Protestors rush out of Syntagma Square as Greek police fire a new round of tear gas to disperse the crowd in front of Parliament, where jeers and chants of "Thieves! Thieves! Thieves" could be heard as legislators entered the building.
On Wednesday, June 15, Greek union leaders called for a 24-hour general strike, shuttering schools, government offices, and private businesses across the country. Protesters held signs reading "Strike Until Victory" as they paraded down blockaded streets.
A member of the Radcliffe Union of Students sports buttons to convey the group’s message during a rally on Feb. 27 2011. RUS is also known for their popular “This Is What a Feminist Looks Like” Facebook campaign.
Harvard's President Drew Gilpin Faust takes a tour through the "Tangible Things" exhibit in the Science Center. The collection of two-hundred artifacts, a product of the class, "Tangible Things: Harvard Collections in World History" will be on display until May 29.
Tomo Lazovich '11 works to identify and filter atmospheric particles known as muons. Lazovich is part of a Harvard particle physics group involved with the ATLAS experiment at the European Organization for Nuclear Research's Large Hadron Collider.
Dan Beaudry, author of The International Student's Guide to Finding a Job in the U.S., hosts a workshop at the Office of Career Services to help international students find employment in America.Dan Beaudry, author of The International Student's Guide to Finding a Job in the U.S., hosts a workshop at the Office of Career Services aimed at boosting international students' chances to obtain jobs in America.
Sharon E. Burke, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Operation Energy Plans and Programs in the U.S. Department of Defense, discusses the current role and future of energy needs in warfare in her lecture "Energy for the War Fighter," part of the Future of Energy speaker series.