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South Carolina Governor Nikki R. Haley is presented with a Harvard “letter sweater” by Harvard Foundation intern Nuha Saho ‘18 at the conclusion of the dinner event where she was invited to make remarks Thursday night. Haley spoke with pride about the idea of a “New South” that promoted racial and economic equality and defended the Republican Party from accusations of racism and intolerance.
Boston-area residents participate in weekly stair runs at the Harvard Stadium, enjoying a sense of community.
Aniruddh D. Patel, a professor at Tufts University, talks about his course on cognitive science and music with Harvard students and faculty in the music department room on a Wednesday afternoon. They discussed different ways to redesign music concentration requirements.
Members of the public watch as the Harvard-Allston Task Force presents progress on Harvard buildings in Allston. University staff and contractors presented blueprints for the new School of Engineering and Applied Sciences complex.
The Hutchins Center for African & African American Research presents Marian W. Edelman with the W.E.B. Du Bois Medal at Sanders Theater on Wednesday afternoon.
Kevin Casey, Harvard Associate Vice President for Public Affairs and Communications, discusses the progress of Harvard’s projects in Allston at a public meeting Wednesday at the Honan-Allston Library.
Harvard Republican Club President Aaron I. Henricks '16, often describes the campus group as a "big tent," welcoming self-identified Republicans from the Tea Party to the center right.
"I’ve had instances in classes where perhaps for a paper I’ve written something other than I really feel, because I know that perhaps if I write what I really feel I may not get the best grade," said Cameron K. Khansarinia '18.
Plans for the science complex include classrooms, labs, lounge spaces, an exhibition space, a cafeteria, and 250 parking spots.
Undergraduates are critical of the hallway common rooms featured in recent House renovations at the expense of private space.
Undergraduate Council representative criticize the Council's decision to continue funding smartphone application Ventfull.
“We did not just send an email to email@example.com,” the conference’s secretary-general said, adding that the organization’s staff was surprised that the Pope accepted.
Harvard will offer a new college application platform that positions itself as a more individualized alternative to the Common Application