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Hosted by SEAS, Harvard Business School, and the Harvard Xfund, the event was one of the last of HUBWeek, a weeklong series of educational events in the Greater Boston area.
The Prudential Tower stands alight in the distance as crowds admire the Illuminus exhibit on Boston’s Lansdowne Street Saturday night. Locals flocked to the light and sound based contemporary art festival, one of the concluding events in Boston’s HUBweek series.
Devynne F. Fuga performs a Polynesian dance for the Indigenous Peoples’ Day celebration in Harvard Yard on Monday.
Halle Orr performs at the Cafe Gato Rojo Open Mic on Friday evening. The event raised money to support the Youth 2 Youth homeless shelter that is scheduled to open in Harvard Square this November.
Individuals congregate in Harvard Square on Sunday afternoon to celebrate Oktoberfest.
“It’s my version of ‘Don Quixote’ about a man today who think he’s a 1940s detective,” Black said as he introduced the book. “He sees the mystery in everything.”
As the University took an official holiday on Monday for Columbus Day, Harvard affiliates and local residents gathered in Harvard Yard to celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day.
“We really wanted to have an on-campus, open party where everyone felt they could own that space and see all of their friends,” said Madeline C. Hung ’16, one of the event’s student coordinators.
Last week, Flyby reported about the upcoming [BLANK] Party, an event hosted by a group of women on campus looking to encourage inclusivity in Harvard’s social scene. Flyby, being the intrepid reporters we are, trekked through the rain to the Science Center Plaza last night to check it out. In case you weren’t as down to brave the elements (read: drizzle) as we were, here’s a quick recap of what you missed.
The showcase was held as part of Boston HUBWeek, a series of events throughout the Greater Boston area organized jointly by Harvard, MIT, The Boston Globe, and Massachusetts General Hospital.
As CIA Director, Panetta oversaw the SEAL Team Six raid on Osama bin Laden’s safe house in Abbottabad, Pakistan, a mission now considered one of the major achievements of the Obama administration.
“Any discussion about reducing inequality in this country, and creating economic growth that reaches everyone, has to begin with investing in education,” Harvard President Drew Faust said Wednesday.
The former State Department official, who served as the lead American negotiator of the nuclear deal between Iran and a group of six countries led by the U.S., spoke candidly about the historic diplomatic effort.
Dubbing 2015 the “Year of the Podcast,” panelists at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society pulled back the curtain on the history of the digital media form and discussed its future.