Beth Drucker

Lamont Protest
Lamont

Lamont Protest

Protesters gather outside Lamont in an effort to prevent workers from being laid off, chanting "They say cut back, we say fight back," and "We are the 99%," among other slogans.

Berry-ing the Past
Women's Basketball

Today in Photos (02/16/12)

IOP Forum: Countdown Iran
IOP

IOP Forum: Countdown Iran

Stephen Walt, Nazila Fathi, Charles Freilich, Steven E. Miller, David Sanger discuss the looming Iranian nuclear threat and potential responses to it.

"Bully" Film at the Ed School
Student Life

Today in Photos, 02/15/12

Japan

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Panelists Dr. Robert Alan Feldman, Professor Michael R. Reich, and Professor Theodore C. Bestor are joined by moderator Professor Susan Pharr as they listen to an audience member’s question during “Rebuilding Japan” on Tuesday in the Center for European Studies.

On Campus

Today in Photos (09/14/11)

Op-Eds

Reclaiming Goldstone’s Missed Opportunity

Goldstone’s retraction allows us to reclaim the missed opportunity of his mandate, and ask the hard questions about appropriate wartime conduct that have so far been sidestepped in favor of political posturing.

IOP

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General Raymond T. Odierno speaks about the United States' military, its relationship with countries overseas, the role of technology in the army, and other aspects of the military at the IOP yesterday.

Internship Opportunities
Student Groups

Internship Opportunities

Namrata Baral and Mariam Melikadze, President and Vice President of External Relations of Harvard College AIESEC, discuss international internship opportunities available through AIESEC yesterday at OCS.

Dr. Marisa Silveri talks about binge drinking.
College

Today in Photos (03/10/11)

Books

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Israeli author Meir Shalev, whose book titled "Beginnings: Reflections on the Bible's Intriguing Firsts" was released on March 1, discusses Biblical love and its comical aspects yesterday.

MTA Chairman
College

MTA Chairman

Jay H. Walder, Chairman and CEO, New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) and Harvard Kennedy School MPP ‘83 speaks on the cost-cutting measures taken by the MTA in recent months.

Cambridge Forum
College

Today in Photos (03/03/11)

Edward Glaeser
Books

Edward Glaeser

Economics professor Edward Glaeser discusses his new book, "Triumph of the City," at the Harvard Book Store last night.

Egypt - The Power of People
College

Today in Photos (02/17/11)

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