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Following student group complaints and internal discussions, HUDS has decided to suspend purchases of appliances from Soda Stream, an Israeli company involved in settlement disputes in the West Bank.
Elise M. Stefanik '06, a Republican, became the youngest woman ever elected to Congress this past November.
Though President Barack Obama nominated Murthy for the position in Nov. 2013, conservative members of Congress objected to his history of political activism.
Until last April, HUDS had been purchasing water machines from a company recently acquired by SodaStream, an Israeli company that specializes in do-it-yourself soda and water machines.
Cambridge residents spectate the 'March on Harvard' as protesters walked up Western Ave. on Friday Evening.
A protestor takes a photo during a die-in in Central Square on Friday evening as a part of the 'March on Harvard' protest.
Members of the Harvard community chant "hands up don't shoot," at a peaceful protest in the Science Center Plaza Friday evening. The protest brought together students from many Harvard University schools.
Harvard students lay in front of traffic during a die-in at the intersection of Memorial Dr. and Western Ave. to protest two recent, separate grand jury decisions not to indict white police officers who killed two unarmed black men.
Cambridge police officers block traffic on Mass. Ave. as Harvard protesters stage a die-in in Central Square to protest two recent, separate grand jury decisions not to indict white police officers who killed two unarmed black men.
Members of the Harvard Community lead a die-in in Harvard Square on Friday evening to protest two recent, separate grand jury decisions not to indict white police officers who killed two unarmed black men.
An estimated 600 protesters streamed through Harvard Square Friday evening in what appears to be the largest gathering yet in Cambridge in response to two decisions by grand juries not to indict police officers who killed unarmed black men.
President Obama congratulates Lesser in Jan. 2011 on his acceptance to Harvard Law School.
Colleagues from the Kennedy School of Government and Department of Defense said Carter was an excellent candidate to lead the U.S. military because of his administrative skills and deep understanding of policy.
U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon repeatedly called on Harvard students and faculty to actively engage in conversations about those issues through means such as research.