Students light candles at a vigil in December to remember the 25 million lives lost to the AIDS epidemic.
Last Monday, Devon Ray Williams released his first hip-hop album, "High Time."
Assistant Professor of History and Literature Lisa Brooks speaks to students Wednesday night about her use of writing as a tool of social reconstruction and land reclamation in the Native networks of the northeast.
Harvard groups including Harvard AIDS Coalition, HASA, SAA, BSA, and AAA, along with students and community members from the Boston area, come together for an intercollegiate rally for World AIDS Day 2010 in Boston Commons.
Rally goers listen to speeches, spoken word, and musical performances to commemorate the lives lost to the AIDS epidemic.
Rumbidzai Mushavi '12, member of the Harvard African Students Association, recounts of her personal experience with AIDS victims to the rally crowd.
Leaders organize the rally goers before their march to Senator John Kerry and Senator Scott Brown's offices to make a call to action to save the lives of the 33 million people currently living with HIV.
Students come together to carry out the charge to "Act Aware", the theme for World AIDS Day 2010.
Students light candles for a vigil to remember the 25 million lives lost to the AIDS epidemic.
Jack A. Goldstone, Virginia E. and John T. Hazel Professor of Public Policy at George Mason University, speaks yesterday at Harvard Kennedy School's Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation. Goldstone's lecture, "Immigration and Democracy, from Know-Nothings to Koran Burning," is part of the Democracy Seminar Series.
Freshmen and sophomores rush to complete pre-term planning before yesterday's midnight deadline.