Students sample foods from many different religious traditions at The Harvard Interfaith Council holiday event in Ticknor Lounge last night.
A firedancer performs at the “Dare to Wear” Celebrity Fashion Show in Harvard Square yesterday.
A wide array of spectators packed into the John F. Kennnedy Jr. Forum at the Institute of Politics yesterday to listen to a panel presentation on women’s health. See story, page A4.
A packed and slightly moist crowd gathered in Tercentenary Theatre to sample sustainable treats such as apple crisp, and to listen to Nobel Peace Prize winner Al Gore ’69 advocate for drastic action on climate change.
Former Vice President Al Gore ’69 gave an impassioned speech on climate change and Harvard’s responsibility in Tercentenary Theatre yesterday.
According to a government document, the city of Cambridge took possession of the A.D. Club after it fell short of paying over $41,000 in taxes.
Students sample a variety of internship, volunteer, and study abroad opportunities at the annual International Experience Fair in front of the Science Center yesterday afternoon.
Watch out: after a summer abroad, Charles J. Wells '10 will not put up with your stupid telephone calls anymore.
Nicole J. Bass ’09 leads a tour on war and race in 19th century America at yesterday’s Night at the Sackler Museum.
No Crimson Cash required
One and all allowed entry into Upper Crust Pizzeria
Market in the Square is suited to be a late night hotspot for treats that don't clog collegiate arteries