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IOP WATCH PARTY
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IOP WATCH PARTY

The spectators at the Kennedy School's IOP election watch party danced to "Party in the USA" after CNN released their projection that Obama had won the Presidential election.

IOP WATCH PARTY
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IOP WATCH PARTY

Enthusiasm of the Obama supporters at the IOP watch party increases as Obama wins in more and more states.

IOP WATCH PARTY
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IOP WATCH PARTY

The enthusiasm of the spectators at Kennedy School's IOP watch party increases as the Presidential Elections' results draw to a close.

Election Gratitude
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Today in Photos (11/07/2012)

Students React to the Presidential Election
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Students React to the Presidential Election

Harvard Speaks: Laura D'Asaro '13
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Harvard Speaks: Laura D'Asaro '13

Laura D'Asaro'13 talks about how her pursuit of the Different has shaped her life and how she views it as a tool to make the world a better place. Her speech was part of the event Harvard Speaks at which students gave short speeches about the issues they are passionate about.

Harvard Speaks: Sarah Erwin '13
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Harvard Speaks: Sarah Erwin '13

Sarah Erwin'13 talks about how her experience with Seeds of Peace, a peace building youth organisation, was transformative and taught her to look at the world in an unbiased way. Her speech was part of the event Harvard Speaks at which students gave short speeches about the issues they are passionate about.

Drag Night
On Campus

Today in Photos: 11/02/12

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Elaine Kamarck, a founder of the New Democrat movement that helped elect Bill Clinton in 1992 and Al Gore’s right hand in 2000, talks about the role the economy played in those two campaigns and the role it is playing in the 2012 elections.

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Elaine Kamarck, a founder of the New Democrat movement that helped elect Bill Clinton in 1992 and Al Gore’s right hand in 2000, talks about the role the economy played in those two campaigns and the role it is playing in the 2012 elections.

Books

Today in Photos (10/24/2012)

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Annawon Weeden, a member of the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe (Massachusetts), is teaching the kids and adults how to make action figures out of corn husk. The event took place at the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology.

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Annawon Weeden, a member of the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe (Massachusetts), teaching the kids how to tie knots, a common practice among the tribe during the Spring season.

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Wampanoag Dance, Song, and Stories took place in the Peabody Museum, where the families were exposed to the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe's culture.

Visual Arts

This Week in Arts (09/18)

Senior survey header
Front Feature

Class of 2015, By the Numbers

Wedding Bells
Seniors

Wedding Bells 2015

On Campus

The Geography of Harvard Athletics

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Features

Among Harvard’s Faculty, ‘Women Are Still Pioneers’