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In two social media campaigns—one organized by Asian and Asian-American students and another spearheaded by black student groups—students posted Facebook photos to show solidarity with those affected by the Oct. 3 emailed death threat.
Entrepreneur and venture capitalist Peter A. Thiel stressed the role of innovation in entrepreneurship during a conversation at Harvard Business School on Thursday.
Morris Yau '17 works during Puzzle Day at the iLab. Teams of students competed for prizes at the Facebook-sponsored event such as a Nintendo Wii U.
Mohammed N. Oosman, a university recruiter for Facebook, welcomes the crowd at CS50 Puzzle Day. Malan has described "a mutually beneficial relationship" between CS50 and tech companies.
It seems that Mark Zuckerberg really liked his alma mater. Either that or Dhaka, Bangladesh has a online obsession with Harvard.
Sheryl K. Sandberg ’91, the chief operating officer of Facebook, discusses her time at Harvard as an undergraduate and gender inequality in the workplace as the 2014 College Class Day speaker.
Sandberg is the chief operating officer of Facebook and the author of the controversial book “Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead."
Class of 2017 Facebook Celebrities from left to right: Gabriel L. Guimaraes ‘17, Gabby D. Aguirre ‘17, Stephen A. Turban ‘17, & Luka Kordić ‘17
The realm of Harvard celebrities boasts computer science geniuses, iconic American family members, and most importantly, the Harvard Class of 2017 Facebook group stars. These internet personalities were able to spare us a moment of their busy lives to have a talk with us about their online fame. Class of 2017, we all remember the unforgettable posts of Gabby D. Aguirre ‘17, Gabriel L. Guimaraes ‘17, Luka Kordić ‘17, and Stephen A. Turban ‘17.
Here’s some advice on how to get ahead of the curve and become a celebrity on campus without ever leaving your bedroom.