Alex S. Jones, left, and Thomas E. Patterson present the Goldsmith Book Prize awards to Kevin Arceneaux and Jaron Lanier for their books on partisan media and the effect of technology on society, respectively.
Thomas E. Patterson presents a Goldsmith Book Prize award to Kevin Arceneaux for his book 'Changing minds or Changing Channels? Partisan News in an Age of Choice', which reflects on partisan media and its impact on politics.
Protesters gather in front of the Charles Hotel Wednesday, March 5, to call on the U.S. to take a more aggressive stance against the Russian presence in the Crimean region. President Obama arrived in Cambridge during the afternoon to raise money for the Democratic National Committee.
Police offers line up in front of the Charles Hotel as President Obama attends a fundraiser.
Thomas E. Patterson presents a Goldsmith Book Prize award to Jaron Lanier for his book "Who Owns the Future?", which talks about how technology can be both helpful and destructive.
UC Treasurer Meghamsh Kanuparthy '16, left, Vice-President Sietse K. Goffard, center, and President Gus A. Mayopoulos, right, discuss the Council's work in the past week and introduce new legislation.
Students stage a moment of silence in front of Memorial Church on the anniversary of the death of Trayvon Martin.
Members of the Harvard University band perform at the opening of the new ceramic studio in Allston.
Jack Megan, the director of the Office for the Arts at Harvard, provides the introductory speech for the opening of the new ceramic studio.
University President Drew G. Faust cuts the ribbon to inaugurate the opening of the new ceramics studio in Allston. The new studio building is part of the Allston redevelopment plan that has been approved last October.
University President Drew G. Faust gives a speech about the importance of the arts at the opening of the new ceramics studio in Allston.
Sophomore forward Brian Hart, pictured in earlier action, contributed a power-play goal against Yale, but it was not enough as Harvard fell, 5-2.