Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year Kerry Washington participates in on-stage antics during her roast with members of the Hasty Pudding Theatricals.
Caroline C. Kimetto '18, left, presents Athena Kan '19 with a credit towards a free mason jar mug at the "Celebrate and Stay Afloat" study break hosted by the Bureau of Study Counsel on Thursday.
Anwar E. Omeish '19 performs an original spoken word piece at Speak Out Loud's Fall Slam on Thursday.
Amy E. Soto, a staff member at Harvard Law School, calls for the creation of a diversity and inclusion office at a community meeting on Friday afternoon. “We see that we’re not represented,” she said. “When I come to work, I ask, ‘Am I welcome here?’”
Harvard Law School Dean Martha L. Minow listens and takes notes as students voice their opinions during the community meeting on Friday afternoon.
Marissa Cheifetz, a member of the Longfellow holiday open house’s staff, describes the Longfellows’ holiday menu to a visitor at Friday evening’s open house.
Joehn J. Favors, a second-year student at Harvard Law School and Winthop House tutor, invites Dean Martha L. Minow to respond at the community meeting on Friday afternoon.
A sign reading “IT’S TIME TO END RACISM AT HLS,” signed “HLS STAFF,” hangs right above the portraits of black law professors that had been defaced with black tape in November.
Harvard Law School students, staff, and faculty joined Dean Martha L. Minow at the third community meeting on race in the past three weeks on Friday afternoon.
Post-it Notes with positive messages continue to border the photographs of black Harvard Law School professors after their portraits were defaced with black tape in November.
The Harvard Undergraduate Drummers play “Buckets” during their performance “THUD News Network” on Sunday evening.
In the past few weeks, Facebook users around the country have found themselves invited to dozens of weird events. Their popularity is clearly growing as approximately 4,000 people have already said they are going (not really of course) to “lying in bed and cryin to Adele and feeling bad 4 urself” on December 31st at the time of this post. I was already invited to “turn into the mitochondria and become the powerhouse of the cell” earlier this week. The trend has only gained strength as we head into reading period a nd finals. To aid in your procrastination efforts, here are some Harvard Facebook events that Harvard students could attend.
The talk, titled “How and where should you donate?” was sponsored by undergraduate student group Harvard College Effective Altruism.
Using St. Louis as a framework, a lineup of prominent activists and academics held a panel discussion on the history of the black civil rights movement and the current state of the Black Lives Matter movement.