A little-known occupant of the Adams House basement, this manual printing press is available to students and faculty alike on Thursday evenings during Open Press Nights.
Despite recent protests about his new policy to privatize education, the Chilean President H.E. Sebastián Piñera delivered an optimistic speech about the future of Chile's education system. In addition, he spoke of the Chilean economy, its international initiatives, and his times as a Harvard graduate student studying Economics.
Chilean President H.E. Sebastián Piñera awaits the question of Francisco Maneses, a Chilean graduate student at Harvard. President Piñera is a graduate of Harvard himself, having received a M.A. and Ph.D. in Economics.
Robert K. Nishihara '13 and Yiren Lu '13 take advantage of the last glimmer of summer and enjoy the slip n' slide at Cape Crimson, this year's student welcome event.
These red snappers lie in a 2.5-foot by 10-foot vat of ice, waiting for frugal shoppers to purchase them.
By sunset when the market closes, most of these fruits will be gone. The rest will be haggled off at a lower price than they were originally sold for.
A child sits in a shopping basket and looks on while her caretaker barters with the shopkeeper.
Grapes sell for half as much as the wholesale price at this stand.
This street vendor’s wares include an interesting mixture of bags of bell peppers, nuts, and Middle Eastern candies.
A child cries as his caretaker shops for vegetables among the stands at Haymarket.
The stands of Haymarket push right up to surrounding Middle Eastern shops and fisheries, creating a loud, crowded, and lively environment.