former Justice Minister of Lebanon and Professor of Law at St. Joseph University in Beirut, speaks about Shariah and civil law in Lebanon to students at Harvard Law School yesterday.