Nathalie R. Miraval
Leslie J. Montes '15 takes notes at the "Latinx Townhall Meeting," which took place on Thursday March 7. Concilio Latino organized the forum so that students could raise issues pressing the Latino community.
The Galeria building houses Staples, Yogurtland, and Shake Shack. Developers explained their poteltial plans to expand the buidling, adding three stories of residential living units on top of the existing levels, on Thursday March 7.
Two College working groups have made recommendations for the future of the Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center, among them that the space include food options and meeting spaces.
Dorothy Villarreal discusses the purpose of the "LatinX" town hall meeting on Thursday, March 6. Students gathered in Ticknor Lounge to raise concerns pressing the Latino community.
John Donovan, a correspondent to ABC News, asks panelists in a Harvard Law School debate whether affirmative action on campus does more harm than good. The event took place at Austin Hall on Thursday, Feb. 27.
Randall L. Kennedy, professor of law at Harvard Law School speaks of the benefits of affirmative action on campuses on Thursday Feb. 27.
Gail Harriot, a professor of law at the University of San Diego, and Richard H. Sander '78, a professor of law at University of California in Los Angeles School of Law, say that affirmative action does more harm than good on university campuses.
Undergraduate Council President Gus A. Mayopoulos '15 speaks to a crowd of students in front of Massachusetts Hall on Thursday, Feb. 20. Mayopoulos called the rally in support of a UC initiative to gain additional funding.
Undergraduate Council President Gus A. Mayopoulos '15 purposefully poses for photographers. Mayopoulos urged students to rally in support of the UC in its endeavors to gain additional funding.
Undergraduate Council Vice President Sietse K. Goffard '15 throws toilet paper to a crowd of students during an organized rally to ask the university for increased funding.