Junior Julia Kidder will co-captain the '06 team, which Allard has called one of the best she's ever coached.
Jesse Gordon is in the running to become Cambridge City Councillors in Tuesday’s election. He will face all nine incumbents through Cambridge’s idiosyncratic voting system.
The 15th Annual Ig Nobel Awards breathed laughter into Sanders Theater last night, just days after the real Nobel Prizes were awarded.
Former Secretary of Commerce Peter G. Peterson speaking about deficits in his Malcolm Wiener Lecture yesterday at the Kennedy School of Government.
Nassira D. Nicola ‘05, left, and Michael A. Feldstein ‘07 sing a song from Les Miserables at the Open Mic kickoff for Gaypril yesterday in Boylston Hall. Gaypril is a month-long program aimed at raising awareness of BGLT issues.
Israeli Deputy Prime Minister Silvan Shalom speaks yesterday at the Kennedy School of Government.
IOP Director Phil Sharp, left, moderates a panel discussion, “Redistricting: Impact on Democracy,” about voter representation and redistricting across the nation with Iowa’s Secretary of State Chet Culver and Boskey Professor of Law Lani Guinier.
Taha Abdul-Basser ’96 speaks last night in Yenching Auditorium on the common threads of Islamic and African-American culture.
Students enjoy fondue at the Center for European Studies, following yesterday’s career panel in the Garden Room. Guest speakers included Harvard alumni who spoke of their experiences studying in Europe.
The Harvard College Democrats held their Campaign 2004 kickoff event in the Lowell House Senior Common Room last night.
Katherine S. Newman, professor at the Kennedy School of Government, speaks on her study “Rampage: The Social Roots of School Shootings” in the Mather Senior Common Room last night.