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How Do We Get Out?
Crime

How Do We Get Out?

Harvard University Professor Bruce Western speaks on mass incarceration in the U.S. during the second panel of the day entitled "How Do We Get Out?"

Graham Allison
On Campus

Graham Allison

Graham Allison, Director of the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs and Professor of Government at the Kennedy School, speaks about his newest book, "Lee Kuan Yew" at the Cambridge Forum on Wednesday evening. The book is focused on Lee, founding father of Modern Singapore, and his views on a globalized China.

Harvard in the City

Today in Photos (10/03/13)

Around Town

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Nicole Mulugheta '16 believes Harvard's campus is mostly preppy, with a mix of bohemian, casual, and urban.

Around Town

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Nicole E. Baker Greene '16: casual chic clean-cut.

Advocating Divestment
Events

Advocating Divestment

Bill E. McKibben ’82, environmentalist and author of “The End of Nature,” conducts a lecture on climate change and fossil fuel divestment at Sanders Theatre on Tuesday afternoon.

Fifteen Hottest

Year in Photos - Fifteen Minutes

On Campus

Year in Photos - Campus Life

Arts

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Matt Damon ‘88-’92 speaks after receiving the 2013 Harvard Arts Medal at Arts First in Sanders Theater on April 25.

College

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A member of the Pan-African Dance and Music ensemble breaks out into a smile during the afternoon show of Cultural Rhythms on February 23.

College

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Nico Maffey ’13 performs during Eleganza on April 20. The annual charity fashion event drew a packed crowd to its new location at Gordon Indoor Track.

Field Hockey

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The Harvard field hockey team finished its eighth-straight losing season this year, though things appear to be going in the right direction now that first-year coach Tjerk van Herwaarden is at the helm.

Dance

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Alex Cherenfant Jr. ’13 delivers stylish, James Bond-inspired moves at Eleganza, Harvard’s largest charity fashion event, on April 21 at the Gordon Indoor Track.

Women's Ice Hockey

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Senior forward Jillian Dempsey led the Crimson with 24 goals, eight more than any other player on the team. She was the third-highest scorer in the ECAC and was named first-team All-Ivy and All-ECAC.

On Campus

Year in Photos - Breaking News

django unchained scene
Visual Arts

Script Doctors

Harvard vs. Yale
Yale

Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven

Books
Academics

Freshman Survey Part III: Inside the Classroom and Out

Acceptance Letters
College

Freshman Survey Part II: The Gilded Envelope