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Environmental activist group Divest Harvard ended its six-day blockade of Massachusetts Hall on Friday after protesters delivered a petition demanding that Harvard divest its $35.9 billion endowment from fossil fuels to Loeb House, an administrative building.
Students activists from different schools gather near the John Harvard statue during an open forum. The event took place Wednesday afternoon as part of Divest Harvard's "Harvard Heat Week."
Divest protestors line up around University Hall on Thursday afternoon as part of Harvard Heat Week.
After covering the John Harvard statue with emblems of fossil fuel companies, Divest protesters line up around University Hall to urge Harvard to divest.
Harvard has not yet fully staffed the centralized office that is in charge of investigating reports of sexual harassment, more than nine months after administrators announced its creation.
For many of Harvard's athletes of faith, religion is a strong component of their identity both on and off the field. However, balancing that identity with the demands of a varsity sport is anything but easy.
A bathroom sink in Massachusetts Hall serves as an anchor for a Divest Harvard banner outside of the building.
Claudia Huang '18, a resident of Massachusetts Hall, watches a Divest Harvard rally from an upper floor of the building. Protesters held a "Faith Day" rally Wednesday morning as part of "Harvard Heat Week."
Chloe S. Maxmin '15 leads a group of Divest Harvard protesters into Emerson Hall in an attempt to confront University President Drew G. Faust, who attended an event in the building.
Harvard University Police reinforce a metal fence outside of Emerson Hall to ensure that University President Drew G. Faust could enter while Divest Harvard protesters attempted to confront her on Wednesday afternoon. The protesters have blockaded Massachusetts Hall since Sunday demanding the University divest from fossil fuels.
Musician Ashford L. King '15 performs for crowds on the Science Center Plaza on Tuesday afternoon. The performance was a part of the Mural Speaks project, aimed at translating a poem into 140 languages.
A group of students responded to the controversial posters parodying Renegade magazine by forming a "collective" to discuss free speech.
Protesters hang a banner from the upper floors of Massachusetts Hall. They held a kickoff rally Monday morning as part of "Harvard Heat Week."
From Friday to Sunday, the conference consisted of socials, panel events, and keynote addresses all focusing around the conference’s theme of “Economic Vibrancy in 21st Century Native Communities.”