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Students staying on campus during Thanksgiving break celebrate over dinner in Dunster House on Thursday evening.
Following a now national trend, a new controversial Facebook page called “White Student Union Harvard” surfaced on the social media platform, prompting both student criticism and a University investigation.
As many Harvard students who made the pilgrimage to New Haven last weekend can attest, shuttles provided by Harvard Student Agencies were the glue that connected our campuses in fierce school spirit.
Garrett M. Lam ’16 couldn’t contain his infectious grin as he recalled his Guinness World Record, longest time to balance on a Swiss ball, which he set in September to raise awareness for effective altruism.
Joshua Blecher-Cohen '16, a Classics and Philosophy joint concentrator, studies in the Adams House Library.
Professor James Simpson, Chair of the English Department, sits in front of a full wall of books in his office in the Barker Center.
Douglas Maggs '17, who concentrates in Classics and History, listens to a translation in his Latin class on Wednesday morning.
Paavali Jumppanen, an internationally renowned pianist, performs Claude Debussy’s 12 Preludes, Book I on Monday as part of the “Mather Music” concert series.
Christie McDonald, a Mather House master, introduces pianist Paavali Jumppanen as part of the “Mather Music” concert series.
Students take turns reading during a John Milton reading marathon of "Paradise Lost" at the Barker Center Café on Monday night.
The College lifestyle is not designed for young children, but at Harvard, proctor and tutor children are exposed to a wide diversity of people and experiences, and in turn, influence the daily lives of residential undergraduates.
The graduate board of the Fox Club, one of Harvard’s historically male final clubs, shut down the organization’s house just weeks after undergraduate leaders added women to their membership and a day after a party there prompted controversy among alumni.
Some students feel underprepared to study certain fields—especially those in the humanities—because they were not exposed to them in high school or lacked the resources to explore them on their own.