The Harvard football team played its annual spring intrasquad game on Saturday at Harvard Stadium. The defense, wearing white jerseys, was first to score thanks to a blocked punt attempt. Sophomore quarterback Colton Chapple led the offense to the come-from-behind win, 14-7.
Antonio Douthit, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater company member, teaches a master class in Horton technique at the Harvard Dance Center.
John McConnell, speechwriter for George W. Bush and Dick Cheney, describes his experiences working in the White House and offers tips for writing a successful speech in a discussion with students at the Institute of Politics yesterday.
At the Harvard Law School, a number of China academics, Chinese dissidents, and NGO directors, discussed the recent spate of abductions and disappearances of rights lawyers.
At a Kennedy School panel, Michael Luongo, acclaimed gay journalist and NYU professor, describes the LGBQT human rights situation in Iraq. Passing as a Lebanese man, he snuck into gay venues that American journalists had never seen before.
Freshmen, using ingredients only available in the dining hall, compete to see who has the most culinary creativity, in Annenberg's Top Chef: competitors had 30 minutes to dish out a main course and a dessert entree.
Brigid Maher discusses the inspiration for her documentary “Veiled Voices,” a look into the public and private roles of women in Islamic culture.
A multidisciplinary panel discussion addresses issues at the intersection of disability and race ranging from education, poverty, housing, economic opportunity, and civil rights.
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