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Students circle the holiday tree in the courtyard of Kirkland House on Monday evening. Members of Kirkland’s House Committee set up the tree earlier that afternoon, according to HoCo member Melissa Balding ’17.
Students decorate the dining hall of Kirkland House with wreaths and lights on Monday evening.
Inkwon Jang, center, Taekwondo master and instructor, guides graduate student Dmitry Vinichenko, left, and Thomas R. Lively ’18, right, through a series of exercises at the Malkin Athletic Center on Monday.
Loyal customers were shocked and saddened by the sudden closing on Sunday evening of Yenching restaurant, a Szechuan-style Chinese eatery that has been a staple of Harvard Square for decades.
Facing a group of expectant students in a campus lecture hall on Monday, Harvard Law School Dean Martha L. Minow did her best to mollify students who have called on her to improve campus race relations.
Some students—including a group of Latino undergraduates who issued a list of demands to administrators more than a week ago—have argued that Harvard should change the title, given the implications of the word “master.”
Richard W. Wrangham—who is a Human Evolutionary Biology professor—and Elizabeth Ross became co-masters of Currier in 2008.
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.