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Cambridge City Councillor Nadeem A. Mazen is spearheading an effort to raise Cambridge’s minimum wage to $15 an hour, though it remains unclear whether such a policy shift would affect Harvard.
Last Monday, four Harvard buildings were evacuated and searched after Harvard Police received a report of a bomb threat that proved to be unfounded.
Students from Harvard and Tufts listen to student leaders from both schools after marching to Porter Square. The event was part of a larger National Student Call to Action, encouraging colleges across the country to organize their own events to bring attention to the continuing problem of racial inequality on college campuses.
A protester raises his fist in solidarity during the march to Porter Square. Students and affiliates from Harvard and Tufts gathered there to show their support for black students across the country in light of recent racially-motivated incidents at the University of Missouri and Yale.
Harvard students and affiliates march to Porter Square to join Tufts in a demonstration against racial inequality on college campuses nationwide.
With campus social culture having reached the all-time low of referenda colonizing Pusey Library, it seems time to venture out of the Harvard bubble, to get out with a few friends, and rearrange the sensible.
Jumai J. Yusuf '16 demonstrates with Harvard students and affiliates in the Science Center Plaza. Members of the Harvard community gathered Wednesday afternoon in an effort to stand in solidarity with those who have been affected by recent incidents of racism and discrimination on college campuses.
Members of the Cambridge Police Special Response Team (SRT) converge outside of Sever Hall Monday afternoon. The building was one of many evacuated during the the bomb threat.
The crowdsourcing endeavor, #StemtoShine, aims to raise $5,000 to support one of the organization’s mentorship programs.
Police have not yet identified the source of Monday's unfounded bomb threat in Harvard Yard.
Harvard police received an unconfirmed bomb threat via email on Monday, prompting an evacuation of four buildings in and around Harvard Yard before it was determined to be unfounded. The Crimson's multimedia staff documents the scene as the investigation unfolded.
In a scene strikingly similar to a scare two years ago, students evacuated Harvard’s Science Center and Sever, Emerson, and Thayer Halls around 12:30 p.m. on Monday after police reported receiving an unconfirmed bomb threat.
TEDxHarvardCollege Co-Presidents Christian G. Haigh ’17 and Eva Shang ’17 introduce speakers at the first TEDx event affiliated with the college. The first TEDx event at Harvard took place on Saturday at the Radcliffe Knafel Center.
Professor of Energy Daniel G. Nocera discusses his “artificial leaf” at the first Harvard College-affiliated TEDx event, which took place Saturday.
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Brighan & Women's Hospital Ziad Obermeyer discusses the importance of improving global emergency care at the first Harvard College-affiliated TEDx event. The sold-out talk series discussed the implications of a world population of 9 billion in the year 2050.