Guests at the In-Sight Evenings kick off event are provided with an inside glimpse at the work the Sackler’s curators and conservators are doing in preparation for the reopening of our new facility on Quincy Street.
Anne-Marie Slaughter speaks on the balance between open and closed media. Once a professor at Harvard Law School, she is now the Bert
G. Kerstetter University Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Princeton University.
SWIM WITH TIM
As the head coach of the U.S. open water swimming team at the 2012 Olympics, Harvard men’s swimming and diving coach Tim Murphy worked extensively with Olympian Alex Meyer ’10, who placed 10th in London.
Nate Silver, the man behind The New York Times' FiveThirtyEight blog, discusses different aspects of prediction in politics and baseball.
Sophomore Meg Casscells-Hamby and senior Taryn Kurcz lead Harvard in scoring and will work to help the team’s offense capitalize on a Brown defense that has struggled to stifle its opponents’ attack in Saturday’s game.
Rookie Ben Zepfel has established himself as an integral part of Harvard’s offense with a team-high 49 goals. But after a recent string of losses, the Crimson will look to rebound against Brown on Thursday.
Johany Pilar, a mail clerk in the Science Center Mail Center, shares her experiences of sexual harassment, indifference, and discrimination in the workplace to members of the Harvard community gathered for a discussion on rape culture.