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Two Reasons to Love Wisconsin
On Campus

Two Reasons to Love Wisconsin

Leinenkugel beer, brewed in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, and cheddar cheese-- favorites of the Wisconsin club president Fernando R. Espino '15.

A Taste of Wisconsin
Student Groups

A Taste of Wisconsin

Fernando R. Espino '15, president of the Wisconsin club, discusses Wisconsin traditions and Packer pride over Leinenkugel-brewed beer and cheddar cheese.

Lowell Bells
On Campus

Lowell Bells

Members of the Lowell House Society of Russian Bell Ringers ring the bells on Sunday afternoon.

Belltower View
On Campus

Belltower View

Harry W. Hild '16 of the Lowell House Society of Russian Bell Ringers looks at the view of Cambridge from the belltower.

Student Life

October Horoscopes

Always keenly attuned to the spiritual needs of our readers, Fifteen Minutes gazed skyward this week to assess the future. The best way to consult the oracles, we have learned, is by lounging on divans with sweet Ganymede, Zeus’s cupbearer, at our elbows.

Music

Can You Ring My Bell?

“Basically we want to teach you. We want to show you the ropes,” says Dylan F. Perese ’17. The ropes Perese refers to are actually cables: heavy-duty ones with the strength to suspend the 25-tons-worth of bells that he and the other members of The Lowell House Society of Russian Bell Ringers play every Sunday.

On Campus

Who Said It: Isis or ISIS

Everybody’s been talking about the similarities between the Isis Club and the militant group, ISIS. To ensure our readership is informed and capable of discerning the difference, we present a difficult, though informative, quiz. Choose which group provided the following quotes.

Student Groups

Quiz the Quizmaster: A Battle of Wits

Raynor J. Kuang ’17 knows more than you.

Arrested Divestment
Scrutiny

Arrested Divestment

Divest Harvard’s recent escalation is the outgrowth of a sense of frustration at a University president and Corporation, that to them, are too secretive, too dismissive, and too unresponsive to their fervent calls.

Divest Harvard Assembles
Scrutiny

Divest Harvard Assembles

Students assemble outside Massachusetts Hall to call for Harvard to divest from investments in fossil fuels in April 2013.

Gen Ed Town Hall
On Campus

Gen Ed Town Hall

Members of the Harvard community gather in the Eliot JCR Tuesday evening for the first Gen Ed Town Hall Meeting.

Solidarity
On Campus

Solidarity

Heather L. Pickerell '15, a Crimson editor, answers questions from WCVB news on Wednesday in the Science Center Plaza. Pickerell organized a gathering of Harvard students in solidarity with the current pro-democracy and pro-freedom movement of speech advocates in Hong Kong.

Support
On Campus

Support

Dora, a former Harvard Summer School Student, shows support for Hong Kong freedom advocates that have experienced violence and repression in the past week. The group of students passed out yellow ribbons and braved the rain on Wednesday in the Science Center Plaza.

Boston Strong for Hong Kong
On Campus

Boston Strong for Hong Kong

Jared Fries, a Harvard Graduate School of Education student, advocates for peace in Hong Kong on Wednesday. Fries was one of many students who gathered in the Science Center Plaza to show their support for the ongoing freedom movement.

Protest for Palestine
On Campus

Protest for Palestine

The Palestine Solidarity Committee raises awareness about the loss of Palestinian lives in Gaza on Monday in the Science Center Plaza.

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art

Boxes
Columns

ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining
Columns

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

Reshuffling the Caseload
College

Unloading the Ad Board