Students gather in the Women’s Center last night for burritos, guacamole, and an informal conversation with Susan Stryker, transgender historian and a women, gender, and sexuality visiting professor.
Students picked up complimentary protection and information during the panel discussion “Sex 101 - Everything You Wanted to Know About Sex but Were Too Afraid to Ask,” last night in Ticknor Lounge.
Armed with laptops and cell phones, students crowd into the Coolidge Room of Adams House to phonebank for Presidential nominee Barack Obama and Democratic candidates in other races.
The Food Literacy Project sponsored a screening of “Asparagus!: Stalking the American Life,” which focused on Oceana County, Michigan—the one-time, self-proclaimed “asparagus capital of the world”—in Ticknor Lounge yesterday.
Four current and former IOP fellows discuss the low representation of women in government and the challenges facing women seeking office yesterday evening in Sever Hall.
Officials from the Federal Communications Commission listen as legal scholars and technology executives testify on coprorate control of Internet bandwidth and access in a hearing yesterday at Harvard Law School.
The Chinese New Year Banquet sponsored by the Harvard-Radcliffe Chinese Student Association in Leverett Dining Hall on Saturday night featured a 15-course meal and a lion dance performance by the Wong Keung Academy.