Environmental Film Screening
Before screening the environmental film "A Fierce Green Fire: The Battle for a Green Planet," director Mark Skitchell makes a brief introduction to the motives and content of the documentary. The event took place in the Belfer Center at the Harvard Kennedy School.
Students, faculty, and library staff protested proposed library cuts in front of the Science Center, emphasizing that the cuts could make it take longer to process research requests and pose challenges to scholars at Harvard.
We Love Libraries
Students, faculty, and library staff assemble in front of the Science Center Tuesday to protest proposed cuts and layoffs in the library system.
Art and Occupy
Students, faculty, and community members gather at “BYO: Unstable Art [Art and the Occupy Movement]” to discuss the importance of arts, aesthetics, and creativity in the context of the Occupy Movement.
Is Peace Possible?
Zvika Krieger, Senior Vice President of The S. Daniel Center for Middle East peace, speaks about the the challenges of achieving peace between Israel and Palestine and the specific issues of borders and refugees.
At the Grand Opening of The Office of BGLTQ Student Life, Professors Dorothy Austin and Diana Eck, Co-House Masters of Lowell House, read letters from a past gay Harvard student who was expelled for his sexual identity.