A view of Erin M. Hutchinson’s couch and living room decor from the corridor leading to her bedroom.
The kitchen in a graduate student's Harvard University-owned housing has narrow dimensions and no dishwasher.
The courtyard of Erin M. Hutchinson's Harvard University-owned apartment.
High ceilings open up the space in Kadeem J. Gilbert's apartment, while skylights let in light during the day for his plants.
Kadeem J. Gilbert found his studio apartment in Somerville through another graduate student in his department. He formerly lived in Harvard University housing.
A cat named Chicken greets visitors in the entrance to graduate student Jack M. Nicoludis's home.
The front door to Jack M. Nicoludis's home.
A member of the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers (HUCTW) wears a sign asking Harvard to invest in its staff in November of 2012.
Students preparing for Malcolm X weekend in the late 1970s.
A photo from a 1975 yearbook compilation on black community life.
Students protest in front of Massachusetts Hall in 1975.
As the landscape of affinity groups on campus has evolved, a consistent theme has been the struggle for space—space to gather, space to make minority voices heard, and space in the University consciousness as a whole.
All kinds of Allstonians are affected by the congestion—and proposed development—around I-90, and a multi-generational group of neighbors has stepped up.
Tai chi master Yon Lee challenges an FM writer to stab him.