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More than 400 students were involved in the 25th annual Ghungroo dance performance last weekend.
British fashion model, actress, and social entrepreneur Lily L. Cole is working to make the impossible possible with the U.S. launch of her London-based social media site and application called Impossible.
Michael R. Bloomberg, the former mayor of New York City and the co-founder of the multibillion dollar financial information company Bloomberg L.P., will address graduates and their families at Harvard’s 363rd Commencement Exercises on May 29.
The Radcliffe Statues Project, part of Women's Week 2013, displayed facts and questions about gender-related issues at Harvard. Organizers said they hoped this would be a playful way to discuss gender on campus.
John Donovan, a correspondent to ABC News, asks panelists in a Harvard Law School debate whether affirmative action on campus does more harm than good. The event took place at Austin Hall on Thursday, Feb. 27.
Randall L. Kennedy, professor of law at Harvard Law School speaks of the benefits of affirmative action on campuses on Thursday Feb. 27.
Gail Harriot, a professor of law at the University of San Diego, and Richard H. Sander '78, a professor of law at University of California in Los Angeles School of Law, say that affirmative action does more harm than good on university campuses.
Jazz musician Herbert “Herbie” J. Hancock hosts the third of six lectures as part of “The Ethics of Jazz" series on Thursday, Feb. 27.
Jazz musician Herbert “Herbie” J. Hancock plays the piano for audience members on Thursday Feb.27 as part of "The Ethics of Jazz" lecture series in Sanders.
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck and retired NFL linebacker Isaiah Kacyvenski ‘00 discuss future sports technology on Thursday Feb. 27.
UC President Gus A. Mayopoulos '15 smears hair gel off of UC Vice-President Sietse K. Goffard's forehead at the rally on Thursday, February 20.
UC President Gus A. Mayopoulos '15 addresses a crowd at his rally for increased student funding on Thursday, Feb. 20.
Though the protests in Ukraine have waned over the past few days, Harvard scholars said during a panel on Monday that the country still has some work to be done in order to repair its democracy.