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Kirkland holds a discussion in their Senior Common Room on March 10 after their housing day videos spark a controversy over respect for women and race relations.
Not all housing day videos are created equal. After Kirkland’s Housing Committee took down several of their Beyoncé-themed 2014 Housing Day videos due to inappropriate material, upperclassmen turned in a different aesthetic direction to give the Class of 2017 an idea of what they can expect should they be placed in Kirkland come next Thursday.
Following debate sparked by the release of its Housing Day videos—one of which featured masked female students dancing in bikinis—Kirkland House held an open forum Monday night to discuss student opinions.
A series of videos produced by students in Kirkland House to generate excitement for Housing Day sparked controversy and confusion among the student body last week, prompting the removal of the video from YouTube and plans for an open forum for students to discuss their concerns.
Andrew S. Flesher '15 and Alejandro Perez '15 recreate the founding of Facebook in their n-1 suite.
Eric P. Lesser ’07, Kirkland House tutor and third year student at Harvard Law School, said that his Harvard education, both as an undergraduate and law student, has shaped his campaign in several ways and helped him appreciate “the power of a good idea.”
I had the opportunity to meet up with four of the seven residents of Zuckerberg’s Facebook suite for some retrospection, reflection, and laughs.
A close-up of a piece entitled "Domestic Ratchet Playlist" painted in the Kirkland House B Basement. Various blocking groups have painted along the Kirkland hallway.
A nondescript heart figure in the Kirkland House B Basement. Various blocking groups have painted along the Kirkland hallway.
"How to Tie a Bowtie with the Kirkland Gentlemen" blocking group painting in the Kirkland B Basement. Various blocking groups have made paintings along the basement hallway.
The ceremony, which took place Friday night in the house’s junior common room, also marked the renaming of the room as the Finnegan Family JCR in honor of Paul J. Finnegan ’75, a former Kirkland resident, prominent University donor, and current member of the Harvard Corporation.
Jack Reardon ’60 announced last week that he will step down from his position as Harvard Alumni Association executive director next year.