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HKS New Campus
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Kennedy School Completes Campus Renovations

The $126 million construction project, underway since late 2015, included several new buildings added to the center of campus.

Karen M. Maldonado (top)
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Karen M. Maldonado

“I dove into it and realized that there is a lot of cool theory about weightlifting and men in prison yards and how it builds bodily autonomy and masculinity and empowerment."

Telenovelas in Pan-Latino Context
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Telenovelas in Pan-Latino Context

Author June Carolyn Erlick reads from her latest book, “Telenovelas in Pan-Latino Context,” at the Barker Center on Wednesday evening.

New Target in Porter Square
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New Target in Porter Square

A new Target store is set to open in Porter Square.

Tercentenary Theater Commencement 2016
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University Marshal O'Neill to Retire

As the tenth University marshal, O’Neill led the Wadsworth House office responsible for welcoming foreign dignitaries, organizing Harvard-wide events, and providing information on the University’s traditions and ceremonies.

Mindfulness Monday
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Mindfulness Monday

A man practices Tai Chi outside of the Harvard Museum of Natural History.

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Harvard Film Archive Releases Winter Production Schedule

The films encompass a diversity of genres, including a holiday show and other seasonal films, foreign dramas, and experimental documentaries.

Valarie Long and Unions
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Valarie Long and Unions

Valarie Long, an executive vice president of the Service Employees International Union, speaks about labor justice at the Harvard Law Forum on Tuesday afternoon.

Science Center Farmers Market
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Science Center Farmers Market

Local vendors sell food at the weekly Farmers’ Market in the Science Center Plaza on Tuesday.

Get Wole
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Get Wole

Nobel Prize-winning playwright Wole Soyinka lectures at the Barker Center Tuesday evening. Soyinka is speaking on African art in a three-part lecture series this week.

Preparing for The Game
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You Can Always Tell a Harvard Man

When people say Harvard vs. Yale is a rivalry for the ages, they aren't lying.

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Alumnus Donates Dutch Old Master Drawings to Harvard Art Museums

Donated by alumnus George S. Abrams ’54, the collection of 330 drawings span two centuries and represent over 125 artists.

What a League
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What a League

Entering the penultimate week of Ivy League football, there exists the possibility of a seven way tie for the crown. For an unfortunate Brown team, the possibility at title is sadly out of the realm of possibilities

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Adams Drag Night

While scores of students enjoy Drag Night each year, many remain unaware of the history behind the event until they are told by others.

Apley Court
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Headphones, White Noise Machines Dull Construction Clamor in Apley Court

The 30 freshmen living in Apley Court do not have to worry about the honking and clanging emanating from the Smith Campus Center construction site anymore.