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Members of the Harvard Quidditch Team begin to practice October 13, 2015 in John F. Kennedy Memorial Park. Founded in 2009, the team plays the only co-ed contact sport offered at Harvard, according to the Harvard Recreation website.
Peer counselors with the group Consent Advocates and Relationship Educators, or CARE, will lead the meetings, which a House-wide email—co-signed by Casey and House Masters Diana L. Eck and Dorothy A. Austin—described as “conversations.”
Students crowded the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum to watch a screening of the democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas on October 13, 2015.
Students get free henna tattoos in the Science Center Plaza on Friday afternoon. The event was hosted by the Harvard College Korean International Students Association, the Harvard Korean Association, and Team Butterfly Effect.
Performers and audience members at the Indigenous Peoples’ Day celebration pose for a photo in Harvard Yard on Monday.
Devynne F. Fuga performs a Polynesian dance for the Indigenous Peoples’ Day celebration in Harvard Yard on Monday.
The Undergraduate Council gathers for its general meeting in Harvard Hall on Monday evening.
As the University took an official holiday on Monday for Columbus Day, Harvard affiliates and local residents gathered in Harvard Yard to celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day.
“We really wanted to have an on-campus, open party where everyone felt they could own that space and see all of their friends,” said Madeline C. Hung ’16, one of the event’s student coordinators.
Beginning last spring, Signet members began questioning the ability of a nomination process to properly represent the Harvard arts community.
Interns with the Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations questioned whether South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley deserved recognition for advancing racial justice.
Some graduate students voiced concerns about a lack of information surrounding the unionization effort on Wednesday at an unusually crowded Graduate Student Council meeting.
The College will host a series of student-run town halls for identity-based groups about how sexual assault affects different students.