5k for veterans
Harvard College Veterans Engagement Initiative (HCVEI) and Team Rubicon (TR) participate in the “RUN AS ONE” 5K Run/Walk on Saturday. This event is held In honor of the memory of Clay Hunt, founding member of Team Rubicon.
One World Charity Concert
Peter Davis, proud Currier resident and Harvard College senior, emceed the One World charity concert in Memorial Hall on Friday night. The Din and Tonics, the Kroks, the Opportunes, and the Callbacks were among the ten acts at this charity event for flood victims in Pakistan and famine victims in the Horn of Africa.
Cupcakes from the Sweet n’ Nasty bakery are given to the first people to arrive at the Female Orgasm Seminar on Saturday night. The seminar also had a vulva shaped cake that was given to the sports team with the most attendees.
The Nostalgics, Harvard's first and only motown and soul band, performs at Battle for Yardfest on Friday. The Nostalgics won the competition and will open for The Cataracs and Das Racist at Yardfest.
The Bible and Homosexuality
Saturday afternoon, Harvard undergraduates watch the screening of Matthew R. Vines’ ‘12 video “The Bible and Homosexuality” in Harvard Hall. Vines’ video argues that the Bible does not oppose same sex relationships.
Run as One
Harvard College Veterans Engagement Initiative (HCVEI) and Team Rubicon (TR) begin the “RUN AS ONE” 5K Run/Walk on Saturday. This event is held In honor of the memory of Clay Hunt, founding member of Team Rubicon.
A group of Warren supporters from the Massachusetts College Democrats wave to passers-by and solicit honks of approval at the conner of Boylston and Tremont Street in downtown Boston on Saturday afternoon.