He once successfully defended a goat accused of killing its owner, and, on Monday afternoon, visiting Harvard Law School professor Howard E. Abrams encouraged students gathered at an informal luncheon to take animal rights seriously.
A group of Harvard College women gathered Wednesday night for a roundtable discussion about women’s futures in technology. The meeting, led by four women with successful careers in the field, was organized by the Harvard College Women’s Center.
Analyzing imagery and rhetoric from Kanye West’s “Gold Digger” to President Barack Obama’s quotations of Jay Z, Duke University professor Mark Anthony Neal emphasized the relationship between social media and social justice at an event hosted by Harvard’s Hiphop Archive & Research Institute yesterday.
Education professor Howard E. Gardner ’65 and information assistant professor Katie Davis discussed young adults’ increasing dependence on electronic devices at a Cambridge Forum meeting Monday evening at First Parish Church in Harvard Square.
The mother of Trayvon Martin, the Florida teenager whose killing by a neighborhood-watch volunteer last year sparked a national outcry over racial profiling, self-defense laws, and gun violence, urged Harvard Law School students to use their educations to reform the legal system during a talk Monday.
According to a panel that met Tuesday evening at the Geological Lecture Hall, modern citizens must begin to consider the larger implications that their food may have.
Avraham Burg offered a new model for approaching Israeli-Palestinian relations at a talk sponsored by the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs at Harvard University.
While American politics today suffers from an emphasis on partisanship, eliminating the party system would probably not be effective, said Alan K. Simpson in a lecture at the IOP Tuesday night.
Students explore social entrepreneurship at the job fair. The Igniting Innovation Summit has brought inspiring speakers and start-ups to Harvard this crispy Saturday.
Emily K Cunningham from Sweety Designs shows their products while offering opportunities for social entrepreneurship. The Igniting Innovation Summit has brought inspiring speakers and start-ups to Harvard this crispy Saturday.
Sweety Designs shows their products while offering opportunities for social entrepreneurship. The Igniting Innovation Summit brought inspiring speakers and start-ups to Harvard this Saturday.
Panelists argued that the targeting of specific minority groups has infused the American criminal justice system with racial and socioeconomic bias at an event Thursday night.
At a panel event Monday night, owners of four local restaurants in Massachusetts shared their stories of working from the bottom up and entering the food industry from unrelated fields.
While the American health care system may seem to be beyond repair, there may be a way to fix it, Massachusetts gubernatorial candidate Donald M. Berwick ’68 told an audience on Monday.