Senior June Tiong defeated Trinity’s Wee Nee Low in three sets last night. Tiong, who is 8-1 in individual play, has played a big role in the success of the top-ranked Harvard women’s squash team. With the win over the Bantams, the Crimson cruised to 9-0 and put their winning streak to 21.
Bashir Bashir, adjunct lecturer at the Department of Political Science at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and Leila Farsakh, Associate Professor of Science at the University of Massachusetts, Boston speak at the Kennedy School of Government about alternatives to the partitioning of land between Israel and Palestine. Bashir and Farsakh focused on the proposal of "bi-nationalism" as an alternative that would secure national and individual rights.