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Reischauer Institute
On Campus

Today in Photos: 09/19/12

On Campus

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DJ Shiftee aka Samuel Morris Zornow ‘08, a two time DMC World DJ Finals Champion, returned to campus to give instruction on electronic DJing.

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DJ Shiftee aka Samuel Morris Zornow ‘08, instructor at Dubspot's electronic music school going over DJ fundamentals featuring the Traktor Pro software suite.

Its all in the wrists
On Campus

Its all in the wrists

DJ Shiftee aka Samuel Morris Zornow ‘08 and Daniel Freeman (’97) returned to campus to give instruction on electronic music and DJ fundamentals in the Science Center.

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DJ Shiftee aka Samuel Morris Zornow ‘08 and Daniel Freeman (’97), instructors at New York's Dubspot, return to campus to give an introduction to electronic music and DJ fundamentals in the Science Center.

Vocoder - Churchill's choice synth
On Campus

Today in Photos, 5/4/12

Vocoder - Churchill's choice synth
On Campus

Vocoder - Churchill's choice synth

Daniel Freeman (’97) goes into the history of the vocoder during his instruction on electronic music at the Science Center today

The Born This Way Foundation's YouMedia Bus
College

The Born This Way Foundation's YouMedia Bus

Melissa Favazza traveled from Salem to participate in the YouMedia bus. She is speaking with one of the volunteers that can be found outside the Science Center

College

Today in Photos (03/01/2012)

$100K President's Challenge
On Campus

$100K President's Challenge

GSE doctoral candidate Karl R. Wendt (left) presents some of his ideas with participants at the kickoff mixer of the President's Challenge.

On Campus

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During the break out portion of the mixer, third year GSE student Luke P. Shors (left) brainstorms with first year HMS students Aiden Feng(center) and Hisham N. Yousif (right).

New Quincy Overflow Housing
Today in Photos

Today in Photos (02/23/2012)

On love and robots
Books

On love and robots

Kiril Sinkel of the Philosphy Cafe, a monthly open discourse at The Harvard Book Store, discusses this week's topic-- Love and Robots.

Droid love
Books

Droid love

Love and Robots was the topic today at the Harvard Book Store where the Philosophy Cafe holds a monthly discussion open to the local Cambridge community.

"Bully" Film at the Ed School
Student Life

Today in Photos, 02/15/12

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads