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Jonathan P. Levine

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Chabad's Absolut Purim Party
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Chabad's Absolut Purim Party

Jacob Khoubian '10 enjoys Harvard Chabad House's Absolut Purim party. A live band played traditional music while guests ate hamantashen and dressed in costume.

On Campus

Today in Photos (3/01/2010)

Quincy

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Quincy House Administrator Larry Peterson cuts a birthday cake for Josiah Quincy during Quincy House's community dinner yesterday.

Leadership in the Business World: A Discussion with John Clarkeson
On Campus

Today in Photos (2/5/10)

Quincy

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Quincy House Co-Master Deb Gehrke cuts a birthday cake yesterday during Quincy House’s celebration.

The Bookstore Express
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The Bookstore Express

Writer Steve Almond reads from his new collection, This Won't Take But a Minute, Honey, at the Harvard Bookstore yesterday. The book is being printed on demand on the store's espresso book machine. Because the book has multiple covers and it is being printed on demand, Almond takes a show of hands from audience members to see how many book with each cover to print.

red cross blood drive
Crime

Photos of the Day (12/03/2009)

Hybrids
On Campus

Hybrids

A Prius hybrid parked on Mt. Auburn St.

College

Photos of the Week (11/2-8/2009)

Harvard in the City

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Aimee Teegarden, who plays Julie Taylor on Friday Night Lights, shot a scene in Harvard Square on Saturday night. The pit was illuminated by spotlights on cranes and cordoned off by police officers and the movie crew.

Foner's Third Massey Lecture
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Foner's Third Massey Lecture

Eric Foner, professor of History at Columbia University, gives the third lecture in his series of Massey Lectures on emancipation and its consequences yesterday in Sever Hall.

EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION
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EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION

Eric Foner, professor of History at Columbia University, gives the third lecture in his series of Massey Lectures on emancipation and its consequences yesterday in Sever Hall.

ARE WE HUMAN, OR...?
Events

Today in Photos (November 5, 2009)

Philosophy Café
On Campus

Philosophy Café

An ideologically diverse crowd debated the philosophical origins of economic rights on Wednesday night at the Harvard Book Store. The discussion was led by Tom Clark, the director of the Center for Naturalism.

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
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Playing With The Rules

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Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads