Occupy Harvard protesters gather for a last cheer on the steps of Lamont before leaving Friday night. Because the library closes at 10pm on Fridays, the protesters could not stay in Lamont Cafe.
President's Day Relaxation
Kenneth Mai '15 and Diana Nguyen '15 take a moment out of their otherwise hectic President's Day to chat with a friend. Long weekends are never long enough for these busy college students.
Friday night four students from Boston area colleges visit the Peer Contraceptive Counselors table at a reception following The Vagina Monologues.
Friday night Keri Hartman '12 speaks with a representative of the My Life My Choice project at a reception following The Vagina Monologues.
German Conference at Harvard
Prominent German leaders gathered to debate on the German angst of leadership in the euro crisis, security policy, and green energy movement on Friday and Saturday in Longfellow Hall. This energy panel discussed Germany’s leading role in the Third Industrial Revolution.
On Friday, Harvard graduate student Pratheev S. Sreetharan demonstrates how the robotic fly works when it is cranked manually. He hopes to explore all of the implications of his breakthrough.
Occupy Harvard protesters collect their belongings before leaving Lamont Friday night. The sign reads, "Greetings to the Bogazici Starbucks Counter
Occupation, Occupy Harvard," an occupation in Istanbul, Turkey that is similar to Occupy Harvard.
Cabot Cafe Reopening
Baristas Akanksha Sharma ‘14 and Marie-Fatima Hyacinthe ‘14 greet customers in Cabot Cafe, where it offered new drinks and pastries, more seating, lower prices, and new artwork as decor after its grand reopening.