Congressman Michael Capuano’s (D-MA) Issues Director, Kate Auspitz, speaks on behalf of Congressman Michael Capuano on immigration policy and reform at Harvard Hillel on Wednesday evening.
Moderator Roilos Panagiotis watches as Harvard Law School professor Noah Feldman discusses the rise of Salafi Islam among youth in Tunisia on Wednesday. His talk "The Politics of Islamic Cultures in the Wake of the Arab Spring" was sponsored by the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs.
A student asks University of Michigan professor Phillip Deloria a question at a lunch sponsored by the Harvard University Native American Program on Wednesday. Dr. Deloria, who spoke to students about his life experiences, presented a lecture "Toward an American Indian Abstract: Art, Anthropology, and Politics in the Work of Mary Sully” at the Barker Center on Wednesday night.
The ignition of combustible fuel within a soft robot is captured. Researchers in the Whitesides group are using the explosion of the gas to create rapid actuation of the robot allowing it to rapidly jump.
A Right to Bear Arms
National Rifle Association President David Keene, right, answers a question posed by IOP Fellow and CNN coorespondent John King at the JFK Jr. Forum on NRA's recent stance on guns in schools.
British comedian Eddie Izzard accepts the Outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award in Cultural Humanism presented by Harvard's Humanist Community. In a witty acceptance speech, Izzard explained his beliefs on choosing to believe in humans, rather than believing in a god.