Dr. Lisa Wade, a Sociology professor at Occidental College, discusses how college cultures and expectations have changed the nature of sex and love, for Harvard Sex Week on Monday evening.
How to Talk to Your Doctor About Sex
Students in the Adams LCR listen as Stefanie Boltz from the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy speaks on Monday evening at How to Talk to Your Doctor About Sex, part of Sex Week.
Laurence Golborne Rivero's, Chile's Minister of Public Works, jokes about his unfamiliarity with the particular version of his powerpoint during his address about public policy, leadership, and crisis management as moderator Herman Leonard, Professor of Public Management at HKS and Professor of Business Administration at HBS, listens on Monday, March 26 at the IOP John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum.
Taylor Reiter '15 explores the Human Evolutionary Biology concentration at the Advising Fortnight Kickoff Dinner in Annenberg. Advising Fortnight, which is designed to help the freshmen choose a concentration, will run for the next two weeks.
Co-captain Valentin Staller came second at the NCAA Fencing Championships last weekend, closing out his Crimson career with All-American honors. The senior will look to continue fencing at the US National Championships in April with hopes of competing on the international level.
Eipp for a Challenge
Sophomore attackman Daniel Eipp, shown here in earlier action, and a potent Harvard offense will look to be firing on all cylinders as it travels to Amherst Tuesday night to take on No. 3 UMass. The Crimson is trying to make it three in a row against its cross-state rival.