Hasty Pudding member David A. Sheynberg '16 jumps into the arms of actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt at the Hasty Pudding Man of the Year celebration Friday evening.
Harvard Law School students participate in a meeting about the change of the Law School’s shield on Thursday afternoon. A student organization called “Royall Must Fall” created last year protests the seal’s alleged association to slavery.
Four Star General and commander of U.S Transportation Command Darren W. McDew speaks at Quincy House on Wednesday afternoon. General McDew spoke about his own career, the future of American defense, and the importance of adaptable leadership.
Graduate students talk at the first meeting of the Graduate Student Council this semester.
In light of a contentious year on college campuses across the nation, a small crowd of a hundred students gathered Tuesday evening to watch four of their peers debate the merits and pitfalls of political correctness and “PC culture.”
A sign hangs over the door of an office in Pforzheimer House designated as a new shared space between the various peer counseling groups on campus. “Quad Talks” will be held Sunday through Thursday evenings and hosted by a different group every night in an effort to grant easier access to peer counseling groups to students housed in the Quad.
Students gather at John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum to watch the results come in for the Iowa caucuses, the first election of the presidential election year. Admission was only given to Harvard student ID holders.
UC President and Vice President Shaiba Rather ‘17 and Danny Banks ‘17 preside over Sunday night’s Undergraduate Council Meeting.
From left: Justin G. Curtis ‘19, Sarah A. Welsh ‘19, and Graham W. Bishai ‘19 phone voters to garner support for presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Sunday evening. With Iowa caucuses set for the following day, students participated in the phone bank throughout the weekend.
As Iowans head to caucus Monday for the first primary of the election cycle, some Harvard College Republicans are apprehensive about the prospect of Republican front-runner and businessman Donald J. Trump leading their party.
The Board of Overseers plans to meet informally with undergraduate students ahead of the body’s next meeting, according to newly elected Undergraduate Council President Shaiba Rather ’17 and Vice President Daniel V. Banks ’17.
Harvard United for Bernie, the student group supporting Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, held a series of four phone banks last week in a push to contact potential voters in Iowa ahead of Monday’s caucus.
A mobile calendar application that last year’s Undergraduate Council leaders lauded and funded, even as some representatives questioned its efficacy, has powered down.
The introduction of a streamlined “Fast Track” party registration pilot program at the start of the semester means Cabot undergraduates can now register parties on shorter notice and with laxer requirements.