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College

Group Plans First Sex Week on Campus

With side servings of erotic cupcakes, student organization Sexual Health Education & Advocacy throughout Harvard College (SHEATH) will coordinate the first annual Sex Week at Harvard College. The event, which will take place the week of March 25, 2012, will provide an opportunity for campus discussions on sex and sexuality.

City Politics

Candidate Profile: E. Denise Simmons

“Green collar” jobs, forums for students, celebrations of diversity from Haiti to Ireland—all on a frugal budget. These are the ongoing projects of Councilor E. Denise Simmons, who will be running for her sixth term on the Cambridge City Council this month.

Politics

HPR Publication Examines National Budget

Last week, the Harvard Political Review released its Annual Report of the United States of America (ARUSA), a collection of articles seeking to provide a transparent view of the state of the federal budget.

Science

Researchers Merge Art and Science

Researchers at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics are turning their attention to something even the most advanced telescopes can’t detect: the art in their science.

Harvard Law School

Harvard Law School Hosts 'Conference on the Constitutional Convention'

Approximately 400 politicians, activists, and citizens from across the political spectrum convened this weekend at Harvard Law School to discuss the contentious possibility of holding a second constitutional convention.