Students watch Miss Representation, a 2011 documentary Jennifer Siebel Newsom and featuring Margaret Cho and Katie Couric, at an event sponsored by the Harvard Kennedy School's Women and Public Policy initiative.
At a panel discussion entitled “Are Law Schools in Crisis?” Harvard Law School Assistant Professor of Law I. Glenn Cohen predicted that America’s law schools will decrease in numbers in the coming years.
White House Executive Pastry Chef Bill Yosses passed out fast-dissolving breath strips labelled with flavors like “Regret” and “Mommy” at his Monday lecture, “Lip Smackin’ Science: Crystals, Emulsions, Foams, and Pink Vanilla Cupcakes.”
Can a hundred bucks turn your Dunster walk-through into an Ibiza-worthy nightclub? If you're up for the challenge, check out The Party Fund, an NYC-based company that offers 10 weekly grants of $100 to college students who complete simple promotion tasks for their sponsors.
Friday night will see the release of “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn,” the fourth installment in Bella Swan’s gripping autobiography. Here are her tips for snagging that perfect, pale somebody.
It’s the mother of insults, one might say. But what is it about the combination of these words that gives them such power? Is it the commanding assonance—mu-ther fu-cker—that lends such clout to the expletive, or is it indeed the accusation that the object of the insult is a fucker of mothers? And not just any mother: within most contexts, the term refers to one’s own female parent.
A student speaks to a representative at the Harvard Office of Career Services' Global Health Fair on Tuesday. The Fair, which is in its fifth year, welcomed students interested in volunteering, interning, or finding post-graduate jobs in global health fields from advocacy to consulting.
A representative from Partners in Health speaks to students at the 5th annual Global Health Fair. The fair, which was held at the Office of Career Services on Thursday, also featured representatives from the Peace Corps, Plan International USA, the Harvard School of Public Health and other health-related organizations and businesses.
Attendees gather as Allan M. Brandt, Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and Amalie Moses Kass Professor of the History of Medicine, welcomes them to the Dudley House 20th Anniversary Gala on Thursday night.
The photo booth set up on the "green carpet" allowed Gala attendees to take home Dudley-themed souvenir photos.
A group of graduate students pose for a souvenir photo at Dudley House's 20th Anniversary Gala on Thursday night. The gala also featured a Dudley House-themed candy bar and "Dudley Daiquris."